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IASSI-Quarterly
Year : 2023, Volume : 42, Issue : 4
First page : ( 834) Last page : ( 857)
Print ISSN : 0970-9061. Online ISSN : 0974-018X.

Implication of Covid 19 on International Migration: Emerging Scenario in Post-Covid World Order

Karna Rajesh Kumar1, Mahapatra Sushanta Kumar2, Ratha Keshab Chandra3

1Corresponding author, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Government Women’s College, (Affiliated to Rajendra University) Balangir, Odisha, Email: rajeshkarna68@gmail.com

2Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Faculty of Social Sciences, IBS Hyderabad Campus, ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education (IFHE), Deemed University, Hyderabad, Telangana, Email: sushanta.mahapatra@gmail.com

3Assistant Professor, School of Political Science, G.M University, Amruta Vihar, Sambalpur, Odisha, Email: keshab_ratha@gmail.com, respectively

Online Published on 09 February, 2024.

Abstract

The paper trying to understand the connection between the pandemic and migration holds tremendous academic significance. The main objective of this paper is to examine the interlinked relationship between the pandemic and migration by correlating covid-19 with other similar incidents that happened in the past and exploring emerging scenarios of the current pandemic in order to draw a picture of international migration in the post-covid world order. The central question of exploration is; How far this global health security crisis impact state sovereignty and global integration and how it will influence the trends of global migration in days to come? In other words what implications and emerging scenarios are on rise of global migration in the post-covid world order? It is a normative historical analytical, and descriptive article that attempted a comprehensive, critical analysis of international migration and Covid-19 implications on emerging scenarios in the Post-Covid World Order, by using both primary and secondary sources of data. The paper is based on information collected from past scholarly studies on the relationship between the pandemic and migration. The important position of migrants in the social, cultural and economic framework of the globalized world, instead, suggests that only inclusive approaches are instrumental to protecting and promoting everyone’s rights, health and well-being, which can enable communities and societies to act in response more successfully to this disaster and lessen the danger of future ones. Efforts must be continued without any break to inspire governments to be responsible for migrant workers’ suffering because of the pandemic.

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Keywords

Covid 19, International migration, World order, Xenophobia, Health security, Pandemic, Remittance.

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