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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons 'All the money I raised, I raised from Ghana': Understanding reverse remittance practice among Ghanaian migrants in the UK and their relatives in Ghana In the context of Ghanaians in the UK, Geraldine Adiku explores how migrant remittance practices are not only from 'developed' to 'developing' country; many are sent in the reverse direction, a fact largely ignored by scholarship on the topic Geraldine Adiku 09 Mar 2017
2 'To have and have not': International migration, poverty and inequality in Algeria Mouhoub el Mouhoud considers the effects of emigration on poverty and inequality by drawing on an original survey conducted in Algeria Mouhoub el Mouhoud 16 Jun 2016
3 Creative Commons Transnational health insurances and the involvement of Congolese immigrants in their relatives' health from abroad Looking at the impact of financial remittances on immigrant relatives’ access to healthcare via community-based health insurances Jean-Michel Lafleur 03 Dec 2015
4 Creative Commons FMR 49 - Building adaptive capacity in Assam A starting point for adapting to longer-term climate change could be adaptation to short-term climate variability and extreme events. Making more informed choices about the use of remittances can enhance the adaptive capacity of receiving households. Soumyadeep Banerjee, Suman Bisht, Bidhubhusan Mahapatra 18 Jun 2015
5 Creative Commons Family ties: remittances and support in Puntland and Somaliland Public Seminar Series, Trinity term 2013. Seminar by Dr Laura Hammond (School of Oriental and African Studies) recorded on 29 May 2013 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Laura Hammond 25 Oct 2013