The integration of the scientific knowledge in knowledge networks to support the development of society is one of the main goals of different disciplines, including Archaeology. Therefore, the contact with institutions that organize and provide scientific data in a big data format within an Applied Science perspective is essential to improve social best practices. And the workshop that took place yesterday, at the Humboldt University/Berlin, was an excellent opportunity to develop these reflections.
Entitled "Dynamics of refugees and perception toward their integration," the event brought together researchers from Germany and Japan, and was jointly organized by BIM (Berliner Institut für Empirische Integrations- und Migrationsforschung) and the Kaken Institute.
Themes such as migration dynamics and social policies were widely discussed. I thank all the colleagues who brought their experiences, contributing to the continuous search of best practices in both its scientific and social aspects.
I thank DAI (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut/Berlin) for the opportunity to be an invited researcher through the project “The contribution of Archaeology in the present and future of developing countries: applications in Brazil”.
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