African Borders, Human Mobility, Continental Integration and Development
This project interrogates mobility issues affecting ordinary people and economically active human resources within and across the borders of Africa’s disparate states. It also explores the dynamics of cooperation and the governance of trans-boundary natural resources. This is in a quest to examine the relationship between the spatial mobility of borders and development, as well as the migration regimes within which states that share contiguous borders in given geographic territories are embedded.
Project leaders: Dr Chris Nshimbi, Dr Inocent Moyo (University of Zululand).