Frank van Kesteren
Frank is a knowledge broker working for the INCLUDE knowledge platform. He previously worked on the Migration Trail living analysis and for the Post-2015 dossier at the Broker. Frank holds a Bachelor of International Development Studies from Wageningen University and Research Centre and completed a Research Master of Science in International Development Studies from University of Amsterdam. In his master’s thesis he looked at the impact of globalizing food markets on the cognitive capacities (i.e. skills and knowledge) of food consumers and their relationship with sustainable consumption in Argentina. He has an interest in inclusive development, sociology, the political economy and consumer studies.
The question asked at Broker Day 2019 was not ‘if’ the Netherlands can have a major impact on inclusive and sustainable development, but ‘how’.
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11 November, 2019
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In order to provide a clear analysis of current international migration flows and policies, clear definitions are required. The key terms used in debates on migration are outlined below. Some terms are followed by short discussions regarding the usefulness of the terms. An explanation on which terminology is used in the Migration Trail is also discussed.