Sami Nair

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Sami Nair (b. 23 August 1946 in Tlemcen) is an Algerian-born French political philosopher[1] who coined the term "codevelopment".[2][3] A specialist on migration movements and their socio-political effects, he advised the government of Lionel Jospin from 1997–1999, and the European Parliament until 2004. Since 2001 he has been vice president of the Citizen and Republican Movement.

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  1. ^ "FCG International Lifetime Achievement Award 2006: SAMI NAÏR". Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  2. ^ Council of Europe: Parliamentary Assembly. Working papers, 2005 ordinary session (fourth part), 3 - 7. p. 170. Retrieved 2010-06-13. 
  3. ^ Pau Vidal / Sara Martínez (December 2008). "An approach to codevelopment: The transnational migrating community: protagonist of codevelopment" (PDF). ISTR 8th International Conference. p. 5. Retrieved 2010-06-13.