Guest Lecture of Meron Eresso at the GSSC, 29th May 2019: Sisters on the Move: Ethiopia’s Gendered Labour Migration Milieu.
Guest lecture of Jonathan Ngeh in the World Science Café, 13th February 2020: Migration & Human Trafficking in the Global South.
Panel Discussion with Ulrike Lindner, Jonathan Ngeh and Michaela Pelican, 27th October 2020: Remembering Spanish Flu during Covid-19: Reinforcing Existing Inequalities or Opening up New Opportunities? Moderation: Amrita Datta, Web Talk Series: Corona Conversations: Mobility in a (Post)Covid Future.
- Meron Zeleke and Meskerem Geset (Ed.) 2020: Gender, Development and Women’s Rights Ethiopian Perspective. Center for Human Rights, Addis Ababa University: Addis Ababa. ISBN 978-99944-79-71-9.
- T. Tu Huynh 2021: Undetermined Identity: A Diaspora Scholar in China-Africa Studies. Journal of African Cultural Studies, 33:2, 210-217.
- Meron Z. Eresso, Tu Huynh, Fabiana Kutsche, Michaela Pelican, Ulrike Wesch 2021: Code of Conduct for the Research Unit "The Production and Reproduction of Social Inequalities: Global Contexts and Concepts of Labor Exploitation". Electronic Document: https://socialinequalities.uni-koeln.de/sites/socialinequalities/Text/Code_of_Conduct_Research_Unit_Social_Inequalities.pdf
This Research Unit is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation