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Ilire Agimi

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Ilire Agimi

Ilire Agimi is a freelance consultant and researcher affiliated with the Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. She studies governance, democratization, civil-society engagement, and sustainable development in transitioning economies.

Dr. Agimi holds a PhD in policy analysis from Maastricht University, where she conducted research on the impact of international aid programs on decision-making processes at the local level in postconflict societies. In 2014 she was a visiting scholar at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University.

Dr. Agimi has extensive experience in policy analysis, capacity building, and training in the fields of public administration reform, decentralization, service delivery, minority integration, security-sector reform, and transitional justice. She has worked with international organizations such as RTI International, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Department for International Development (DFID) in the Western Balkans.

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February 2015
While a number of major migrant-sending countries like Morocco and Turkey have started to take an active role in the integration of their migrants abroad, the role of subnational authorities has been overshadowed by diaspora engagement initiatives at the national level. This report investigates how the activities of origin countries' regional and local institutions may improve the lives of emigrants to Member States of the European Union.