NOW PUBLISHED: The Critical Role of Diaspora in International Scientific Cooperation with the Country of Origin

The Critical Role of Diaspora in International Scientific Cooperation with the Country of OriginWe’re pleased announce the publication of The Critical Role of Diaspora in International Scientific Cooperation with the Country of Origin, edited by Allam Ahmed.

This book includes contributions by international experts and high level Diaspora from the public and private sectors across the world on the critical role of Diaspora towards sustainable and inclusive knowledge-based growth in the country of origin to ensure countries of origin are benefiting from their Diaspora and competing at the forefront of science, technology and innovation (STI).

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This volume includes selection of the best papers presented during the 3rd Diaspora International Conference of World Association for Sustainable Development (WASD) and Sudan Knowledge, held in London, UK 25-26 July 2016. The chapters in the book provide details of how to ensure relevant Diaspora groups are involved in the development and review of policies that impact on them or their country of origin. They are consulted with regard to the objectives and desired outcomes of the policy, and the best means of achieving them.

Articles from the book are now available to download:

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(p.039-059) Kadouf, H. A. “Contextualizing socio-legal problems of Sudanese youths in Malaysia: a case study”
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(pp.003-020) Shallal, M. “Return to the homeland: dilemma of immigrants from developing countries”
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(pp.021-038) Bannaga, A. “The development of the future leadership in Sudan: investment in human capabilities”
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(pp.063-076) Hassan, N. M. “A UNESCO ‘Arab Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) facility’: a key to building an innovation economy in the Arab region”
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(pp.077-087) Hamdoun, H. et al. “Benchmarking assessment of the ICT ecosystem in Sudan”
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(pp.089-100) El-Kafafi, S. & Cha, J. “Open innovation in practice – Google versus Microsoft”
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(pp.103-126) Aljaaly, E. “Research status and profile of the second didactic dietetics programme in Saudi Arabia: a response from a diaspora of graduates”
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(pp.127-137) Elmardi, A. S. “The integration of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) into a medical curriculum, an implementation model”
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(pp.139-156) Izzeldin, I. M. H. et al. “Review of neurology specialist visits to Southern Darfur”
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(pp.157-170) Khalifa, N. A. “Nutrition and dietetic services in the context of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and the need for diasporic engagement”
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(pp.173-189) Saad, S. A. M. et al. “Assessment of the use of treated wastewater from oil refinery in irrigation, Khartoum-Sudan”
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(pp.191-205) Gadzama, N. M. “North East Arid Zone Development Programme: Diaspora partnership opportunity in research and development in the Sahel of Nigeria”
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(pp.207-217) Abdelgalil, E. E. B. & Gali, M. E. “Economic value of agricultural water in Sudan”
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(pp.221-238) Dafa’Alla, A. A. et al. “Enablers and inhibitors for effective industrialization process in Sudan”
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(pp.239-255) Dafa’Alla, A. “Review of the contribution and role of the manufacturing sector in the Sudanese economy”
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