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Title:Migrant associations in Ghana: a preliminary review of their roles in migrant integration into host communities and negotiation of labour market conditions
Authors:Bosiakoh, Thomas AntwiISNI
Addopleh, Richard
Year:2015
Periodical:Legon Journal of Sociology (ISSN 0855-6261)
Volume:5
Issue:2
Pages:83-115
Language:English
Geographic term:Ghana
Subjects:immigrants
Nigerians
interest groups
labour relations
Abstract:This article examines the role of migrant associations in migrant integration and the negotiation of labour market conditions in Ghana. Drawing on a survey of literature on migrant associations, the article first examines the history of migration in Ghana and the emergence of migrant associations in the process. References are made to colonial times, but the discussions on migrant associations dwell on two main migration epochs: from independence to the late 1960s, and from 1990 to the present. Different types of migrant associations are discussed with a focus on how the associations help their members integrate into Ghana and also participate in the Ghanaian labour market. Bibliogr., notes, sum. [Journal abstract]
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