As our world becomes "smaller", how do governments and citizens manage and react to migration and settlement? Themes explored in this intriguing book include: rights and laws-freedom of movement across borders, human rights, seeking asylum, and immigration controls; the different types of migrants-asylum seekers, refugees, illegal immigrants, the undocumented labor force; coping with migration-migrants need safety, schooling, health care, and housing. How can governments provide this to new populations? How do existing citizens view the help given to incomers? How can governments and citizens promote tolerance, encourage integration, and celebrate diversity?