Call for Submissions

Call for Papers : National Conference on " Migration, Diaspora and Development"

Venue: India International Centre, 40, Max Mueller Marg New Delhi
Date: 20 February 2016 (Saturday)

Themes and Subthemes:
– Emerging issues in scholarship and understanding of migration and diaspora
– Migration and Economy
– Knowledge Economy and policies towards high skilled labour
– Engagement with diaspora through various policy initiatives
– Diaspora, Migration and economic development
– Diasporic investment and Entrepreneurship
– Remittances of both physical and social capital and return migration
– Impact and Usage of Remittance
– Globalization and changing role of citizenship
– Migration Chain
– Social, Psychological and Cultural life of Migrants
– Refugee and Migration
– Migration in and out India
– Diasporas in India
– Migration and labour, Migration and law
– Gendered migration,
– Biopolitics in migration,
– Regional Dimensions: Cases from Kerala, Punjab and other states affected by international migration
– Internal Migration dynamics vis a vis international migration

Important dates
Last date for receiving abstract : 15 October 2015
Communicating about selection : 5 November 2015
Last date for receiving full paper: 30 January 2016
Date of Conference: 20 February 2016

Link : http://www.grfdt.com/EventDetails.aspx?Type=Events&TabId=5098

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