Dr. Benjamin Schraven

Function: Researcher

Specialization: Social Scientist

Work areas:

  • Migration and population dynamics
  • Adaptation to climate/environmental change
  • Smallholders
  • Rural development
  • Food security

Responsibilities in education and training:

  • Person in charge of the training module „Study design“ of DIE’s Postgraduate Training Programme (since 2011)
  • Leader of the Country Working Group Ghana in the 47th course of DIE’S Postgraduate Training Programme (2011/2012)
  • Several courses on migration, quantitative research methodology and statistical data analysis (since 2007) for (i.a.): Ghanaian-German Center for Development Research/ DAAD –Center of Excellence in Ghana, University of Ghana (since 2009); Doctoral Programme of the Center for Development Studies, University of Bonn (2007-2012); „Training school on field research methods (qualitative and quantitative) in environmentally induced migration”, United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security (UNU-EHS) (2013); „Summer School on Renewable Energy“, University of Bonn (2012)


Refereed Publications

Non-refereed Publications

Opinion Pieces

Projects

Contact

E-mail Benjamin.Schraven@remove-this.die-gdi.de
Phone +49 (0)176 78024298
Fax +49 (0)228 94927-130

Highlight

Cover: Migration, risk management and climate change

Migration, risk management and climate change: evidence and policy responses (Global Migration Issues)
Milan, Andrea / Benjamin Schraven / Koko Warner / Noemi Cascone (eds.) (2016)
Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer

In the Media

Cover: Frankfurter Rundschau

Mehr globale Verantwortung. Zuwanderung nützt auch den Herkunftsländern
Frankfurter Rundschau, Gastwirtschaft
24 June 2015

Highlight

Youth poverty in Accra: urban livelihoods in informal apprenticeships

Schraven, Benjamin / Amelie Hinz / Pascal Renaud / Christina Rumke / Amrei Schommers / Axel Sikorski (2013)
Geneva: International Labour Organization (Employment Report 21)

In the media

Umweltmigranten: „Migration ist per se kein Übel“
Novo Argumente
15 October 2014

In the media

Die neuen Flüchtlinge
Benjamin Schraven and Steffen Bauer
ZEIT ONLINE
10 April 2013

In the media

Klimawandel: Migration als Anpassungsstrategie
Bayerischer Rundfunk
17 January 2013