Presentations

2017

* Transnational families: living (family) lives across borders. Guest lecture MA Population Studies at the University of Groningen, March 26
* Expert meeting ‘Sustainable Community Work’. Buurtbinders, Den Bosch, November 30.
* Migrant children’s mobility: Ghanaian children in Ghana, the Netherlands and the UK. ECRS Conference, August 31 –  September 2, Milaan
* Migrant children’s mobility: Ghanaian children in Ghana, the Netherlands and the UK. (Paper presented by H. de Valk). PartnerLife conference, July 27-29, Cologne
* Workshop ‘Migration Governance: Europe and Africa’, European Commission, DG RTD, July 10, Brussels
* Gendered labour market outcomes of study and internships abroad. A case study of the Netherlands. (paper presented by C. de Mol). IMISCOE conference, June 28-30, Rotterdam
* Stakeholdersmeeting, Ministry of Security and Justice, May 30, Den Haag
* Symposium ‘Women in Media’, Landelijk Netwerk Vrouwelijke Hoogleraren, May 18, Utrecht
* Werkconferentie Startimpuls, NWA (Nationale Wetenschapsagenda [Dutch national Agenda for Science]), May 9, Utrecht
* Expertmeeting ‘Migratiemanagement 2030’, KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences), March 17, Amsterdam
* Thematic Workshop and Masterclass, NORAFCE Welfare State Futures, March 15-17, Den Haag
* Mobile Welfare project meeting, Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning (IGOT), February 1-3, Lissabon

2016

* State of the Art conference, Ministry of Security and Justice, December 9, Den Haag
* Presentation Theme Group Migration & Migrants, NIDI, April 20, Den Haag
* (Un)controlled migration: border control and its implications, DAMR/WODC Spring meeting, May 27, Den Haag

2015

* Workshop ‘Migrant Families Living Across National and Regional Borders’, Maastricht University, July 1-3, Maastricht
* Migration & Migrants: Living (family) lives across borders. Guest lecture for MA Sociology at the University of Groningen, March 26, Den Haag
* The regional diffusion of divorce in Turkey. Dutch Demography day, November 25, Utrecht
* The regional diffusion of divorce in Turkey. Divorce conference, September 17- 19, Vilnius
* Relational trajectories and living arrangements among Ghanaians: The role of international migration. IMISCOE conference, June 25-27, Geneva
* IMISCOE Research cluster: Global Mobility and Familial and Intimate Relationships, November 16-17, London

2014

* Relational trajectories and living arrangements among Ghanaians: The role of international migration. Dutch Demography day, December 10, Utrecht

2012

* Does International Migration Lead to More Divorce? Ghanaian Couples in Ghana and Abroad. MAFE Final Conference “Comparative and multi-sited approaches to migration”, INED, December 12-14, Paris
* Does International Migration Lead to More Divorce? Ghanaian Couples in Ghana and Abroad. INED Seminar, Research Unit “International migrations and minorities”, November 22, Paris
* Caarls, K. & Mazzucato, V. Does International Migration Lead to More Divorce? Ghanaian Couples in Ghana and Abroad. Dutch Demography day, November 20, Utrecht
* Does International Migration Lead to More Divorce? Ghanaian Couples in Ghana and Abroad. IMISCOE Conference, August 29-29, Amsterdam
* Transnational Family ties between Africa and Europe. Ghanaians in the Netherlands and the U.K., and their left-behind families in Ghana. CERES Summerschool. June 25-26, Amsterdam

2011

* Does International Migration Lead to More Divorce? Ghanaian Couples in Ghana and Abroad. MAFE-project Meeting, Pompeo Fabra University, November 23-25, Barcelona
* Does International Migration Lead to More Divorce? Ghanaian Couples in Ghana and Abroad. “Changing Families in a Changing World” conference, Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR), June 16-18, Edinburgh

2010

* The Economic Determinants of Reconciliation in Rwanda. Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, June 28-30, Amsterdam
* The Economic Determinants of Reconciliation in Rwanda. International Economic Seminar, Deutsche Institute für Wirtschaftsforschung (DIW), March 1, Berlin
* Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda: The Role of Migratory
Contacts and Remittances. “Migration: a World in Motion” conference, February 18-20, Maastricht
* Workshop: Migration and Economic Development: Insights from original data collection and fieldworks. Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano, February 5-7, Milan
* Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda: The Role of Migratory
Contacts and Remittances. “Migration and Globalization: Current Challenges and Future Stakes” conference, November 18-20, Dakar, Senegal

2009

* Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda: The Role of Migratory
Contacts and Remittances. CERES Summer School, July 2-3, Nijmegen.