What is migration?
The word migration comes from the Latin migratio, which means expatriation, moving from one place to the other. Migration has been a crucial part of life since life first appeared. We talk about human migration if somebody permanently changes the geographic location of his/her life. If you had at any point of your life moved from one town to the other, you were a migrant too. If you moved inside your country, you were part of the domestic migration, if you moved abroad, you’ll show up in the statistics of international migration. Some people move by their own decision, but there are those too, who are forced to leave their homes. They are the refugees. The necessity to leave home may come from different reasons, such as war, natural disaster or persecution. The greatest waves of refugees are made by wars.