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In today’s increasingly globalized and interconnected world in which more people migrate than ever in human history, young migrants between 15 and 24 have become powerful agents of change and development, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said in a statement it issued in Geneva.
By mid 2010, the total number of youth migrants was estimated at 27 million, representing an eighth of the 214 million international migrants in the world today.
Young migrants, either alone or accompanied by family members, leave their homes for different reasons. Some leave in search of jobs, others to flee persecution.
On International Youth Day, which was celebrated under the theme “Youth Migration Moving Development Forward”, IOM highlighted the importance of engaging, enabling and empowering youth to fulfill their development potential. Migration continues to be the greatest poverty reduction strategy, presenting both challenges and opportunities, for young people.