Helga Dickow has read Ladiba Gondeu's book "Valeurs républicaines et vivre-ensemble au Tchad" and pays tribute to its topical subject, among others.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, migrant communities in the Global South have become immobile: four scholars give their perspectives.
What understandings and perceptions of Europe and the EU do Syrian "migrants/refugees" have? Dilshad Muhammad has reviewed an article on this.
Stefan Rother together with Susanne Schultz and Mary B. Setrana wrote on AMMODI Blog about Transnational Mobility and Skill Partnerships (TMSP).
With this book on legal pluralism German academy can take advantage of scientific debates produced in other parts of the world, writes César Bazán Seminario.
The Research Training Group 2571 “Empires: Dynamic Change, Temporality and Post-Imperial Orders” invites applications for: 4 * three-year PhD Positions.
Jemma Purday, Antje Missbach, Tamara Soukotta explore how race and racism developed and continues to exist impacting on the lives of Indonesians until today.
Many conferences have been moved online. What are the implications of "zoomification" for civil society's ability to participate and influence?
Helga Dickow recently published at the The Conversation on her analysis of the situation in Chad after the death of President Idriss Déby Itno.
Andreas Mehler gives insights into the bloody conflicts in Cameroon and Germany's role as mediator to Deutsche Welle.