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Event Emigration Nations: Policies and Ideologies
When Monday, March 18, 2013 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Where ICC 302-P
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Details Joining ISIM from the University of Sussex in the UK for a special session of the Migration Working Group, Michael Collyer will present a paper that builds on the growing literature on emigrant engagement with a geographical analysis of the significance of territorial location for citizenship. Michael argues that even wealthier countries, which tend to avoid labels of ‘diaspora engagement’ are increasingly inclined to consider non-resident citizens and often have well established policies to do so. Empirical examples are drawn from a range of recent studies focusing on consular practices and voting rights.
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Sponsors Institute for the Study of International Migration
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