MIGRATION PROCESS; THE MANAGEMENT MECHANISM OF THE INTERNATIONAL AND INTERNAL MIGRATION IN AZERBAIJAN
Since the second half of the twentieth century, migration in many countries around the world has become global, encompassing all regions of the world. Demographers have rightly called the end of the 20th century, the beginning of the 21st century, the "Age of Migration." Migration is mainly influenced by changes in population size, composition, number of working age population, age, natural growth, population settlement, national composition of population.Negative situations caused by migration are mainly the abandonment of settlements and the devastation of those habitats, natural disasters, the collapse of economic facilities, the decline in living standards, the problem of hunger and malnutrition, the weakening of the country's economy cases. High migration intensity is also associated with the difficulty in providing jobs to the population, the decline in social and cultural services, and the influx of population to the near abroad, mainly to the Russian Federation. Migration processes are becoming more widespread around the world today. The geographical area of the process and the coverage of the settlements, as mentioned earlier, are creating migration centers around the world. Countries such as the United States, Russia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, France, Canada, Australia and Spain (the top ten countries among the most accepting migration countries) are important countries in the world.Information technology also plays an important role in accelerating migration processes. There are some relations and information networks among the settlements suitable for migration. World Information Integrity, easy access to information about the world (familiar with the development status of the countries that are in the category of migration centers, human rights and immigration rights) can help migrants easily access their country.The problem investigated in the article is Azerbaijan. For this reason, attention is paid to the regulation of migration in the country and its change over the years. The forced migration has been high over the past 25-30 years. It happened after the occupation of 20% of the Azerbaijani lands by Armenians, resulting in more than one million refugees and displaced persons leaving their homes, which has adversely affected the dynamic changes in the country's economic development and the economy.