Transnational Vulnerabilities in Governance, Employment, Health and Education: Finding Inclusive Solutions in the US and Africa
Recognizing that many vulnerabilities are transnational makes possible the discussion of solutions that transcend national boundaries. This conference aims to foster such discussion by bringing scholars and policymakers into dialogue with each other about the most advanced techniques for conducting social research and exploring how research findings can be translated into policies that are both inclusive and equitable.
For more information including the schedule and to register, visit the ASRI Biannual Conference page.
Co-sponsors: Center for Political Studies, Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (DAAS)
The African Social Research Initiative (ASRI) is a partnership between U-M and universities in Ghana and South Africa. Previous conferences in Cape Town and Accra presented the results of research by ASRI partners on economic development, public health, gender equity, distributive politics, and governance both in the United States and on the continent of Africa. ASRI's purpose is to showcase social science work on Africa by emerging scholars and provide opportunities for data sharing and analysis.