Papers

The following papers have been submitted for consideration:

From passive to active: Changing times in Diaspora engagement in Home Grown terrorism and Foreign Fighter trend

The most effective framework to capture and deploy knowledg in Sudan

Integrating Diaspora skills and expertise with infrastructure investment for high quality, easily accessible, sustainable services

Contextualizing social problems in the Diaspora: a case study of Sudanese youth in Malaysia

An Internet Mediated PhD Programme in Computer Science and Information Technology

Climate change, conflict and displacement: Disaster Risk Reduction in Sudan

Nutrition and dietetic services in the context to chronic kidney disease (CKD) and the need of diasporic engagement

Reflections on six years of knowledge transfer to Sudan - SMA UK&I experience

Review of the contribution and role of the manufacturing sector in the Sudanese economy

Open innovation in practice – Google versus Microsoft
The economic impact of migration on the welfare of ethiopian households

The integration of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) into a medical curriculum, an implementation model

Economic value of agricultural water in Sudan

Human trafficking in Eastern Sudan and its impact on Europe

North East arid zone development programme: diaspora partnership opportunity in research and development in the Sahel of Nigeria

The development of Sudanese future leadership: the investment in human capabilities

Research status and and profile of the second Didactic Dietetics Programme in Saudi Arabia: a response from a Diaspora of graduates

The role of diaspora’s multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) in sustainable rural development

Assessment of the use of treated waste water from oil refinery in irrigation, Khartoum-Sudan

The role of Sudanese expatriates’ professional associations across countries: A success story!!

Sudanese microfinance providers mobile banking adoption intention determinants

Clients confidentiality: threat to anti-corruption strategies in developing countries

Enablers and inhibitors of effective industrial policy for the Sudan