Migrating out of Poverty RPC

Migrating out of Poverty is a seven-year research programme consortium (RPC) funded by the UK’s Department for International Development. It focuses on the relationship between internal and regional migration and poverty and is located in six regions across Asia, Africa and Europe. The RPC is co-ordinated by the University of Sussex.

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Migrating out of Poverty programme leaflet


Our main goal

The goal of the Migrating out of Poverty RPC is to maximise the poverty reducing and developmental impacts of migration and minimise the costs and risks of migration for poor people.

Although migration does not necessarily lead to such positive outcomes, the Migrating out of Poverty RPC works to produce research which sheds light on the circumstances in which migration can most effectively reduce poverty.

Download our programme leaflet

 

Migrating out of Poverty new programme leaflet
New Programme Leaflet

The Migrating out of Poverty programme has a new leaflet outlining our aims, the kinds of issues we look at and our work on gender in particular.

Download the new leaflet.

 

 

 


Bus prepares to leave Nandom, Ghana for the journey South. Credit: Andrew McConnell/Panos

Migrating out of Poverty RPC Newsletter

To receive newsletters and information, send an email to: rpcnewsletter@sussex.ac.uk

or visit the Internal Migration Eye newsletter page

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DFID funded consortium researching internal+ regional #migration in relation to poverty in Africa+ Asia. Building capacity. Improving policy. Sharing knowledge.

RT @mirpalnet: #Paper via @DIW_Berlin: #LowSkilled Labor #Migration in #Tajikistan: Determinants & Effects on #Expenditure -... fb.me/70ILv5QO0

RT @KwameMcJoseph: "@WorldBank: Migrants send home more than $400B each year. Read how this is fighting #poverty: wrld.bg/G8aJA pic.twitter.com/cI3kLb837U

Fancy an internship in #Africa or#Asia? 6 days left to apply for the @MigrationRPC 2015 Internship Scheme! see ow.ly/EFLU4.

RT @IOM_news: Our team at @IOM_Ghana received 3 Ghanaian minors assisted to return after risking deadly voyage to Tunisia #Migrants ghanaweb.com/GhanaHomePage/…

Paul Clewett looks at the characteristics of migration researchers and asks who's doing the talking on #MigrantsDay ow.ly/Gahil

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