How EU member states foster development diaspora

The effects of global human mobility and the serious policy and legislative challenges it poses to the governments of both developed and developing countries is a subject that has dominated much of recent migration literature and policy debates. How to leverage human mobility for development, while at the same time minimise its adverse effects is both a political and a policy challenge for many governments. In response, a growing number of governments in migrantsí countries of origin are initiating mechanisms for 1 strengthening ties with their diaspora  (Aquinas, 2009; Zoomers et al., 2008; De Haas, 2006; Levitt & de la Dehesa, 2003). . . . → Read More:   How can the EU Member States Foster Development Through Diaspora Organisations? (PDF – 746Kb)

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