WG 09.1: WG International Migration - Session I

Time: Wednesday, 25/Jun/2008: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Session Chair: Beatrice Knerr
Session Title: Contribution of EU-bound migration to livelihood security in poorer countries

See the session report.

Presentations

Capital and Human Flows between Europe and Latin America. A Complementary Relationship? The Case of the Andean Migration in Spain
Gemma Pinyol and Anna Ayuso
CIDOB Foundation, Spain

Some Characteristics of the Ecuadorian Immigrants in Murcia and their Influence in the Remittances Sending to Ecuador
Cristian Vasco
Ecuador

Remittance Sending Mechanisms and Impacts on the Conflict Ridden Area: Case of Somalia and Somali Migrants in Finland
Paivi Pirkkalainen
University of Jyvaskyla, Finland

Consequences of the Romanian Work Migration over the UE's Countries. Case Study: the Roma's Minority
Delia Popescu and Dorina Tanasescu
Valahia University of Targoviste, Romania

Migration and Remittances as a Household Strategy: The Case of Turkish Migrants in Germany (Poster Presentation)
Ertan Oktay and Idris Akkuzu
Turkey-EU Research/Training Center, Maltepe University, Turkey


WG 09.2: WG International Migration - Session II

Time: Thursday, 26/Jun/2008: 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Session Chair: Beatrice Knerr
Session Title: Migration as a Livelihood Strategy in the Policy Context of Sending Countries    

See the session report. 

Presentations

Circular Migration and Social Protection in Aceh, Indonesia
Treena S Wu
University of Maastricht, The Netherlands

Innovation in Africa: a Hierarchy of Developmental Needs and Acknowledging the Role of the Diaspora
Kimberly C, Ochs
London School of Economics, United Kingdom / German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Germany

Migration in East Java, Indonesia: Implication for Family Welfare and Rural Development
Wildan Syafitri
Department of Economics Development, Migration and Agriculture Policy, University of Kassel, Germany

Financial Development and Macroeconomic Stabilization through Remittances? Potential Contribution and Modes of Governance
Barbara Fritz, Christian Ambrosius and Ursula Stiegler
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany