In an interview Helga Dickow talks about Chad's interim parliament, which is supposed to prepare Chad for a civilian rule and has now finally been announced.
Cita Wetterich recommends a book chapter that examines the ways in which conflict and migration are linked, lead to or even cause each other.
Rosa Lehmann highly recommends an article that draws attention to "gendered geographies of elimination" using the example of the indigenous Epera.
Dana El-Kurd and Benjamin Schuetze discuss their book publications in the current newsletter of the American Political Science Association (APSA).
In July the German-Namibian Commission for Extracurricular Lesson Materials Relating to Colonialism and Genocide met at the ABI for the first time.
Stefan Rother has read an article that provides a more nuanced view of the attributions of the Philipines in case studies of labor migration research.
In an interview, Benjamin Schütze explains his research, according to which Western money sent to Jordan to "promote democracy" strengthens authoritarianism.
Helga Dickow has read Ladiba Gondeu's book "Valeurs républicaines et vivre-ensemble au Tchad" and pays tribute to its topical subject, among others.
Stefan Rother together with Susanne Schultz and Mary B. Setrana wrote on AMMODI Blog about Transnational Mobility and Skill Partnerships (TMSP).
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, migrant communities in the Global South have become immobile: four scholars give their perspectives.