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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”.
Larisa LARA-GUERRERO

Diaspora organizations and their humanitarian response in Ukraine

This case study is part of the Diaspora Emergency Action and Coordination Platform‘s (DEMAC) „Research study on diaspora humanitarian response and engagement“. Ukraine has been blighted by unrest and conflict for decades with many Ukrainians leaving to seek a better life elsewhere. Over 1 million people have received humanitarian assistance in 2020, with the focus on the conflict-affected eastern Ukraine, in addition to the COVID-19 response.
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Le potentiel de développement des migrants transnationaux d'Afrique subsaharienne, dans le secteur de la santé à Genève

Cette étude s’inscrit dans la thématique “ migrations-développement-santé”, en portant sur le potentiel de développement de migrants transnationaux dans le secteur de la santé.
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Migration en Afrique de l´Ouest et du Nord et à travers la Mediterannée - Chapitre 34

Ce chapitre porte sur la diffusion du droit de vote à distance en Afrique du Nord et de l’Ouest depuis le début des années 1990 et sur la participation des citoyens à l’étranger aux élections de leur pays d’origine. Les auteurs interrogent tout d’abord l’idée selon laquelle la généralisation du droit de vote à distance s’expliquerait uniquement par le développement des politiques de diaspora et par le processus de libéralisation politique.
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Mappatura dei Tunisini residenti in Italia: Profilo socioeconomico e propensione all'investimento in Tunisia

Il presente studio è stato sviluppato dal gruppo di ricerca dell'Associazione della diaspora PONTES Ricerche e Interventi, per conto dell'Organizzazione Internazionale per le Migrazioni (OIM) Tunisia nell'ambito del progetto Mobi-TRE "La migrazione come risorsa: mobilitazione della diaspora tunisina e stabilizzazione delle comunità svantaggiate in Tunisia" finanziato dall'Agenzia Italiana per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo (AICS).
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Contribuciones y contabilización: Guía para medir el impacto económico de las diáspora más allá de las remesas

La Guía Contribuciones y Contabilización proporciona orientación para los gobiernos y las autoridades nacionales que buscan comprender y medir las contribuciones económicas realizadas por las diásporas a su país de origen, más allá de las contribuciones que hacen a través de las remesas financieras. Estas contribuciones económicas incluyen inversión, comercio, turismo y filantropía.
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Misinformation and migration during the COVID-19 pandemic: From the migrant caravan in Honduras to the Filipino diaspora

Authored by Ruth A. de Frutos García, this Migration Research Series paper explores the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on misinformation related to migration and migrants through two case studies: that of the migrant caravan in Honduras that took place in 2020 and that of the Filipino diaspora. The paper relies on a social media analysis of different types of misinformation related to these two case studies during the first eight months of the pandemic, from March to December 2020.
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Diáspora de talentos venezolanos: Características de una migración de alta calificación

Este libro es el resultado de un esfuerzo iniciado por Ruth Castillo y José Manuel Martínez. El objetivo es mostrar al mundo cuáles son las calificaciones de los talentos venezolanos emigrados y su problemática. Se pretende contribuir con su difusión a mejorar las difíciles condiciones en que estos se encuentran frecuentemente al emigrar, para conseguir un trabajo profesional en el campo de la ciencia y la tecnología.

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