30 Int'l Migration Rev. vii (1996)

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This volume is the product of a collaborative program of research and
policy review carried out jointly by the Mexican Academy of Human
Rights, the Hemispheric Migration Project at Georgetown University
and two  institutes at York University - the Centre for Research on
Latin America  and the Caribbean  (CERLAC) and the Centre for
Refugee Studies (CRS). The  cooperative effort led to a first meeting
in Mexico City in early 1992 and a larger meeting of researchers and
representatives of human rights NGOs at York University in the fall of
that same year. Most of the papers in this volume were selected from
the larger number of papers presented in draft form and discussed at
the second conference. These select papers were subsequently revised,
edited and supplemented by a few other papers to fill in gaps for this
  When  possible the authors have sought to update their texts to take
into account new  developments  in 1993 and  early 1994. The fast
evolution of migration and refugee flows, policies and related human
rights issues soon goes beyond the most recent analysis. The objective
of the volume, then, is to summarize the broader trends and issues, as
an aid to interpreting current and future developments.
  Many  people have contributed to this volume. All papers were sent
out to peer review before final revisions. I cannot thank individually all
those who assisted, but they know who they are and can be assured of
my  deep appreciation. A few individuals who played central roles in
the institutional collaboration deserve special thanks: Sergio Aguayo


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