Prioritizing Africa’s Needs: how to strengthen Africa-German cooperation on migration

Ekoh, Susan
External Publications (2023)

published on, Blog Joint Futures 30, 01.12.2023

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Germany’s Africa policy must maximize co-benefits by focusing on the migration-development nexus, argues Susan Ekoh (IDOS). The government needs to mainstream climate change needs in migration cooperation due to the present realities and future projections of climate-induced mobilities.

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Ekoh, Susan S.

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