Migrations et petit état anglophone de la Caraïbe: quelles stratégies gouvernementales d’intégration sociale de la diaspora dominiquaise? 

Abstract : Historically, migration movements have always been influenced by great socio-economic and geopolitical mutations such as decolonization or globalization. Confronted to these evolutions in a postcolonial context, the Caribbean is searching for strategies which could grapple the challenges brought forward through the notions of migration, identity and development. These issues are today at the center of the development of the anglophone small island state of Dominica ; but also internationally with the various publications of the United Nations on this thematic through its Global Forum on Migration and Development. Since her accession to independence in 1978, the Commonwealth of Dominica experiences an ongoing social and economic development, although very frequently interrupted by natural disasters. If the capital and structural contribution of international superpowers such as Taiwan, China, or Venezuela has contributed and continues to fuel the development of the island, since the last decade the different governments have also put their hope in the potentialities of the diaspora. We are witnessing a mutation of the relations between the mother country and its diaspora in a context of understanding the key role it can play in an economic, social and human sustainable development. What are therefore the social integration strategies of the small state of Dominica in favour of its diaspora since 2000 ? How are the latest governmental strategies significant of the evolution of the cultural representation of the Dominican diaspora ?
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Bruce Jno-Baptiste. Migrations et petit état anglophone de la Caraïbe: quelles stratégies gouvernementales d’intégration sociale de la diaspora dominiquaise? . revista inclusiones, Publicación Campus Santiago, 2014, Homenaje a Isabel Cruz Ovalle, 1 (4), pp.18-29. ⟨hal-01666880⟩

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