Dilshad Muhammad

Dilshad Muhammad
University of Freiburg | Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg · Department of Political Science

Master of Arts

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Introduction
I am ALMA Fellow at Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institute (ABI) in Freiburg, Germany. my doctoral dissertation studies the local governance of forced migration in Turkey. In addition to migration studies, my broader research interests also include ethnic nationalism, and state-formation with regional focus on Turkey and Syria.

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Muhammad, D., Katman, F. “Tracing Kurdish Politics in Syria and its Prospects.” In Volume 3 of Routledge/ St. Andrews Syrian Studies Series. [to be published in 2021].
Research
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The NDC Explorer allows users to analyse and compare (Intended) Nationally Determined Contributions through interactive maps and bar charts, as well as country files. The NDC Explorer holds 60 different sub-categories divided over the following main categories: Mitigation; Adaptation; Finance and Support; Planning and Process; and 'Broader Picture'...

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The NDC Explorer allows users to analyse and compare (Intended) Nationally Determined Contributions through interactive maps, bar charts, and country files. The NDC Explorer holds 60 different categories divided over Mitigation; Adaptation; Finance and Support; Planning and Process; and 'Broader Picture'. The latter category includes (I)NDC coverage of other international debates including Sustainable Development Goals, fossil fuel subsidy reform, and green growth. The tool is developed to create transparency, trust and accountability and supports the global efforts for effective and ambitious NDC implementation. It also forms a basis for research on INDCs and NDCs.