This conference session explored policy options open to developing country policymakers to engage with international migrants, including ways to enhance flows of financial, human and social capital to poorer countries.
Conference materials –
Audio clips (to be added later)
- ‘Albania: Mobilising Highly Skilled Diaspora’, Eno Ngjela, United Nations Development Programme
- ‘Policy Options of Countries of Origin in Encouraging Diaspora Participation: The Issue of Dual- and Multiple-Citizenships’, Tasneem Siddiqui, (RMMRU, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh)
Migration DRC research – view a two-page overview of the Migration DRC’s research findings on governments’ approaches to diaspora.
Further reading – working papers published by the Migration DRC related to diaspora mobilisation are listed below.
- “Patterns of Extraterritorial Voting”. Michael Collyer and Zana Vathi (Oct 2007; WP-T22).
- “Defining, Measuring and Influencing Sustainable Return: The Case of the Balkans”. Richard Black and Saskia Gent (Dec 2004; WP-T7).