1. "Detention of Immigrants: Enforcement, Non-compliance, and Punishment"
On **8 March 2012**, Daniel Wilsher, a senior lecturer at the University of London's City Law School and author of the 2011 book Immigration Detention: Law, History, Politics (Cambridge), will give a presentation at the Graduate Institute on the increasing use of deprivation of liberty to enforce immigration policy and the punitive character of this form of immigration control.
TIME: 12:15 - 14:00
LOCATION: Geneva, 16 Voie Creuse, 3rd floor, Room 342
For more information, contact:
Michael Flynn, Coordinator
Global Detention Project
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2. The Refugee Law Initiative seminar series on International Refugee Law will continue on Tuesday **13 March**.
We are very pleased to welcome barrister S Chelvan (No. 5 Chambers) who will be talking on:
“Queer Cases, Great Law: The Fast-Developing Field of LGBTI Refugee Law”
Please note the updated title of the event. The event will take place at 17.30 in the Council Chamber, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR.
Please do not hesitate to forward this email to others in the field who may have an interest in attending. For further details please see www.sas.ac.uk/rli.
Dr David James Cantor
Director of the Refugee Law Initiative
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3. The sixth seminar in the New Challenges in Refugee Integration seminar series, organised by Refugee Law Initiative and Refugee Council, will take place on Thursday **15 March**.
It will be an open debate with the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees and will be chaired by Julian Huppert, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Cambridge.
The event will take place at 17.00 in Portcullis House, Parliament, SW1A 2LW.
Please do not hesitate to forward this email to others in the field who may have an interest in attending.
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Refugee Law Initiative
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