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Return Migration, Reintegration and Sense of Belonging. The Case of Skilled Ghanaian Returnees

is the title of the recently published book by Kwaku Arhin-Sam at Nomos-Verlag.

Panel discussion: Restitution - What belongs to whom?

on questions of restitution, provenance and the handling of ritual objects on 2nd June 2019 11:30 a.m. at the Kommunales Kino Freiburg with Prof. Dr. Albert Gouaffo (West Cameroon), Dr. Anette Rein (Frankfurt am Main) and Tina Brüderlin (Freiburg).

Managing or restricting movement? Diverging approaches of African and European migration governance

is the title of an article by Franzisca Zanker in the recently published book "Comparative Migration Studies 2019".

CEGLA Conference at ABI

From 28th April to 5th May 2019, over 50 members of the international project team of the DAAD-funded "Centre d'Excellence de Gouvernance Locale en Afrique" (CEGLA) met at the University of Public Administration in Kehl and at the ABI in Freiburg.

Fabricio Rodríguez holds a lecture on China's relations with Latin America in times of a changing world order

at the partner university of the University of Freiburg in Nanjing.

"Postscript: The Global Compact for Migration: what road from Marrakech?“

is the title of an article by Stefan Rother in the recently published book "Migration, Civil Society and Global Governance“.

"Bringing the Ferrymen into the Dock: Underage Indonesians as ‘People Smugglers’ in Transporting Asylum Seekers and Refugees to Australia"

is the title of an article by Antje Missbach and Wayne Palmer in the recently published book "Critical Insights on Irregular Migration Facilitation: Global Perspectives".

Lewis Turner receives the Shirin M. Rai Dissertation Prize

awarded by the Political Studies Association (PSA). The prize is given for the best PhD dissertation in the field of international relations.

The EU's role in migration from Africa

The annual Global Solutions Summit brings together international research organisations, independent researchers and decision-makers from political, business and civil society backgrounds to develop policy recommendations for the G20 framework. Over 1,600 participants from 120 countries met in Berlin again this year.

Workshop Report

In March Antje Missbach participated in a workshop at Universitas Indonesia, Depok on "Treatment of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Indonesia". Indonesian and Australian scientists had invited.

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