The migratory phenomenon is not new to society. Human beings have been in constant transit for centuries. People go to other countries in search of work, economic opportunities or to reunite with family members. There are also people who emigrate for a better education. Others leave to escape some warlike conflict. They are persecuted, live in areas where terrorism is rife, or human rights are violated at will.
These major movements impact nations. It is important to develop cooperation between nations and to establish a distribution of responsibilities that will allow migration to be managed efficiently. Different stakeholders are working to create a coordinated and humanitarian approach to migration. An orderly and well-managed migration has been the salvation for several nations in terms of labor and population of countries.