RLI 2nd Annual Conference
This RLI blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration was launched with a short series of pieces by leading presenters in our upcoming 2nd Annual Conference.
The RLI Annual Conference offers a dedicated annual forum internationally to share and debate the latest research and cutting-edge developments in refugee law. This year’s special theme – ‘Mass Influx? Law, Policy and Large-Scale Movements of Refugees and Migrants’ – reflects a need to re-examine complex issues surrounding large-scale sudden movements of persons across borders, as we build towards the Global Compacts in 2018.
For full conference details including registration, please visit our website.
See here for the conference programme.
Beneficiaries of International Protection in the European Union and the (Absent) European Protection Space
Blog post written by Dr. Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler, Associate Professor in International Refugee Law at the School of Law, University of Reading. Ruvi is also Editor-in-Chief of the Refugee Law Initiative Working Paper Series. Ruvi will present on the 'Crisis,...
The Imaginary of Mass Influx: Responses to Large-scale Movements in US Law and Policy
Blog post written by Professor Jaya Ramji-Nogales (Temple University) who will both chair and present on the ‘Mass Migrant Flows, International Obligation and Internal Resistance: Trump’s Executive Orders in Critical Perspective’ panel at the upcoming RLI 2nd Annual...
The 1969 African Refugee Convention: A Panacea to Mass Movements of Refugees in Africa?
Blog post written by Dr Marina Sharpe (McGill) and Tamara Wood (UNSW) who will both present on the ‘Mass Displacement and Regional Protection Frameworks in Africa’ panel at the upcoming RLI 2nd Annual Conference.
Too many migrants, or too many concepts?
Blog post written by RLI Senior Research Associate Jean-François Durieux who will present on the 'Mass Displacement and Regional Protection Frameworks in Africa' panel, and chair the panels on 'Shared Protection: Rethinking the Role of the State of Origin in...