Profils de pays

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  • Afrique
    • Burkina Faso
    • Tigray, Ethiopia
  • Asia
    • Birmanie
    • Indonésie
    • Ouzbékistan
    • Tadjikistan
    • Thaïlande
    • Turkménistan
  • moyen-Orient
    • Irak
    • Jordanie
    • Koweït
    • Liban
    • Syrie
    • Terre Sainte
    • Turquie
    • Yémen
  • Amérique centrale
    • Panama
  • Europe
    • Albanie
    • Austrique
    • Belgique
    • Bosnie-Herzégovine
    • Chypre
    • Croatie
    • Espagne
    • Géorgie
    • Grèce
    • Hongrie
    • Malte
    • Portugal
    • République tchèque
    • Russie
    • The Balkan Route
    • Ukraine

Les réponses de l’Eglise aux défis posés par le phénomène migratoire sont élaborées sur la base des situations particulières générées par les différents flux.

La Section Migrants et Réfugiés a demandé à certains experts de dresser des profils de migration pour chaque pays du monde afin de proposer un outil de consultation scientifique simplifié aux Églises locales et aux autres acteurs catholiques engagés dans la pastorale de la mobilité humaine. Des données et des informations sur les migrations internationales et internes, sur le cadre juridique national et sur les principaux acteurs engagés dans le secteur, sont fournies pour chaque Etat.

Veuillez noter qu’il s’agit d’un travail complexe et coûteux, certaines données pourraient inévitablement ne pas être disponibles. Nous vous recommandons de visiter régulièrement cette page pour vérifier les mises à jour.

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  • Afrique
    • Burkina Faso
    • Tigray, Ethiopia
  • Amérique centrale
    • Panama
  • Asia
    • Birmanie
    • Indonésie
    • Ouzbékistan
    • Tadjikistan
    • Thaïlande
    • Turkménistan
  • Europe
    • Albanie
    • Austrique
    • Belgique
    • Bosnie-Herzégovine
    • Chypre
    • Croatie
    • Espagne
    • Géorgie
    • Grèce
    • Hongrie
    • Malte
    • Portugal
    • République tchèque
    • Russie
    • The Balkan Route
    • Ukraine
  • moyen-Orient
    • Irak
    • Jordanie
    • Koweït
    • Liban
    • Syrie
    • Terre Sainte
    • Turquie
    • Yémen

Les réponses de l’Eglise aux défis posés par le phénomène migratoire sont élaborées sur la base des situations particulières générées par les différents flux.

La Section Migrants et Réfugiés a demandé à certains experts de dresser des profils de migration pour chaque pays du monde afin de proposer un outil de consultation scientifique simplifié aux Églises locales et aux autres acteurs catholiques engagés dans la pastorale de la mobilité humaine. Des données et des informations sur les migrations internationales et internes, sur le cadre juridique national et sur les principaux acteurs engagés dans le secteur, sont fournies pour chaque Etat.

Veuillez noter qu’il s’agit d’un travail complexe et coûteux, certaines données pourraient inévitablement ne pas être disponibles. Nous vous recommandons de visiter régulièrement cette page pour vérifier les mises à jour.

République tchèque

Until the end of the past millennium, Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, was pre-eminently an emigration country due to communist oppression, especially following the 1968 invasion by the armies of the Warsaw Pact.

Koweït

Despite its strong workforce, nationalization policies, and the increasing struggle against integration of migrants in Kuwait (which has been underway in recent years), the country’s economy continues to rely heavily on its foreign workforce.

The Balkan Route

The Western Balkan Route is one of the main migratory pathways into Europe. Since mid-2018, transit corridors from Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Serbia, as well as through Albania and Montenegro, via Bosnia and Herzegovina became one of the most travelled mixed migration routes in the Western Balkans, with approximately 70,000 people arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina since early 2018.

Tigray, Ethiopia

Since the violence began in early-November 2020, thousands of refugees have been fleeing ongoing fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region at a rate of 3,000 people per day to seek safety in eastern Sudan.

Tadjikistan

The Republic of Tajikistan is located in the heart of Central Asia and is bordered by Kyrgyzstan to the north, by China to the east, by Afghanistan to the south and by Uzbekistan to the west and north-west. Its land area covers 143,100 km2 and is divided into four provinces, one of which is autonomous.

Portugal

In the mid-1970s, Portugal began receiving high inflows of migrants from the Portuguese-speaking countries in Africa, notably Cape Verde, Angola, Guinea-Bissau, São Tomé and Príncipe and Mozambique.

Burkina Faso

Migration in Burkina Faso has long been a traditional way of life for Burkinabe, with seasonal migration being replaced by years spent abroad.

Espagne

Spain is currently one of the primary destination countries for international migration. The largest groups are from Morocco, China, Ecuador, Colombia and usually arrive by air and sea. Many arrivals are people of working age who take job in primary industries and the service sector.

Terre Sainte

The Holy Land is the location of a more than seven-decade-long situation which has witnessed numerous armed confrontations and political, economic and social pressures that lead to land occupation, exodus, human rights violations and continued instability throughout the region.

Panama

Despite being small in area and population, Panama is a country with considerable migration issues, although data on migration is scanty compared to other countries in the region.

