Introduction to Special Issue: Conceptualizing and Contextualizing Reintegration
Dr. Katie Kuschminder and Dr. Ine Lietaert, UNU-MERIT and UNU-CRIS
This event is an initiative of UNU-MERIT, UNU-CRIS, the UNU Migration Network and the RET-MIG network to launch the International Migration forthcoming special issue on Reintegration.
- Introduction to Special Issue: Conceptualizing and Contextualizing Reintegration
Dr Ine Lietaert, UNU-CRIS and Dr Katie Kuschminder, UNU-MERIT
- Reintegrating After Return: Conceptualisation and Empirical Evidence from the Life Course of Senegalese and Congolese Migrants
Marie Laurence Flahaux, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), LPED - Aix-Marseille University.
- Social, Human, and Positive Psychological Capital in the Labor Market Reintegration of People Deported to the Dominican Republic
Yajaira Ceciliano-Navarro, UC Merced and Tanya Golash-Boza, UC Merced
- Assuming Reintegration, Experiencing Dislocation – Returns from Europe to Afghanistan
Nassim Majidi, Samual Hall
- Towards a Definition for Returnees’ Reintegration Processes in the Context of Rural Ethiopia
Ashenafi Tizazu, Ghent University, Ilse Derluyn, Ghent University and Ine Lietaert, UNU-CRIS
- Evaluations of Return within a Mass Deportation, UNU-MERIT - Ethiopians experiences of return after expulsion from Saudi Arabia
Katie Kuschminder, UNU-MERIT, Zoe Ogahara, University of Copenhagen and Iman Rajabzadeh:
- Migrants’ post-return wellbeing: A view from the Caucasus
Ine Lietaert, UNU CRIS
- Question and Answer Session
Media credit: UN Splash / C. Masterson
Date: 12 November 2020
Time: 16.00 - 17.30
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