David Kipp works on current issues of German and international refugee and migration policy. He is particularly interested in EU migration policy and how migration interests determine its foreign policy. Within the framework of the research project "Forced Displacement, Migration and Development", he deals with possibilities of action of migration-related development cooperations .Projects
Since 2016 Researcher in the project »Forced Displacement, Migration, and Development«
2009-2015 Advisor to Members of the German Bundestag, Berlin
2008 Research and Programme Coordinator, Development and Peace Foundation, Bonn
2008-2009 Project Assistant, »Germany Close Up - American Jews Meet Modern Germany«, Berlin
2002-2007 studies of political science, Otto-Suhr-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin
From Short-term Protection to Longer-term Perspectives
Are They Really Game Changers?
“Less for Less” Not Fit for Purpose
Why a Comprehensive Approach Is Needed
Cities Need International Support for Receiving Forcibly Displaced People
Greek builds a 40km fence on border with Turkey
Interview with David Kipp
How far should the EU go to reach its migration agenda? Researchers in Berlin looked at the cooperation between the EU and authoritarian states in Africa.
Challenges and options for the ongoing project of German and European asylum and migration policy