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Sophie Hart

Destination-Country Policies to Foster Diaspora Engagement in Development

It is now widely recognized that emigrants and their descendants contribute greatly to the development of their countries of origin or ancestry, not only with remittances but also by starting businesses, through exchanges of knowledge, and more. And many migrant-origin countries have invested in connecting with their diaspora and leveraging its contributions.
Sophie Hart

MIGRATION GOVERNANCE INDICATORS DATA AND THE GLOBAL COMPACT FOR SAFE, ORDERLY AND REGULAR MIGRATION

Effective implementation of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration requires the development of robust research, analysis and data-collection capacities, to ensure coherent and evidence-based policymaking and well-informed public discourse.
Sophie Hart

ENGAGEMENT OF THE DIASPORAS OF CENTRAL AMERICA AND MEXICO: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

The transnational links between countries of origin and countries of destination are one of the most important aspects of the relationship between migration and development. These links or networks woven between migrants and their communities of origin are an opportunity that governments can harness for social, cultural, economic, and political development, in communities of destination as well as of origin.
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

EMIGRATION OF HEALTH AND INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY PROFESSIONALS FROM BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

In the recent years, the number of Bosnia and Herzegovina citizens emigrating has reached alarming proportions, which is particularly evident in the health-care and ICT sectors.
Sophie Hart

Grants for Diaspora Associations: Peer Exchange Group Synthesis Report

This report captures case studies, examples, tools and lessons learned from countries, NGOs and associations that are providing grants for diaspora organizations to empower and enable diaspora communities to strengthen their ties to their homelands. Diaspora
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

EL FUTURO DE LAS DIÁSPORAS

El futuro de las diásporas nace de la constatación de que las reflexiones sobre la participación de las diásporas suelen circunscribirse, con demasiada frecuencia, a las situaciones presentes y carecen de una visión vanguardista e  imprescindible del futuro. Esta publicación comprende 12 artículos que invitan a la reflexión y que han sido redactados por expertos mundiales que han dedicado su carrera profesional a comprender mejor la participación de las diásporas y a crear las condiciones necesarias para que las comunidades transnacionales puedan contribuir al desarrollo sostenible. 
Sophie Hart

Diaspora Groups of The Eastern Caribbean: Opportunities, Challenges, and Needs for Collaboration

Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

Roadmap for diaspora engagement in Sudan

This policy brief is the result of multiple consultations Shabaka undertook between June and July 2021 on diaspora engagement in Sudan; specifically, a series of three roundtable discussions exploring a roadmap for effective diaspora engagement. It is an independent initiative set up by Shabaka to facilitate more robust diaspora engagement with the Government of Sudan during this critical transitional period.
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

Diaspora Organizations and their Humanitarian Response in Pakistan

This case study is part of the Diaspora Emergency Action and Coordination Platform’s (DEMAC) “Research study on diaspora humanitarian response and engagement”.
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

Diaspora organizations and their humanitarian response in Somalia

This case study is part of the Diaspora Emergency Action and Coordination Plat- form’s (DEMAC) “Research study on diaspora humanitarian response and engagement”.

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