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CGC1D1 push and pull factors

definition and examples of push and pull factors as they relate to immigration to Canada
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M Rudkins

on 9 November 2012

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Transcript of CGC1D1 push and pull factors

push and pull factors
why people migrate
migration: the permanent movement of
people from one place to another
international - between countries
internal - between provinces/regions
PUSH FACTORS: why people leave
war
poverty
unemployment
human rights abuses
natural disaster
PULL FACTORS: what makes them choose a country
freedom
security
jobs
education
better living
standard
better future
for children
intervening obstacles:
qualifications
cost
illness
distance
but, sometimes there are
bumps along the road...
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