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Hometown organisations and development practices

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This working paper is part of a comparative research project looking at three immigrant groups (two North African Berber groups: the Moroccan Chleuhs and the Algerian Kabyles, and the Sikh Punjabis from India) residing in two receiving countries (France and the UK). This work seeks to explain the emergence of hometown associations committed to the development of their place of origin since the early 1990s. This research draws on a previous doctoral study on Moroccan Berber immigrants in Fr...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Queen Elizabeth House,Department of International Development
Publisher:
International Migration Institute Publisher's website
Series:
IMI Working Papers
Publication date:
2010
URN:
uuid:5be0b857-7326-4648-a108-c028b35eec99
Local pid:
ora:5350

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