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Human Migration Monuments
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Description:
This category is to Waymark monuments to Human migration and pay homage to all human beings who for one reason or another had to migrate and face the difficulties associated to build a new home away from home.
Expanded Description:
Human migration is the physical movement by humans from one area to another, sometimes over long distances or in large groups. Historically this movement was nomadic, but only a few nomadic people have retained this form of lifestyle in modern times. Migration has continued under the form of both voluntary migration and involuntary migration. People who migrate into a territory are called immigrants, while at the departure point they are called emigrants.

The migration usually occurs due to personal initiative, by seeking better living and working conditions, but there are several other reasons that might lead a citizen to migrate, such as the refugees who leave their countries due to civil conflict or persecution because of race/religion, or because of natural /environmental disaster.

Anyway immigrants often face the same difficulties in settling in a country with different customs and language of their , facing many times, xenophobia, the restrictions imposed on foreigners by the laws, slave labor, or at most underemployment .

This category is to Waymark monuments to Human migration and pay homage to all human beings who for one reason or another had to migrate and face the difficulties associated to build a new home away from home.

Instructions for Posting a Human Migration Monuments Waymark:
- Waymarks accepted for this category are statues, sculptures, monuments and memorials worldwide that pay homage to human migration. All definitions for human migration will be accepted in the category. (Depending on historical setting, circumstances and perspective humans that migrate are referred to as immigrants, emigrants, settlers, colonists, refugees and others.)

-The Waymark must be outdoor, permanent and in a public place where everybody can visit it.

- Waymarks that can be posted in the Trail of Tears category can not be posted here.

- Please provide at least two different good quality daylight photos taken by you, one close-up of the monument and other more general showing it and the surroundings.

- Include all information that you can get of the Waymark in the Long/Detailed Description, if your description is not in English, please add at least a short description in English.

- All text that exists in the monument or plaque must be included in the long description, if the text is not in English please add a English translation.

- Please make every attempt to following the naming convention below:
Name - City/State, Country

Instructions for Visiting a Waymark in this Category:
- Please provide a photo you have taken of the monument or memorial.

- And please write a little about your visit to the site. Tell us what you thought, did you liked it?
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Image for Gozitan Emigree Monument - Il-Mgarr, Gozo, Maltaview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsGozitan Emigree Monument - Il-Mgarr, Gozo, Malta

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This stone tablet was erected in 2002 and dedicated to those people from the Maltese Island of Gozo who have emigrated to other parts of the world. It stand next to the marina overlooking the ferry port.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member dtrebilc

location: Malta

date approved: 6/7/2018

last visited: never

Image for Migration Summit Monument - Valletta, Maltaview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsMigration Summit Monument - Valletta, Malta

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This monument was erected to commemorate the migration summit held im Malta in 2015.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member dtrebilc

location: Malta

date approved: 7/9/2018

last visited: 9/23/2021

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