Abstract Acceptance List

Border Regions in Transition Conference (BRIT 2018)

Holding in Ibadan, Nigeria & Cotonou, Benin Republic

 

Abstract Acceptance List

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Name of paper presenter(s)

Paper title

Institutional    Affiliation

E-mail Address

1

Francisco Lara Valencia

Cross-border narratives of development and space: Imagined regions and identities in the U.S-Mexico Borderlands.

Arizona State University

[email protected]

2.

Alfonso Correa Coss, & Dr. Guadalupe Correa Cabrera

Mexican “illegal” migrants in the US: A human problem

George Mason University

[email protected]

3.

Irasema Coronado

Border management on the U.S-Mexico Border: Towards a more humane border

The University of Texas at El Paso

[email protected]

4.

Tony Payan

Paper tigers and imagined risks: Organizational culture and bureaucratic politics at the U.S – Mexico Border

Rice University and Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez

[email protected]

5.

Akhiro Iwashita

Fabricated Borders: Eurasian Continent and the Maritime Challenges

Kyushu University

Fukuoka, Japan

[email protected]

[email protected]>

6.

Buddhi N. Shrestha

Cross-border movement between Nepal and India and its challenges

Bhumichitra Mapping Co.

[email protected]

7.

David Newman

Where do we go from here? An agenda for border studies in the contemporary world

Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel.

[email protected]

8.

Matthew Longo

Ways of seeing (the border)

Leiden University

[email protected]

9.

David Newman

Thinking beyond the territorial box – shared spaces and separate powers in Israel/Palestine

Ben-Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel.

[email protected]

10.

Mikhail Alexseev

A geo-emotional way out of the conflict trap: War exposure and public preferences for settling territorial conflict in Eastern Ukraine.

San Diego State University, CA USA

[email protected]

11.

Eleni Karageorgiou & Thomas Spijkerboer

The EU building borders: West Africa, Western Balkans and the Mediterranean

Lund University/Raoul Wallenberg Institute; Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

[email protected]

[email protected] 

 

12.

Martin Klatt

The territorial trap – How African borderlands cold avoid the deadlock of European cross-border region building.

Center for Border Region Studies, University of Southern Denmark

[email protected]

13

Imre Nagy

Different types of cross-border cooperation networks between communities on the external borders of the EU (Case studies: Serbia and neighboring countries).

University of Novi Sad/Serbia

[email protected]

14.

Armelle CHOPLIN

Cement crossing African borders: the transnational geopolitics of cement in the West African urban corridor

French Research Institute for Sustainable Development, Cotonou, Benin Republic

[email protected]

14.

Tomas Komornicki

Who is crossing the Polish Eastern border?

Institute of Geography and Spatial Organisation, Polish Academy of Sciences

[email protected]

16.

Tajudeen Akanji

Farmers-herders conflicts and contemporary issues in transhumance in Nigeria.

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

[email protected]

 

17.

Eti Best Herbert

Trans-boundary migration in a globalized economy: Law and practice across the globe

University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

[email protected]

18.

Kudakwashe Chirambwi

The boon and bane of African borders: Whither community development prospects

Department of Peace Studies and International Development, University of Bradford, UK.

[email protected]

19.

Alidou Ibourahima Boro

Language Barriers as a source of conflict between border inhabitants: The case study of Benin and Nigeria.

University of Parakou

[email protected]

20.

Sossou Kofi Benoit

Criminalisation of child mobility in the 2005 Benin-Nigeria agreement of cooperation: necessity to change course for an alterity bearer of migration and development

University of Abomey-Calavi, Republic of Benin.

[email protected]

21.

Henry O. Mejabi

Rethinking human trafficking in Nigeria: Migratory trend, routes and security challenges

Center for Strategic Research Studies, National Defence College, Abuja, Nigeria.

[email protected]

22.

Dasam S. Ibrahim & Rebecca O. Aroriode

Countering trans-border crimes: Nigeria and her neighbors in perspective.

Center for Strategic Research Studies, National Defence College, Abuja, Nigeria.

[email protected], [email protected]

23.

Isaac Olawale Albert

The breached fortress Europe: Can dialogue make a difference in managing the ‘Suicide Crossing’ from Africa to Europe?

Institute for Peace & Strategic Studies,

University of Ibadan, Nigeria

[email protected]

 

24.

James W. Scott

Bordering as ethical confrontation: The case of Hungary’s border politics.

University of Eastern Finland

[email protected]

25.

