Third post: How do African local authorities make use of transnational action to address the city-migration-governance paradox?
by Janina Stürner-Siovitz
It is important to highlight that at the time of writing, only few local authorities in Africa are directly engaging in questions of migration. Nevertheless, research shows that in the last years a growing number of African local authorities have started participating in transnational projects and networks that provide them with various opportunities:Continue reading “African intermediary cities as actors in urban migration governance. A blog mini-series by Janina Stürner-Siovitz (4)”