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Conference Papers

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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Perspectives on public policies afecting African transnational communities at place of origin(PDF Document)

Aderanti Adepoju


The transnationalization of migration between Mexico and United States, a reflection for the case of African migration to Europe.(Word Document)

Dr. Alex Munguía Salazar
Professor Researcher
Faculty of Law and Social Sciences
Benemérita Autonomous University of Puebla

Dr. C. Gustavo Lopez Angel
Professor Researcher
Faculty of Law and Social Sciences
Benemérita Autonomous University of Puebla


Transformations for family life and lifecourse among African immigrants and EU Communitarians living in Spain: evidence from the Padrón Municipal(Powerpoint Presentation)

Caroline H. Bledsoe


Co-development policies in Europe: objectives, experiences and limits(Word Document)

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


Transnational Associations & Politics of Co-Development: Haitians in Metropolitan France(Word Document)

Clara Rachel Casséus-Eybalin 


African migration to the UK(Powerpoint Presentation)

David Owen
University of Warwick


Refugees in Post-Conflict Reconstruction: A Comparative study between Kakuma and Dadaab Refugees in Kenya(Word Document)

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


The Role of Xenophobia in Obligating Decisions towars Transnationalism and Return Migration(PDF Document)

Eugene K. Campbell
Deaprtment of Population Studies
University of Botswana


The Potential of African Diaspora Professional Organizations in Europe for BridgingHuman Resources for Health 'Needs Gap' in Sub-Saharan Africa Countries(Powerpoint Presentation)

Franklyn Lisk
CSGR
University of Warwick

  

The African Diaspora and Homeland Post-conflict reconstruction in Sub-Saharan Africa(Word Document)

Prof. John O. Oucho
Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations
School of Health andSocial Studies
University of Warwick


African Migrants: Past and Integration in Birmingham(PDF Document)

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


Transnational Philanthropic Activities and Integration: The Moroccan Community in Germany(PDF Document)

Kirsten Schüttler
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ)Cirtuous Citizenship": Ethnicity and Encapsulation among Akan-Speaking Ghanaian Methodists in London


Surviving in Hostile Grounds: Transmigrants in Johannesburg(Word Document)
Transnational organization in post conflict reconstruction(Word Document)

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

  

"Cirtuous Citizenship": Ethnicity and Encapsulation among Akan-Speaking Ghanaian Methodists in London(Word Document)

Mattia Fumanti


Management of remittances and family compound by the first spouses: Evidence from Gambians and Senegalese women(Word Document)

Papa Sow


Surviving in Hostile Grounds: Transmigrants in Johannesburg(Word Document)

Petkou Chamba Lawrence (PhD)
Department of Sociology and Population Development Studies


The Transnational Social Question: Reom Social Protection to Social inequaities(Powerpoint Presentation)

Thomas Faist


The Geopolitics of collective remittances: Comparative prospects from Northern Africa and Northern India(Word Document)

Thomas Lacroix
International Migration Institute
Oxford University