SOCIAL-CULTURAL COMPONENT TO STRENGTHEN THE
MOLDOVAN DIASPORA IN TERMS OF DEVELOPMENT
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SOCIAL-CULTURAL COMPONENT TO STRENGTHEN THE MOLDOVAN DIASPORA IN TERMS OF DEVELOPMENT POLICIES
SOCIAL-CULTURAL COMPONENT TO STRENGTHEN THE MOLDOVAN DIASPORA IN TERMS OF DEVELOPMENT POLICIES

Author(s): Mariana IAŢCO, Natalia Putina
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Politics and Identity
Published by: Editura Universitatii din Oradea
Keywords: diaspora communities; migration’s consolidation; policies and strategies for diaspora; development policies;

Summary/Abstract: This article addresses a current problem facing the government and Moldovan society, namely changes in the migration process in diaspora communities, both in terms of government policies and in terms of practical implementation of these policies. EU policies encourages the governments to actively pursue their efforts through the United Nations the issue of migration and strengthening the Diaspora to occupy an important place on the international agenda for the human rights of migrants are guaranteed under an international legislative framework and that shared administration migration processes between countries of origin and host countries to contribute to economic and social development. For this motive, in this article the concept of inclusion and migration will be mobilized to analyze the social reality of Moldavians migrants in UE. The second part of this paper is to present the social reality of Moldavians immigrants within the enlarged Europe, specifically by examining the migration experiences, the personal stories and perceptions about then. In order to measure to what extent borders and mobility is affecting immigrants’ identity; this paper explores the construction of immigrant identity through the interaction with the host society analyzing social situation.

  • Issue Year: 2018
  • Issue No: 10
  • Page Range: 37-49
  • Page Count: 13
  • Language: English
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