Jerzy Banski

Eastern frontier of the EU and the socio-economic situation of border areas – The case of Lublin province (Poland)

Polish Academy of Science

[email protected]

26

Nick Megoran

North-South transmission of border-control knowledge: Central Asia in an age of nationalism

Newcastle University, UK

[email protected]

27

Christopher Sohn

The border as a resource: Reframing the concept

Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research

[email protected]

28.

Alise Dauchy

EU-Niger partnership: Discussing EU’s externalization of migration control from actants lens

Universite Saint-Louis Bruxelles

[email protected]

29.

Julien Brachet

Dialogue or hegemony: From border management to border closure in northwest Africa

Sorbonne University

[email protected]

30.

Kevin Quigley & Bryan Mills

“Set Adrift” Organisational culture and seaport security

Dalhousie University & MacEachen Institute for Public Policy and Governance.

[email protected]

31.

Leslie, Gross-Wyrtzen

“We are not married but I need him”: Gender and precarity among sub-Saharan women in Morocco

Clark University

[email protected]

32.

Adausu Taiwo & Yonmo Ebiotubo

The resurgence of maritime piracy in the gulf of Guinea: Nigeria the epicenter

Institute Superieur Formation et Professionnelle (ISFOP), Cotonou, Republic of Benin.

[email protected]

 

33.

Victoria Ekaete Isang & Issau Babatunde Tijani

The challenges of borderless border and border control in Nigeria

The Nigeria Immigration Service, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

[email protected]

34.

Chibuzor C. Nwobueze & James Okolie-Osemene

The emerging security community for cross-border cooperation around Lake Chad: Threat and risk analysis

Ignatius Ajuru University – Port Harcourt, Wellspring University, Benin City

[email protected]

35.

Usaini Aliyu

Impact of migration on economic and social development in the North

Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic Kazaure, Jigawa State, Nigeria

[email protected]

36.

Likka Lukeman

Changing key concepts of bordering Europe

University of Eastern Finland

[email protected]

37.

William F.S. Miles

“No development without security, no security without ecology” addressing

North-Eastern University, Boston, USA

[email protected]

38.

Willie Aziegbe Eselebor

Disentangling the policy tool of visa regimes in the securitization of borders

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan.

[email protected]

39.

Adedoyin Tayo Adedeji

Beyond the walls of national boundaries: Networking the separated travellers

Obafemi Awolowo University, ile-ife, Osun State.

[email protected]

40.

Jackson A. Aluede

Economic neglect of borderlands: The experience of Idiroko border town

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University of Lagos, Nigeria.

[email protected]

 

 

41.

Jesutimilehin O. Akamo

From Mogadishu to Malta: Trends, routes and challenges

Obafemi Awolowo University

[email protected]

42.

Luke Amadi

National identity, globalisation and reappearance of borders: Implications for North/South cross border relations

University of Port Harcourt

[email protected]

43.

 Bragdi Salim & Dakoumi Djamei

Changes and resistance in the borders of nation states: A case of Algeria

Universite salah Boubnider Constantine

[email protected]

44.

R.O. Oji

Nigeria-Niger Joint Commission for Cooperation (NNJCC): Model for the cross-border cooperation initiative of the African Union Border Programme

National Boundary Commission, Abuja

[email protected]

 

45.

Hugh Lamarque

On asymmetry and imbalance in African border towns

University of Edinburgh, UK.

[email protected]

46.

Titus Kehinde Adekunle

Bakassi’s land: After judgment, wither the people?

Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

47.

Benjamin Adeniran Aluko

Border governance and human rights issues at Seme border, Nigeria.

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

48.

M.T. Usman & Sama’ila Abubakar

Border policing, power networks and the dynamism of the Nigeria-Niger cross border trade.

Usmanu Danfodio University, Sokoto, Nigeria.

[email protected]

49.

Chris O. Ikporukpo

Boundaries and natural resources in the sea: Oil, Boundary disputes and the militarization of the gulf of Guinea

Department of Geography, University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

[email protected]

50.

D.P. Saredau & P.C. Obutte

Inclusivity and trans-border security under ECOWAS Protocol on free movement

Faculty of Law -Taraba State University and Faculty of Law-University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

[email protected]

51.

Chukwuemeka Emmanuel Mbaezue & Willie Eselebor

Migration and transnational jihadist networks: Implications for national security.

Institute for Peace & Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

52.

Ibrahim Maina Waziri

The history of migrations, migratory routes and the security challenges they posed on the state system since the 19th century in the Chad Basin.

Center for Trans-Saharan Studies, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria.

[email protected]

53.

M.O. Bonchuk

The search for credible conflict prevention and resolution strategy in cross-border conflicts in West Africa.

