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Friday, October 25 • 5:00pm - 6:30pm
African Migration II

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  • South African Attitudes toward Immigrants (Jones Terry-Ann)
  • Strategizing in Transit: African Migrants in Transit Think their way out of Neoliberal-Humanitarian Capture (Ampson Hagan)
  • The Effectiveness of the Counter-Trafficking in Persons Act in Kenya: 2010-2018 (Joanita Nantume)
  • Migration, Adaptation Theories & Cultural Disruptions In Kobina Sekyi’s ‘the Blinkards’ (B. Bana)
  • Contemporary Approaches to Migration Governance in Southern Africa (Tamara Last)
  • A Historical Relationship Between Migrancy, Nativism and Citizenship in Uganda, 1894-1995 (Nicholas Tunanukye)

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Nicholas Tunanukye

PhD Fellow, Makerere University
Nicholas Tunanukye, is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of History Makerere University. He specialises in Socio-economic History. His research interests are in the history of people's Identities, migrations and belonging.He is currently interrogating the implication of migrancy... Read More →

Friday October 25, 2019 5:00pm - 6:30pm EAT
USIU Business School B4 USIU Road, Nairobi, Kenya

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