Migration, urbanisation, climate change and children in China—issues from child rights perspective

B Li, X Shang, Y Cui & M Blaxland
The 2010 census data shows that, about 35.8 million children (0-17) were migrant children, among whom 17 million lived outside the county where their Hukou was registered in. Another 69.7 million children were left in the villages by their migrant parents. The reason that people move from rural to urban areas can be urban employment becoming more attractive to the rural population, and farmers’ land being acquired, or climate change making agriculture less reliable. Rural...
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