University of Calabar, Nigeria

[email protected]

54.

Bernard Steiner Ifekwe

A world without borders: A historical analysis of global conquest of border identities, 1972 -2001.

University of Uyo, Nigeria.

[email protected]

55.

Abonyi Nicodemus Nnaemeka*

Cross-border communities and the dilemma of development

Department of Political Science, University of Maiduguri.

[email protected]

56.

Akpabio Emem Helen & Olutayo Molatokunbo A.O.

Stereotyping gender roles among border security personnel at the Lagos-Seme border.

Gender Studies Programme, Institute for Gender Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]; [email protected]

 

57.

Amarachi Azumah*

Human trafficking and border security in Nigeria: A focus on NAPTIP and NIS

Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

58.

Adebajo Adeola Aderayo

Border security, small arms proliferation and migrant herdsmen terrorism in Nigeria

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ogun State, Nigeria.

[email protected]

59.

Sakah Saidu Mahmud

The political economy of development in cross-border communities: The case of Borgu region in Benin and Nigeria

Kwara State University, Malete, Nigeria

[email protected]

 

[email protected]

 

60.

Ilo Moses I. Olatunde

Developmental neglect in border management; A study of Yewa ethnic group since 1960

Tai Solarin University of Education, Ogun State, Nigeria

[email protected]

61.

Egugbo Chuks Cletus, Oikhala Gabriel Izokpu &  Osungboye Biola Muhibat

Governance, migration trends and security challenges in Nigeria

Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State, Nigeria.

[email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]

 

62.

 Morrison Umor Iwele & Ilabor Anthonia A.I.

Cross-border communities, crime growth and the dilemma of educational development in West Africa

Federal College of Education, Technical Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria.

[email protected]; [email protected]

63.

Sesan A. Peter

Porous borders and the challenges of organised crime in border communities in contemporary Nigeria: Issues of conflict prevention

Center for Conflict Management and Peace Studies, University of Jos, Nigeria.

[email protected]

64.

Opeyemi Ademola OLAYIWOLA

Cross-border cooperation and management of border regions in Burkina Faso: An appraisal of the role of African Union Border Programme (AUPB)

Pan-African University, Institute of Governance, Humanities and Social Sciences, Cameroon

[email protected]

 

65.

Aduloju Ayodeji

Appraisal of customs-youth relationship in Imeko-Afon border community

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan.

[email protected]

66.

Chinwike Lucky Nnadalu

The development agenda of border communities as a strategy for enhanced national security.

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan.

[email protected]

67.

Akhigbe, Allwell Oseahume

Unmasking language as a determinant of border security for Nigeria and Republic of Benin

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan.

[email protected]

68.

Ogunsusi Cecilia Enitan

Threats and risk analysis in border management against illicit traffic in artifacts in south-western Nigeria

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan.

[email protected]

69.

Chinweike Lucky Nnadalu & Akhigbe Allwell Oseahume

Short films as a media tool to address border security challenges

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]; [email protected]

 

70.

Tar Ngunan

The externalization of border control and its impact on third countries

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

 

71.

Ogbuze Chinedu Samuel

Libyan returnee migrants and the challenges of rehabilitation and re-integration in Edo State.

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

 

72.

Ogunniyi Oluwatosin J.

The impact of cross-border prostitution on border security in Nigeria.

University of Ibadan

[email protected]

 

73.

Udo Emem Michael

The colonial legacy of irredentism and its cross border conflicts in Africa: A study of Rwanda and Burundi in the Great Lakes from 1959 -2015

Institute for Peace and Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

 

 

[email protected]

 

75.

Komlan Agbedahin

Shared complicities, decolonisation and collective futures of West African borders

University of the Free State, South Africa.

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[email protected]

 

 

76.

Wanyama MASINDE,

Whither home? Regional integration, border communities and security in Africa

African Integration,

Nairobi, Kenya

[email protected]

 

78

Senayon Olaoluwa

“Beyond backpacking: Solo “Guerrilla” border crossing and the penetration of geographies of power in Olabisi Ajala’s an African Abroad

Institute of African Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

 

79.