Ouzbékistan

Uzbekistan is a country in Central Asia, a former member of the Soviet Union from which it gained independence in 1991. The country is landlocked, bordering Kazakhstan to the North and West, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the East, and Afghanistan and Turkmenistan to the South.

Turkménistan

Turkmenistan is a presidential republic located in Central Asia with a population of 5,942,089 inhabitants (2019). The country is divided into five provinces (Ahal, Balkan, Dashoguz, Lebap, Mary) and an autonomous city district (the capital Ashgabat).

Grèce

During the last decades of 1800 until the first part of the twentieth century, Greece was a migrant-sending country. Many Greeks expatriated to find better economic conditions.

Malte

Malta is an island situated in the Mediterranean Sea, halfway between the coasts of Tunisia and Sicily.
It is the tenth smallest country in the world and the fourth most densely populated. Until
the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Malta was an important source of emigration.

Jordanie

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is a small country at the crossroads of the Holy Land which Pope Francis complimented in 2014 for its “generous welcome” of refugees fleeing crises in the Middle East.

Turquie

The Republic of Turkey was created in 1923 and is located in the Eastern Mediterranean basin, on both sides of the Bosphorus, therefore forming a junction between Europe and Asia. As a result, flows of migrants have been taking this road illegally in hope to reach Europe over the past decades.

Croatie

Croatia is a parliamentary republic. Geographically, it borders Slovenia to the north, Hungary to the northeast, Serbia to the east, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro to the south, and the Adriatic Sea to the west. The territorial land area is 56,590 km2, while the territorial water area is 31,067 km2.

Russie

The Russian Federation is a transcontinental state that stretches from Europe across Asia. It is the largest state in the world with an area of 17,098,242 km.2 According to 2019 data from ROSSTAT (Federal Statistical Service), Russia had 146,792,744 inhabitants, ranking it ninth in the world for the number of its inhabitants and tenth according to its mortality rate.

Yémen

Located at the Southern end of the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen has been suffering from a deadly civil war that escalated into a regional proxy war between the Saudi led coalition and Iran, a situation that has been coined the world’s worst humanitarian crisis by the United Nations.

Ukraine

Ukraine (603,600 sq. km) is a country with a long history and tradition located in Eastern Europe, divided into 24 Provinces and the capital Kyiv, which has special status. It is a middle-income country, with a significant output in agriculture and food products, as well as a strong industrial base.

Syrie

Syria has been experiencing a state of war involving a multitude of internal and external factors since 2011.

Liban

Situated between the Holy Land and Syria, Lebanon is riddled with deeply rooted political instability, and highly impacted by the devastating fiscal, economic, monetary, and sanitary crises.

Irak

Iraq has experienced long periods of war throughout its short existence, and especially during the past few decades.

Géorgie

Georgia (69,700 sq km) is located in the Caucasus region of Eurasia and has a population of 3,716,900 (2020) that is mainly urbanized, with 58% of that population residing in the capital, Tbilisi. The major ethnic groups include: Georgian (86.6%), Azeri (6.3%), Armenian (4.5%), Russian and Yezidi (2.3%).

Thaïlande

The Kingdom of Thailand is the only Southeast Asian country which has never been colonized by a European power. The head of state is King Wachiralongkon while the head of Government is Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-ocha.

Birmanie

Myanmar or Burma is the most multilingual and ethnically and religiously diverse country in South-East Asia. The population of 54,409,800 inhabitants (July 2020, est.) of this lower middle-income least developed country is composed of 135 ethnicities, while its five main religions are: Theravada Buddhism 89.2%, Christianity 5.0%, Islam 3.5%, Hinduism 0.5%, and Spiritualism 1.2%.

Indonésie

The Republic of Indonesia is now the world's fourth most populous democracy, with an estimated 262,787,403 people (July 2018), and the largest Muslim-majority nation. At 87.2%, Islam is the dominant religion while 7% are Protestant and 3.33% are Roman Catholic.

Hongrie

The Republic of Hungary, a parliamentary republic, is a member of the European Union, NATO, OSCE and the Visegrád Group (V4), and has been a member of the Schengen Agreement since 2004. It has an area of 93,030 km2 and has a continental climate.

Chypre

Cyprus is an island in the eastern Mediterranean to the south of the Anatolian peninsula. It is divided de facto into two parts: the Greek Orthodox-majority Republic of Cyprus (59% of the territory), and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (36%), with a Muslim population; there is a buffer zone between the two.

Bosnie-Herzégovine

Bosnia and Herzegovina, formerly part of Yugoslavia (until 1992), is now a federal parliamentary republic in the Western Balkans, with a capital in Sarajevo and a population of 3.32 million (with a growth rate of -0.17%) in 2018.

Belgique

Belgium is a federal state, governed by a parliamentary monarchy. It is a member and one of the founding states of the European Union; Brussels, its capital city, hosts the headquarters of several Community institutions.

Austrique

Austria is a federal parliamentary republic located in central Europe that entered the European Union in 1995. With a per capita GDP of USD 53,481.76 (of which 71% is the tertiary sector) and an HDI of 0.908, it ranks as one of the richest European countries.

Albanie

Albania is a parliamentary republic located on the Balkan Peninsula. The country has been an official candidate for accession to the European Union since 2014 with negotiations initiated in March 2020.