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dc.contributor.authorKITIMBO, Adrian
dc.contributor.authorLUCEY, Amanda
dc.contributor.authorMARU, Mehari Taddele
dc.descriptionPublished online: 01 December 2021en
dc.description.abstractThis chapter draws upon existing evidence to explore the interaction between conflict, instability and insecurity; development; and migration, showing that instability or conflict feed negatively on development and hence drive displacement, asylum-seeking and unsafe migration. The chapter also goes beyond these well-documented links to show how migration can contribute to stability and development and thus mitigate the conditions that lead to irregular migration and displacement. It highlights some of the pragmatic peacebuilding initiatives, such as community stabilization, that have proven key within the context of migration and displacement to building and sustaining peace at a local level. It also shows how migrants, through a range of activities, contribute to peacebuilding. They do this by advocating for peace, through mediation, building public service institutions, and supporting their families and communities through remittances.en
dc.publisherInternational Organization for Migrationen
dc.relation.ispartofseriesInternational Organization for Migration Research Reporten
dc.relation.ispartofseriesWorld Migration Reporten
dc.titleWorld migration report 2022 : chapter 6 - peace and security as drivers of stability, development and safe migrationen
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