Fiji is an island nation in Melanesia, in the South Pacific Ocean. The estimated population of the country is about 849,000, with a total area of about 7,056 square miles. Labor migration is one of the key forces of socioeconomic development. Migration of skilled people with high levels of human capital leads to a shortage of skilled labor in the home country as well as provides an opportunity to the unemployed youths to be engaged in the labor market hence it helps in the economic growth and development
rise has the potential to submerge land areas. Furthermore, climate change impacts could include increased tropical cyclone activities and coastal erosion. Coral bleaching and ocean acidification due to warming also have the potential to affect tourism, fisheries and agriculture, and the ability of the corals to regenerate. Sovereignty claims over natural resources and territory could increase, as maritime zones shrink due to the ambulatory nature of baselines. The problem of climate change refugees
At the present time, tourism is one of the sectors that provide the largest contribution to the economic development of countries (Kandampully, 2000). One of the fastest growing segments in the tourism industry is city tourism (Paskaleva-Shapira, 2007). And the rapid growth of tourism industry in developing country, including Malaysia in the past three decades has attracted attention from the government, practitioner and researchers, since it’s being identify as one of the National Key Economic Areas
Thailand: According to the Department of State, “Thailand is a source, destination, and transit country for men, women and children subjected to forced labor and sex trafficking. Victims from neighboring countries, such as China, Vietnam, Uzbekistan, and Fiji migrate willingly to Thailand for various reasons, including fleeing conditions of poverty” (TIPR, 2013, p. 358). The countries that people are fleeing from are known for their poor living conditions, which help contribute to their “push” factors.