Cross-Regional Information System (CRIS)
dataset

The Cross-Regional Information System on the Reintegration of Migrants in their Countries of Origin (CRIS) is aimed at addressing the social economic legal and institutional factors and conditions shaping returnees’ patterns of reintegration in their countries of origin. In other words; it sets out to explain why some return migrants contribute to development back home; whereas others do not.

Based on a network of partner institutions located in countries of return; field surveys are being prepared to collect a substantial number of interviews with return migrants. The core rationale for CRIS is its cross-regional comparative scope as well as the identification of reintegration indicators; beyond the specificities of each regional context.

The project collect both quantitative and qualitative data in certain countries or regions.

Links

  • 2mdev

    Migration and development

    Migration and development are deeply intertwined. Development can be a driver of migration, granting people access to resources which enable them to move. At the same time, migration can...

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  • 4lm

    Legal migration and integration

    Legal migration covers international mobility towards the EU, such as labour migration, family reunification, student migration, as well as the conditions under which regular stay is...

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  • 7mgov

    International migration governance

    International migration governance refers to the complex framework of laws, regulations, partnerships, that national, subnational and international institutions adopt to manage and shape...

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Additional Info

Dataset ID CRIS
Status Discontinued
Spatial Coverage Armenia ; Mali ; Tunisia
Mode Database
Data Type survey
Accessed On 2016-11-07
Category research data

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