Migration

Migration is the core theme at DGAP that explores migration flows, policies, and debates in Germany, Europe, and beyond. Through the umbrella of the migration theme, DGAP aims to connect the work of its Migration Program with the geographic and thematic expertise provided by all of its other research programs. This approach allows DGAP to create in-house synergies among its experts, and to offer interdisciplinary and regional expertise on migration, asylum, and refugee issues.

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Recent publications

Enabling Migration as Adaptation

As the climate warms, more people will be forced or will want to move, both within and between countries. How do we ensure that migration is supported, equitable, and beneficial for migrants and for sending and receiving communities?

Author/s
Dr. Kira Vinke
Julia M. Blocher
External Publications

Migration Policy in South Africa

Lessons from Africa’s Migration Magnet for European Policymakers
Author/s
Ottilia Anna Maunganidze
Alia Fakhry
Victoria Rietig
Report

Smart Sovereignty

10 Action Plans for Germany’s Federal Government
Author/s
Dr. Christian Mölling
Prof. Dr. Daniela Schwarzer
Prof. Dr. Christian Calliess
et al.
Report

Events

Past events

12:30 - 14:00 | 20 Jun 2017

Problem Solved?

How to Tackle the Refugee Crisis and Migration to the EU

Why is it so difficult for Europeans to agree on how to solve the refugee crisis and the problem of migration in general? What can they do to address the root causes? What shape should a European solution take?

Council Event
Diskussion
Berlin
09:00 | 19 - 22 Jun 2014

Migration aus und nach Nordafrika

21. New Faces Konferenz zum Thema „Moving People – Implications of Migration for Societies and States in North Africa”

Zwanzig junge europäische und nordafrikanische Experten aus Wissenschaft, Politik und Zivilgesellschaft diskutierten in Tunis bei der 21. New Faces Konferenz des EU-Middle East Forum (EUMEF) der DGAP die Auswirkungen von Migration und Mobilität auf Staat, Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft in Nordafrika. Die Konferenz wurde in Kooperation mit der Robert Bosch Stiftung, dem Auswärtigen Amt, dem Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen und dem Centre de Tunis pour la Migration et l’Asile durchgeführt.

Think Tank Veranstaltung
Diskussion

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