Essays about: "return migration"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 43 essays containing the words return migration.

  1. 1. “Do they feel welcome when returning home? Intuitive Law of Internationally Mobile Students: The Case of the Russian Global Education Program”

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Yulia Petruneva; [2017]
    Keywords : international student mobility; return migration; legal aspects; Petrazycki; intuitive law; justice; Global Education Program; Russia; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : By exploring the Russian Global Education Program as a case of outward student mobility policy created through and backed by law, the author of this thesis analyses the impact of the legal dimension of said program on students’ return and employment decisions from the viewpoint of the socio-legal theory and methodology developed by Leon Petrazycki (1867-1931). Based on the analysis conducted herein, the author argues that besides traditionally identified economic, political and social conditions that are known to affect highly skilled migrants’ (including students’) return and employment plans, there are also often overlooked legal factors existing in their countries of origin that can influence their (un)willingness to return and work at home. READ MORE

  2. 2. Where responsibilities end: Migrant labour and CSR in a Russian supply chain

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet / Institutionen för ekonomi och samhälle

    Author : Victor Mackenhauer Olsen; [2016-09-13]
    Keywords : CSR; Corporate Social Responsibility; migration; trajectories; facilitation; social issues; Moscow;

    Abstract : Multinational corporations enforce their CSR-policies upon workers in their supply chain. These policies should protect the workers from issues arising from interaction with the corporation, however the impact and purview of CSR is limited. A group of workers particularly vulnerable when CSR fails to tackle social issues are migrant workers. READ MORE

  3. 3. Will you come back? : Quantitative analysis of return migration among Swedes born 1978

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Kulturgeografi

    Author : Timo Saarensilta; [2016]
    Keywords : return migration; logistic regression analysis; socio-spatial inequalities; urban hierarchy; Sweden;

    Abstract : This paper is exploring return migration in Sweden by implementing logistic regression technics on the cohort born 1978. In order to evaluate how socio-economic and geographical characteristics influence individuals propensities to re-circulate to the municipality of origin. READ MORE

  4. 4. Return to Socio-Economic Deprivation: A Critical Analysis of the Scope of Complementary Protection under European Law

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Lina Wallenberg; [2016]
    Keywords : Public international law; EU law; Socio-economic deprivation; Non-refoulement; complementary protection; subsidiary protection.; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : Migration caused by deprivation of socio-economic human rights is a topical issue that gives rise to complex questions of legal, moral and ethical nature. From a legal perspective, seeking international protection from socio-economic deprivation is often associated with conceptual challenges. READ MORE

  5. 5. Fortress or Host Europe? – The EU/Turkey deal and its compliance with human rights law

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Alice Cullberg; [2016]
    Keywords : international law; EU law; safe third country; non-refoulement; asylum; Turkey; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : In light of what have become known as the European migration crisis, this thesis examines the legality of one of EU’s burden-sharing responses to this perceived threat – the EU/Turkey deal on March 18 2016. For many asylum seekers, the dream of a safe haven in the EU goes through Turkey to the Greek islands, leading to a significant rise in the number of would-be asylum seekers in the EU over the last years. READ MORE