Date(s) - 17/05/2017
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On the 18th May 2017, a range of researchers, academics and practitioners gathered in Kampala for a discussion forum Migration, Youth and Agricultural Transitions: Emerging Perspectives, Global Linkages. The aim of this seminar was to build upon the large body of research carried out on migration and agriculture in South and East Asia by the International Water Management Institute and the CGIAR program on Water Land and Ecosystems. It sought to draw comparisons between the regions, while developing a research agenda to expand this work to East Africa. The meeting was hosted by Biodiversity International, and was funded by the CGIAR program on Water Land and Ecosystems, under their Gender, Youth and Inclusion theme.