Reintegration and development
Title: Reintegration and development
Editor(s): CASSARINO, Jean-Pierre
Series/Number: Return Migration and Development Platform (RDP); CRIS; Analytical Study; 2014
External link: http://rsc.eui.eu/RDP/
Why do some return migrants reintegrate back home better than others? Why do patterns of reintegration vary so much? To what extent does gender impact on reintegration? Which factors shape the ability of some migrants to transfer their skills and social rights after return? Which resources (e.g. human capital, financial capital, networks and social capital) sustain returnees’ reintegration processes; and to what extent? In sum, what do we know about post-return conditions and how returnees’ aspirations, subjectivities and prospects back home can be analyzed and understood.
CRIS - cross-regional information system on the reintegration of migrants in their countries of origin.
Type of Access: openAccess; openAccess
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