The Chair for Development Theory and Policy is looking for a research assistant in support of the EUCOR funded project ‘Making Infrastructure Global?´
In "The Interpreter" Antje Missbach and Franzisca Zanker write about Gambia's reasons for taking the crimes against the Rohingyas to court.
The 2020 summer school will run from 1st to 27th September and include an intensive programme discussing different aspects of governance and its challenges.
"The New Humanitarian" writes about the research results of Franzisca Zanker&Judith Altrogge on the effects of the deportation of Gambian migrants.
The Lord Mayor of Accra, Mohammed Adjei Sowah, visited his Freiburg counterpart Martin Horn and the University of Freiburg, where he also met Andreas Mehler.
After a successful evaluation by the BMBF, the "Maria Sibylla Merian Institute for Advanced Studies in Africa" is entering the second funding period.
Helga Dickow took part in the international colloquium of the DAAD-funded Centre d'Excellence de Gouvernance Locale en Afrique (CEGLA) in Niamey.
Leonie Jegen presented the first results of the research on migration governance in Senegal in Dakar, co-organised with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
On the 21- 22nd November the WAMIG team met with academics and civil society activists from Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana and the Gambia in Accra.
Judith Altrogge and Franzisca Zanker write an article about the problems that the return of refugees to their homeland brings with it.