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Synonyms for migrant

Synonyms for migrant

one who emigrates

moving from one habitat to another on a seasonal basis

moving from one area to another in search of work

Synonyms for migrant

traveler who moves from one region or country to another

habitually moving from place to place especially in search of seasonal work

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The agency said it will take advantage of its current five-language Information Site of Foreign Worker Rights Defense website, which has the Chinese, English, Indonesian, Vietnamese and Thai versions, by linking the website to the "change employers" data base and by adding a new online inquiry section for migrant workers seeking to change employers.
Libya in recent weeks has witnessed a drastic increase in the numbers of migrants held in detention centers from a usual range of 5,000 to 6,000 to over 15,000, as migrants have been transferred from unofficial detention centers in Sabratha.
Despite the fact that African movement towards Israel is a mixed migration flow stemming from economic motives and the need to escape political persecution, migrants are treated unfairly and subjected to racism and discrimination, said Euro-Med.
But a global alliance of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) said that while Duterte hails the agreement, migrant workers from the Philippines and the regional bloc are 'yet to assess if the final document adequately protects migrant workers' rights or provides redress mechanisms, especially for those in distress.
Migrant Acceptance Index scores decrease with each negative experience -- worry, stress, anger, physical pain, sadness -- that people say they felt the previous day.
Beachgoers in Spain were surprised to see a dinghy full of migrants from Africa appear on the beach Wednesday.
Austrian Foreign Minister, Sebastian Kurz has warned that a fresh wave of migrants, who are unable to use the West Balkan route since it has been closed off and fewer migrants are crossing from Turkey, are increasingly using the dangerous Mediterranean route and risking their lives, reports Sputnik.
It portrays the migrant as a deliberate lawbreaker who is complicit in undermining the rule of law.
The lawless site, which migrants refer to as "the Jungle," had become a symbol of Europe's migrant crisis and a source of shame for France.
According to the official, who also attends EU parliament representing the Turkey government to discuss migrant issues, change in attitude towards migrants, especially from Arab countries, in European and western countries, is the need of the hour to address the issue.
The study, which was released Thursday, said migrant workers account for 150.
Today's observance marks the adoption 25 years ago in 1990 of the United Nations (UN) International Convention on Protection of the Rights of Migrant Workers and Their Families, which established universal norms to promote and protect migrants' rights.
In China, according to the 2000 population census, the total migrant population is 1,320,170,000, while the migrants in China have escalated to 397,000,000 [2].
It is with sadness but also anticipation for what's ahead that we announce that this is the final issue of Migrant Health Newsline.
Cara Wallis, Technomobility in China: Young Migrant Women and Mobile Phones, New York, NY: New York University Press, 2013, 264 pp.