Grichting Solder, Anna

Qatar: From Disputed Boundaries to Blockade. New Paradigms and Border Geographies in the Gulf

Harvard University '08, Geneva, CH

 

[email protected]

 

80

Sara MERABTI

Governing without government: Border management in Libya after the fall of Qadhafi

Political Science, University Paris East

France

[email protected]

81

 Ruth Adio-Moses

Health and Safety effects of female trafficking in Nigeria; implications for Border security transformation

Institute for Peace & Strategic Studies, University of Ibadan

[email protected]

 

82

Surv. Taiwo Samuel Adeniran &

Surv. Mohammed M.K

International Boundary Demarcation

Issues and Challenges:  Nigeria Experience

Office of the Surveyor General, Abuja

[email protected]

 

83

ACP David Iloyanomoh

Mechanisms of Cooperation in Criminal matters under

the Cameroon-Nigeria Trans-Border Security Committee: Good Practices.

Nigeria Police, Border Patrol, Abuja

[email protected]

 

84

Jibola Odusanya

North-South Dialogue On Border Management

Nigeria Customs Perspective

Nigeria Customs Service

Abuja

[email protected]

85

Jendele Hungbo

Awa ko ta Geesi’:  Mediating Coloniality and Communication of Difference in The Transborder Market Community of Ilara

Bowen University, Iwo, Nigeria

[email protected]

86

Glynis Clacherty

Creating a 'balance of stories' through art-making: Narratives of unaccompanied migrant children from inner city Johannesburg, South Africa

University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

[email protected]

87

Stephen Okpadah

The Postnormal Condition and Politics of Migration in Biyi Bandele's Half of a Yellow

University of Ilorin, Nigeria

[email protected]

88

Taiwo Afolabi

Border in Globalization:

Arts and Border Intersections in Border Management

University of Victoria, Canada

[email protected]

 

89

Femi Adegbo

Border in Globalization:

Arts and Border Intersections in Border Management

University of Johannesburg, South Africa)

 

[email protected]

 

90

Hervé Nicolle 

Cross-border communities and the dilemma for development

Borders as opportunities: the case of Agadez, Niger

Samuel Hall, Niamey, Niger

[email protected]

 

91

Hervé Nicolle

Nassim Majidi.

Pauline Vidal 

EU externalisation of border regimes and controls

Preventing re-bordering in the European Trust Fund for Africa

 Samuel Hall, Niamey, Niger

 

SKYPE

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

 

92

 SALIM  Bragdi &

Dakoumi Djamel

Changements et résistances dans les frontières des Etats-nations: cas de l’Algérie

Université Salah Boubnider Constantine 3-Algérie.

 

[email protected]

 

93

Godwin O. Ikwuyatum

ECOWAS Immigration Policies and Protocols and the Socio-Economic Development of Nigeria-Benin Republic Borderland

University of Ibadan, Ibadan

[email protected]

[email protected]

 

94

Fernand AZONNANNON

Lamine Cisse

National Laws and ECOWAS Treaties Protecting the Rights of Migrants.

Migration and Development,

Universities and LASDEL Laboratory

[email protected]

 

95

Fernand AZONNANNON

Prosper LOKONON

Vulnerability of migrants along migration routes, transportation and integration systems in the ECOWAS States

Migration and Development,

Universities and LASDEL Laboratory

[email protected]

 

96

Fernand AZONNANNON

Sotima Saï TCHANTIPO

Analysis on the conditions of migrant girls and women who are victims of human trafficking in the ECOWAS States

Migration and Development,

Universities and LASDEL Laboratory

[email protected]

 

97

Fernand AZONNANNON

Joseph MEVOGNON - and Fidèle KIKAN

 

Transborder child mobility and related consequences (in terms of child trafficking and economic and sexual abuse) in the ECOWAS States

Migration and Development,

Universities and LASDEL Laboratory

[email protected]

 

98

Monica O. Aneni

Migrations, Emigrations and the Abuse of the freedom of Movement in the Greco-Roman World and Nigeria

Dept of Classics

University of Ibadan

[email protected]

 

99

Lace Hadley

Cross-Border Economies: How Divisive are East Africa’s Borders?

Carleton University -Ottawa, Canada.

 

[email protected]

 

100

Staley Uwakwe

and

Willie Eselebor

Transhumance Mobility Challenges and the Prospects of Joint Border Governance in Nigeria

University of Ibadan,

Ibadan

[email protected]

 

101

Stephen Faleti

Re-Thinking (In)Security in Nigeria’s Border Environment

University of ibadan,

Nigeria

[email protected]

 

102

Agunbiade Doyinsola

Understanding Narcotic Challenge In Nigeria, Conflict Dynamics and Youth Bulge

University of ibadan,

Nigeria

[email protected]

 

103

Grichting S. Anna &

Zebich-Know, Michelle

The Social Ecology of Border Landscapes

 

Harvard University '08, Geneva, CH &

University of Vermont, USA

[email protected]