Approaches and options for policymakers

Migration is a catalyst for social change and development at both macro and micro levels – it creates spaces for interaction between migrants, as individuals, and communities of origin, transit and destination, as a whole. As a result, societies experience changes in terms of social structures, identities, attitudes, norms and practices. In an era in which mobility patterns are becoming increasingly complex and with nearly all countries exposed to migration in some way, transnationalism – a process whereby people establish and maintain sociocultural connections across geopolitical borders – is a prevalent phenomenon that presents both opportunities and challenges.

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