Louis Henri Seukwa, PhD, is Professor of Educational Science at at Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW). His research focus on: Pedagogical migration research, resilience and education research under conditions of flight and asylum, educational processes in the non-formal and informal sectors, Postcolonial Theories, international comparative and intercultural education research applying qualitative methods. He worked a lot on Monitoring and evaluation of employment and social Inclusion Program. His research outcomes has been awarded with tree prestigious scientific prizes, the 2010 Höffmann Academic Award for intercultural competence researches, the 2007 Augsburg Academic Prize for Intercultural Studies, and the 2006 Karl-Ditze Award for Outstanding Academic Work. Over the last years, he has been engaged in numerous EU projects on migration/flight and systemic integration. He has published extensively a. o. on themes related to education and cultural acquisition in non-formal and informal sector as well as to resilience and coping strategies of youngsters under conditions of poverty and migration. He is the Chairperson of the Presidium of the University of Applied Sciences - Hamburg for migration-related university development.
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