France: tackling a low population

Problems: 

  • Stage five of DTM
  • Population growth of 1%
  • not enough young people to care for the old

Solutions:

  • Cash payments (£700 per child)
  • 50% off childcare
  • Reductions in income tax with each child
  • 3 years parially paid leave
  • £500 monthly for a third child
  • Child friendly culture.
HideShow resource information
  • Created by: Emily
  • Created on: 08-05-12 16:57

Mexico to USA migration

-IN 2004, 1.25 million immigrants were caught along the border

-89% of 11,000 US border control agents work along the border which is 2,000 miles long

Push Factors:

  • Perceptions of the 'American dream'
  • poor education and healthcare
  • Political persecution
  • low incomes

Pull factors

  • freedom
  • emploment oppitunities
  • Health advantages
  • improved education

Impact on the USA

  • Pos: cheap labour source
  • Neg: slum areas
  • Neg: increase of cases of TB
  • Neg: Tension and racism
  • Neg: Cost of border control

Impact on mexico

  • Pos: cange of culture
  • Pos: Money sent home to mexican economy
  • Neg: Brain drain
  • Neg: Shortage of men

Impact on migrants

  • Wales are 6x Mexican wages
  • Risk of death on jounrney= stress
  • Leaving family and friends


1 of 3

Poland Migration

2 of 3

France, Tackling low population


Problems:

  • Stage five of DTM
  • Population growth of 1%
  • not enough young people to care for the old

Solutions:

  • Cash payments (£700 per child)
  • 50% off childcare
  • Reductions in income tax with each child
  • 3 years parially paid leave
  • £500 monthly for a third child
  • Child friendly culture.
3 of 3

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Geography resources:

See all Geography resources »See all Population change and migration resources »