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Proposing a Return Migration Policy: Insights from Indonesia Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (IJEPA) Nurses Study

02 July 2017 - dalam Konferensi Oleh ferry-efendi-fkp


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There are few data on return migration of Indonesian nurses from Japan to Indonesia, especiallyin the context of bilateral agreement. Yet our study results point out that managing returnmigration needs a holistic approach. We discuss the motivation of ex-IJ!" nurses for cominghome, their lived after return, intention to go bac# to Japan, and any other insights related toreturn migration.The analysis showed that the decision for return was due to the expiration of the contract$therefore they were full aware that they must return to Indonesia. In the origin country,Indonesian nurses face challenges and difficulty for finding a new %ob and struggle with their current status. We propose that return migration should be managed in comprehensive approach.The role of sending and receiving country is an imperative to maximi&e the benefit of return andminimi&e the negative effects. 'ilateral agreement or Indonesia Japan conomic !artnership"greement (IJ!") may become a good starting point in developing cooperative approach tomanage the return migration.*ee more at+http+gender-care-state.asia 


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