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RETURNING MIGRANTS IN MACEDONIA: THE CHALLENGES OF EDUCATIONAL REINTEGRATION

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The issue of reintegration of returning migrants in Macedonia gained increased attention with the rise in returns in the last several years, especially of Macedonian citizens illegal migrants. It has been widely recognised that an organised and systematic state response to the return migration is a key for successful reintegration of returning migrants and prevention of re-emigration and social exclusion. The pa­per elaborates the legislative, policy-making and practical challenges of reintegration of returnees in the domain of education. The focus is on: access to education for returning children at primary, secondary and ter­tiary levels of education; access to adult education for returning adults and older people; as well as obstacles for higher educational attainment and outcomes related to language barriers, extracurricular assistance and recognition of diplomas and qualifications.

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