Miller, T. and Ahluwalia, P. (2013) Editorial. Social Identities, 19 (5). pp. 513-514.
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The International Organization for Migration estimates that global migration increased from 75 million to 150 million people between 1965 and 2000, and the UN says 2% of all people spent 2001 outside their country of birth, more than at any other moment in history. Migration has doubled since the 1970s, and the European Union has seen arrivals from beyond its borders grow by 75% in the last quarter century. Last year, international migrants numbered approximately 214 million, or 3.1% of the global population…
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