In this paper I position the current two approaches that try to explain the in-crease of underage migration in the world. I expose their arguments and some challenges found to each perspective. As a contra argument to the independ-ency notion I propose an intersectional and integral perspective given by the child right base approach as the accurate way in understanding child migration.

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Keywords Migration, Children, Youth, Child Rights Base Approach, Force Migration, Human Rights, Children Rights
Thesis Advisor Cheney, Kristen E.
Persistent URL hdl.handle.net/2105/13197
Series Human Rights, Development and Social Justice (HDS)
Citation
Meza, M.J. (2012, December 14). Puzzling Independency in Child Migration: A Child Rights Approach to Internal Migra-tion in Ghana. Human Rights, Development and Social Justice (HDS). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/2105/13197