DMA Dialogues | Deepening Labor Migration Governance at a Time of Immobility: Lessons from Ghana and Senegal
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Deepening Labor Migration Governance at a Time of Immobility: Lessons from Ghana and Senegal

Deepening Labor Migration Governance at a Time of Immobility: Lessons from Ghana and Senegal

The pandemic has dramatically curtailed labor migration opportunities in West Africa, as it has around the world. What does this mean for countries such as Ghana and Senegal that have been working to improve their governance of international labor migration? This brief explores the evolution of these countries’ migration policies, efforts to facilitate labor migration, and strategies to engage their diasporas.