Diaspora Organizations and Science Two Worlds, One Mission A Dialogue on Migration and Conflict. Today’s Program. 09.30-10.00: Welcome Stephan Kampelmann & Elise Féron (INFOCON) 10.00-11.00: Keynote speech Peter Hansen (Danish Institute for International Studies) & Ruerd Ruben (CIDIN)
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Diaspora Organizations and ScienceTwo Worlds, One MissionA Dialogue on Migration and Conflict
Stephan Kampelmann & Elise Féron (INFOCON)
10.00-11.00: Keynote speech
Peter Hansen (Danish Institute for International Studies) & Ruerd Ruben (CIDIN)
Transnational migration and development: the involvement of diaspora in post-conflict development processes
11.00-12.30: Transnational Communities in their host societies: Political Mobilization and Conflict Resolution
Speaker: Nathalie Perrin, Université de Liège, CEDEM
Discussant: Marusca Perazzi, Minority Rights Group International
14.00-15.30: Transnational Communities and Conflict Policies
Speaker: Hugh Miall, Kent University, CARC
Discussant: Jochen Hippler, Universität Duisburg-Essen
15.30-17.00: Without Romance no Future?
A debate on the integration of diaspora organizations in the development sector.
Do diaspora organizations and development organizations want to work together?
Peter Hansen – Ruerd Ruben
Employment/education (from 1880)
1997 – diaspora returns
Political refugees 1980s
1992 – returns
Exodus 1991 -
In billion US$
Hansen (2008): Diasporas and Fragile States
Remittances flows to fragile and non-fragile countries are about the same:
15 % of GNI
(but FDI to fragile countries is substantially lower!)
We wish you a fruitful seminar