States can engage, enable and empower diasporas for development purposes through communication, outreach and partnership policies and actions

States have a primary responsibility to protect, support and enable migrants and diasporas – both as countries of origin and host countries. But since there are limits on what one State can do within another State’s sovereign territory, this burden of care has to be a joint governance effort. Studies show a wide range of policies and programmes to engage diasporas for development, most of them unilateral in nature and very few based on complementary or joint approaches between governments and communities.

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