Human Development With Migration
Circular migration occurs when migrants from one country moves to the other country. And it gaining popularity so as: to meet the labour requirement in the destination country without permanent settlement; promoting development in the origin and destination country; to retain and attract skills and creations; for drifting ‘brain drain’ and to stop irregular migration. Presently, both The Global Forum on Migration and Development and the European Commission are trying to encourage the concept of circular migration. Circular migration occurs only when both the origin and destination countries are benefited from it.