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Fejerskov, Adam Moe
Meron Zeleke
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DIIS Report No. 2020:01
The report questions the very notion of re-integration. The life-altering and irreparable effects of migration for Ethiopian men, seldom for the better, means that what was before will never be again. As such, there are no processes of development, forms of treatment or possibilities of employment that can bring one back to how things were. That does not mean that support in adjusting to a new life after migration journeys is not possible, it simply means that the objective can never be to reinstate migrants 'back' into their communities with any expectation that they can resume social relations or positions like things were before.
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