World Science Café am KIT

Various lectures by escaped and endangered scientists

Human trafficking is a phenomenon closely linked to processes of globalisation and migration. In his lecture, sociologist Dr. Jonathan Ngeh will speak about the exploitation and abuse of Cameroonians who migrated to the Arab Gulf States. His analysis is based on data collected in ethnographic field research in Dubai and Cameroon. Dr. Jonathan Ngeh analyzes the phenomena of migration and human trafficking not only conditioned by, but also embedded in socio-political and power-political processes.

The event is part of the World Science Café series of events, in which refugee report on their scientific work.

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  • for all genders and agegroups

  • free of charge

18:00 - 20:00
Prof. Dr. Caroline Y. Robertson-von Trotha
Foyer des Präsidiumsgebäudes KIT, Campus Süd Geb. 11.30, Engelbert-Arnold-Str. 2, 76131 Karlsruhe