Wednesday, 19th October 2016
- 08:00 – 09:00
- 09:00 – 09:15
Prof. Katja Radon, Conference Chair
Stefan Bienefeld, Head of Division Development Cooperation and Transregional Programs at DAAD
Dr. Stefan Lauterbach, Head of the International Office at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
- 09:15 – 10:00
Keynote: Globalization as a cause for forced migration
Thomas Gebauer, Executive Director of Medico International
- 10:00 – 10:30
- Coffee break
- 10:30 – 11:30
Case Studies: Globalization as cause for forced migration
Central American Forced Migration: Expelled Populations and Policy Containment.
Prof. Carlos Sandoval-García, University of Costa Rica
Inadequate health systems in humanitarian and fragile settings: The impact on women and girls.
Dr. Gerd Eppel, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Interplay between Migration, Poverty and Climate Change.
Dr. Sukamdi, Universitas Gadjah Mada
The Impact of conflicts on human livelihood and natural resources – case study: Elfasher locality, North Darfur State.
Dr. Maha Ismail, University of Medical Sciences and Technology, Khartoum, Sudan
- Central American Forced Migration: Expelled Populations and Policy Containment.
- 11:30 – 12:15
Poster Session I
Migration in Egypt: Socioeconomic Dimensions.
Dr. Aly N. El-Bahrawy
Policies for a sustainable biomass energy sector in Malawi: Overcoming pressures from population and economic growth.
Employment and social protection of different kinds of migrant workers in Chile, 2006 – 2015.
Dr. Manuel Parra
Temporal migration: Number of days away from home and work-family interaction in Ecuadorian petroleum workers - A cross-sectional study.
Dr. Manuel Parra
Temporary migration in the healthcare sector: psychosocial risks, family interference and psychological distress in the Peruvian mining sector.
Dr. Manuel Parra
Spanish refugees in France and Mexico. A comparative study on the impact of political asylum in the integration processes.
Claudia Dávila Valdés
Working below skill level as risk factor for distress among Latin American migrants living in Germany – cross-sectional study.
Working conditions among migrant construction workers in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
Prof. Katja Radon
Working conditions of migrant domestic workers without Argentinian residency in Buenos Aires.
Prof. Katja Radon
Teaching and Training: The future of mental health care in Ethiopia.
- Migration in Egypt: Socioeconomic Dimensions.
- 12:15 – 13:30
- 13:30 – 14:15
Keynote: Environment as cause for forced migration
Dr. Benjamin Schraven, Researcher at German Development Institute (DIE)
- 14:15 – 15:15
Case Studies: Environment as cause for forced migration
Assessing employment, sanitation and local capacity in hosting households
of those displaced by Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan): The case of Rosario,
Christine Joyce Betia-Mendoza and Christirose Jireh Betia
Effects of climate change on natural resources, migration and conflict among
the pastoralist communities in Africa: The case of Northern Kenya.
Prof. Dr. James Biu Kung’u, School of Environmental Studies, Kenyatta University, Kenya
Water scarcity as migration driving force in MENA Region.
Handan Şahin, Bülent Topkaya, Akdeniz University, Antalya-Turkey
- Assessing employment, sanitation and local capacity in hosting households of those displaced by Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan): The case of Rosario, Cavite, Philippines.
- 15:15 – 15:45
- Coffee break
- 15:45 – 16:45
Case Studies: How to supply refugee camps
Capacity Building in Za‘atari Refugee Camp – Implementing a
sustainable waste and water management system.
Manal Ali, Technische Universität Brauschweig
Emergency Agriculture: "Refugees" food insecurity in Kenya.
Joseph W. Matofari, Egerton University, Kenya
Emergency response to the impact forced migration brought on mental
health in refugee camps in Southern Ethiopia: lessons learned.
Sisay Mulugeta (MSc), Dollo Ado refugee Camps, Ethiopia
Assessing the Impact of a School-Based Nutrition Intervention on Food
Security of Refugee Children in Lebanon: Findings from a Pilot Study
Nahla Hwalla, PhD, RD, FAND, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
- Capacity Building in Za‘atari Refugee Camp – Implementing a sustainable waste and water management system.
- 16:45 – 17:15
Poster Session II
Forced to Migrate: Forced displacements in Nepal by Natural Disasters.
Nagendra Raj Sitoula
Overview of Coastal Hazard and local migration in Semarang, Indonesia.
Prof. Muh Aris Marfai
Temporal migration due to Harmful Algal Bloom among artisanal
fishermen in Southern Chile.
Environmental Degradation as a Cause of Migration: Current Debates,
Gaps and Recommendations.
Ujvesa Pronaj, Rojina Haiju, Anne Biehl and Katharina Luig
Decades after resettlement: Livelihood of displaced Karen at the
frontier of Thailand.
Prof. Surin Onprom
Importance of micro-planning in the context of environmental
degradation triggered displacement in Bangladesh.
Penned cattle gained less weight during the rainy season than
grazing cattle in eastern Cambodia.
Flood integrated management in the Huong River Basin.
Prof. Thi Thanh Van Ngo
Point of use water purification by Bio-Fence System in Lake
Dr. Chrispin Kowenje
Treatment of filtrate from dewatering of thermal-hydrolyzed sewage
sludge using anaerobic membrane bioreactor.
Dr. Bing Wu
- Forced to Migrate: Forced displacements in Nepal by Natural Disasters.
- 17:15 – 17:30
- Summary of the day
- 17:30 – 18:00
- 18:00 – 20:00
"Beyond war and internal conflicts – contribution
of environmental factors and socioeconomic conditions on
Stefan Bielefeld, Head of Division Development Cooperation and Transregional Programs at DAAD
Rex Osa, Refugee and activist – Refugees for Refugees
Dr. Franck Düvell, Migration researcher at the Oxford University
Prof. Dr. Christoph Scherrer, Director of the International Center for Development and Decent Work
Camilo Sanchez, Manager of the Post conflict Health Policy at the Office of the High Commissioner for Peace in Colombia
Moderation: Dr. Jan-Martin Wiarda
Thursday, 20th October 2016
Open Space Event: Cross-discipline research and training to end forced migration – Linking Disciplines for Greater Impact.
On the 2nd day of the conference, Exceed Centers and their partners participated in an Open Space Event. This format was used in order to identify gaps and opportunities in cross-discipline research as well as to train on how to prevent forced migration, in particular focusing on environmental and economic aspects.
The speaker's presentations and some impressions from the conference are available for use from the Downloads tab of the Exceed website.