Workshop "The Interdependence of Migration Politics and Demography"

Chaired by
Michael Bommes (Professor of Sociology, Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies (IMIS), University of Osnabrück, Germany)

  • Ayi Ayitey (Geography and Resource Development, University of Ghana, Ghana)
    "Managing Migration for the Benefit of All"
  • Jochen Baumann (Sociology, Humbold-University Berlin, Germany)
    "Why Temporary Work Programmes Fail in Democratic Welfare States"
  • Julie Y. Chu (Anthropology, Wellesley College, Massachusetts, USA)
    "Card Me When I’m Dead: Identification Papers and the Pursuit of Burial Rights in Fuzhou, China"
  • Oscar Gil (Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA)
    "Mapping Informal Labor Practices across Gender in a Transnational Forced Migrant Community"
  • Eiko Hasegawa (Sociology, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia)
    "Values that Matter: ‘Australian Values’ and the Politics of Immigration and Citizenship"
  • Joshua P. Hatton (Anthropology, St. Antony’s College, Oxford, UK)
    "Justice through Research? Family Rights, UK Migration Control and Home Office- Commissioned Migration Research by British Academics"
  • Gregor Heißl (Law, Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway, Ireland) "Deadly Immigration to Europe : The Situation of African Refugees Trying to Reach the European Union and Legal Remarks on the Idea of Asylum-Processing Camps outside of Europe"
  • Holger Kolb (Political Science, University of Osnabrück, Germany)
    "States and Membership – The Political Economy of Population Politics"
  • Li-Fang Liang (Sociology, Syracuse University, New York, USA)
    "Racialized and Gendered State: Migrant Labor Policy in Taiwan"
  • Katharina Ludwig (Political Science, University of Vienna, Austria)
    "Threatened Bonds: The Double Political Notion of Family and the Democratic Imbalance between Population and State in the Case of Undocumented Migrants"
  • Salah Mahdi (Labour Economics, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia)
    "Labour Shortages, Migration and Segmentation: the Case of Saudi Labour Market"
  • Danzan Narantuya (Sociology, National University of Mongolia, Mongolia)
    "Freedom of Movement or Visa?"
  • Tania Reytan-Marincheshka (European Studies, Sofia University, Bulgaria)
    "Challenges and Implications of European ‘Replacement Migration’ Policy"
  • Wei Shen (Geography and Urban Management, Loughborough University, UK)
    "Student Migration between China and Europe. Politics, Policy and Prospects"
  • Sebastian Sunderhaus (Political Science and Latin American Studies, University of Cologne, Germany)
    "Regularization Programs for Undocumented Migrants"
  • Dusan Ugrina (Comparative Sociology and Anthropology, Florida International University, USA)
    "Migrations and Population Politics in the New EU"
  • Anisseh Van Engeland (Political Science, Institute d’Etudes Politique Paris, France)
    "Population Politics in Iran toward Afghan Refugees: Migration Management and Human Rights"
  • Yan Wei (Demography, Xi’an University of Finance and Economics, China)
    "Rural-Urban Migrant Workers in China : The Vulnerable Group in Cities"
  • Esther Weizsäcker (Law, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany)
    "The Relationship between Migration and Pro-natal Population Policies from the Perspective of Human Rights Law in Germany"