Skilled Migration of diaspora does not necessarily lead to the loss of skills and knowledge for sending countries. Instead, it sees skilled Migration as contributing to migrants’ intellectual, social, and economic capital, for which home countries gain through knowledge sharing.
Diaspora members can make diaspora-specific contributions to their countries of origin. More than financial contributions of remittances and investments, the contribution through knowledge sharing is highly efficient for skilled migrants sending countries for their development.
This conference imagines reversing traditional “brain drain” migration outflow into a “brain gain” of expatriates’ skills by promoting sustainable connectivity with potential stakeholders in Nepal.
The conference centers on sharing applied knowledge of diaspora while identifying required suitable and applicable tools, methodology, and concepts.
In the given scenario, each presentation emphasizes transferrable skills, knowledge, and values as a new piece of take-home information / message for the targeted audiences.