Building: (Building A) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 418
This panel focuses on migration policies of origin states. This encompass both policies aimed at involving migrants in the economic and political development of the origin country and policies aimed at migrants' position in the destination country. State responses to migration are generally studied from a destination perspective, neglecting the activities of origin states. Origin state policies that can take the form of labour brokerage, migration control, service provision and active lobbying of destination states to push for a change in working conditions. Presentations address the motives of origin states for engaging in these kinds of policies, the evaluation of the policies, and factors determining origin states’ success in negotiation with destination states.