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Thinking out of the box 
through global 
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Superdiversity politics
Connectivity politics: the struggle for 
the city is a struggle for the world
Propinquity: the global becomes personal
Connectivity, propinquity and 
solidarity outside the box
Remittances worldwide
Remittances vs FDI and development 
aid in Senegal 
Stuyck, K. (2010) 
600 
500 
400 
300 
200 
100 
0 
2000 2001 2002 200...
Remittances: share of GDP
organisation
The birth of Global Politics: towards 
Urban Grassroots Globalism 
“Things will only change when Belgium realizes 
that no...
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Superdiversity and the political subject, Thinking out of the box through global migration, Maarten Loopmans (KUL)

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  1. 1. SSuuppeerrddiivveerrssiittyy aanndd tthhee ppoolliittiiccaall ssuubbjjeecctt Thinking out of the box through global migration MMaaaarrtteenn LLooooppmmaannss Social & Urban Geography Research Group
  2. 2. Superdiversity politics
  3. 3. Connectivity politics: the struggle for the city is a struggle for the world
  4. 4. Propinquity: the global becomes personal
  5. 5. Connectivity, propinquity and solidarity outside the box
  6. 6. Remittances worldwide
  7. 7. Remittances vs FDI and development aid in Senegal Stuyck, K. (2010) 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 Miljoen dollar Directe buitenlandse investeringen Officiële ontwikkelingshulp Remittances
  8. 8. Remittances: share of GDP
  9. 9. organisation
  10. 10. The birth of Global Politics: towards Urban Grassroots Globalism “Things will only change when Belgium realizes that no country is an island, that there are consequences for actions and that yes, the world has moved on. ” (C. Unigwe, 2014)

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