Migrating out of Poverty

Exploring the links between migration and poverty through research, capacity building and policy engagement

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Singapore (Indonesia)

Former partner

Asia Research Institute (ARI) 

at the National University of Singapore

The Asia Research Institute (ARI) is a world-leading hub for social science and humanities research on Asia. Over the years, it has played a prominent role in promoting collaboration and knowledge exchange amongst local and international scholars who are leading experts in a variety of disciplines. In the field of migration studies, scholars have actively pursued research on wide-ranging topics including gender, remittances, labour recruitment, transnational care arrangements, and left-behind children’s health and well-being. ARI was a partner of Migrating out of Poverty from 2010 - 2017.

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Role of Migrating Out of Poverty in Southeast Asia

Although migration is frequently promoted as a development strategy by labour-exporting nations such as Indonesia and the Philippines, the links between migration and issues including poverty reduction, health, education, and gender equality remain largely unclear. Migrating out of Poverty seeks to address this gap by providing robust research that aims to improve the lives and well-being of migrants and their communities through a range of policy engagement and capacity building initiatives.

Check out ARI's Migrating out of Poverty blog

Our partner's in Singapore tweet here: @ARI_MOOP

They also have an ARI Video Vimeo page

Regional projects

Financing Migration, Generating Remittances, and the Building of Livelihood Strategies: A Case Study of Indonesian Migrant Women as Domestic Workers in Singapore (April 2012 – Current)

Singapore Country Programme [PDF 510.20KB]

Indonesia Country Programme [PDF 489.22KB]

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