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No single approach can adequately address the challenges created by migration, in fact when policy responses are taken in isolation, they have been proven to be ineffective. The understanding of migration needs to be multidimensional, and making the individual the centre of analysis within migration systems theory may generate the most useful approach to date. It is not that the networks ought to be the subject of the analysis but rather how the individuals themselves interact within and between these networks and only then are the chances of deriving holistic policy responses improved.

1993; Castles and Miller, 2003). , 1993). The macro and microstructures are interlinked by various intermediary dimensions called meso-structures. , 1993). Lawyers, recruiting agencies, humanitarian organisations as well as human smugglers are part of these meso-structures. As Castles and Miller (2003) explain, they function as a liaison between the migrant and formal institutions and can provide different kinds of services including legal advice concerning immigration policies, labour contracting, clandestine transport, counterfeit documents, arranged marriages between migrants and citizens of receiving countries as well as counselling and social services.

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