For the 2016 Istanbul Human Security Conference (19-21 October 2016, Kadir Has University, Istanbul) we are looking for papers for the Panel 'Protecting the invisibles: LGBTI refugees in the context of EU-Turkey migration policies'.
Please see the CfP below.
A 300 words abstract, together with a short bio, should be sent no later than June 30th. Participants will be notified shortly after the deadline.
Call for Papers for the Panel
“Protecting the invisibles: LGBTI refugees in the context of EU-Turkey migration policies”
at the sixth Istanbul Human Security Conference
Theme 5: Responses to Refugee Crisis in the World
19-20-21 October 2016, Istanbul Kadir Has University
Conference information: http://www.istanbulhumansecurity.org/
This panel aims to analyze the evolving Turkish and EU’s migration practices regarding LGBTI refugees. The panel seeks to explore the current legal and political challenges regarding LGBTI asylum seekers in Turkey and in the EU. Specifically, it seeks to address the specific condition of vulnerability of LGBTI refugees with a particular focus on the recent EU-Turkey agreement. The purpose is to assess whether and to what extent LGBTI refugees can find adequate protection under this agreement and, more generally, in the context of EU asylum policies.
We welcome papers that tackle the issue from the perspective of political science and legal studies. Other disciplines are welcome too, as long as they can offer meaningful insights to the proposed topic.
Please, submit a 300-words abstract with your name, affiliation and a short bio to:
Maryna Shevtsova [log in to unmask]
Denise Venturi [log in to unmask]
before June 30th 2016
Please note that no funding is available at the moment to participate to the Conference. Perspective participants are therefore encouraged to look for funding.
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