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The world’s next major crisis

The world’s next major crisis

Migration is the world’s next major crisis – there is an influx of people at the gates, hordes of refugees and migrants are waiting in poor and war torn countries, and our society will be permanently altered by immigrants.

Or so the media would have you believe.

The reality is far less dramatic. In fact, after listening to or reading all the media hype about migration, an analysis of the numbers is … well … an anti-climax. An incredible letdown.

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Welcome to the Meraki Migration Blog
Women, walking with what possesions they can carry, arrive in a steady trickle at an IDP camp erected next to an AMISOM military base near the town of Jowhar, Somalia, on November 12. Heavy rains in Somalia, coupled with recent disputes between clans, has resulted in over four thousand IDPs seeking shelter at an AMISOM military base near the town of Jowhar, with more arriving daily. AU UN IST Photo / Tobin Jones

Welcome to the Meraki Migration Blog

‘Migration’ is generally defined as the process of moving. Moving anything. Geese. Wildebeests. Giraffes. Data. People. Migration can be voluntary, driven by the seasons, or forced. It can be managed, but rarely prevented. In some cases migration is temporary, but in others, it is permanent.

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