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By Oliver Bakewell

For nearly fifteen years the Millennium Development Goals have helped to shape the global development agenda, setting targets against which global development success has been measured. Migration was not included in the MDGs when they were launched in 2000; in fact the environment only just made it. However, in the last decade there has been growing interest in the links between migration and development – the so called migration-development nexus.

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