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Conference Abstract

 

CONFERENCE ON AFRICAN TRANSNATIONAL AND RETURN MIGRATION 

IN THE CONTEXT OF HOMELAND DEVELOPMENT
FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF EURO-AFRICAN RELATIONS AND LATIN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE


 

Venue: Radcliffe House, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Dates: 29-30thJune 2009.

 

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African Migrants: Past and Integration in Birmingham

Dr. José Lingna Nafafé, BD, MPhil, PhD
Lecturer
Department of Sociology
The University of Birmingham

 

Co-development policies in Europe : objectives, experiences and limits

Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
CNRS (CERI-Sciences-Po)

 

African migration to the UK and EU

Dr. David Owen
CRER
University of Warwick

 

Refugees in Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Comparative study between Kakuma and Dadaab Refugees in Kenya

Prof. Elias H.O.Ayiemba
Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
University of Nairobi

 

The Potential of African Diaspora Networks (ADN) in Europe for bridging human resource and material ‘needs gap’ in the health sector in sub-Saharan Africa countries: Conceptual and policy issues and illustrative examples from Switzerland and the UK

Prof. Franklyn Lisk
CSGR
University of Warwick

 

One household across many borders: Post civil war integration, migration and new household in Mozambique

Inês Macamo Raimundo
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Centre for Policy Analysis
Eduardo Mondlane University

 

Transnational Philanthropic Activities and Integration: The Moroccan Community in Germany

Kirsten Schüttler, M.A.

 

Surviving in Hostile Grounds: Transmigrants in Johannesburg
Transnational organization in post conflict reconstruction

Dr. Petkou Chamba Lawrence
Department of Sociology and Population Development Studies
Walter Sisulu University (WSU)

 

Migrant experience of Poblanos in the United States

Martha Galica

 

Virtuous Citizenship”: Ethnicity and Encapsulation among Akan-speaking Ghanaian Methodists in London

Dr. Mattia Fumanti
Research Institute for Law, Politics and Justice
Keele University

 

The Transnational Social Question: From Social Security to Social Inequalities

Prof. Thomas Faist
Faculty of Sociology
Bielefeld University

 

Transnational Associations & Politics of Co-Development: Haitians in Metropolitan France

Clara Rachel

 

The Geopolitics of collective remittances: Comparative prospects from Northern Africa and Northern India

Thomas Lacroix
International Migration Institute
Oxford University

 

The Role of Xenophobia in Obligating Decisions toward Trnasnationalism and ReturnMigration

Eugene K. Campbell
Department of Population Studies
University o Botswana