Tabac Pahomii Return migration

       The number of return migrants in the Republic of Moldova is small and those who have returned face different socio-economic reintegration problems, which leads to their re-inclusion in migration. In this regard, ensuring a sustainable reintegration of return migrants becomes of a great importance. The article aims to analyse the process of socio-economic reintegration of return migrants in Moldova. To achieve this goal, the following methods were used: qualitative sociological research, policy and SWOT analysis. Conducted research showed that there is a developed legislative framework, which is not fully functional. Even if the Government takes measures to facilitate reintegration of return migrants, some of these are still not easily accessible and sustainable. The study reveals that return migrants often face same problems as local people. A general socio-economic growth will ensure economic development, creation of opportunities for citizens to work in the country and not to (re)emigrate.

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