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The Arab Spring and Beyond: Human Mobility, Forced Migration and Institutional Responses

A workshop hosted by the Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford Diaspora Programme and International Migration Institute on 20 March 2012.

Welcome and Panel 1: Revolution, asylum and mobility

  • Professor Dawn Chatty: Welcome (00:00:00-00:02:48)
  • Dr Oliver Bakewell: Introduction to Panel 1 (00:02:49-00:05:23)
  • Dr Clare Oxby: Touareg and 'sub-Saharan' migrants at the southern borders of the Arab Spring. A view from Tamanrasset, Algeria (00:05:25-00:25:28)
  • Professor Phil Marfleet: New migrations: survival strategies among Egypt’s youth (00:25:30-00:59:49)

 

Running time: 60 minutes

 

* Unfortunately due to a power failure Panel 2 was not recorded. We apologize for any inconvenience. *

 

Panel 3: Diaspora mobilization, transnational networks and civic society

  • Dr Nando Sigona: Introduction (00:00:00-00:00:45)
  • Dr Polly Pallister Wilkins: Traversing the Borderland: Migration flows and transnational activist networks during the Arab Spring (00:00:45-00:23:03)

 

Running time: 24 minutes

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Last updated Apr 18, 2012