The Refugee Law Initiative is looking forward to our 2nd Annual Conference, to be held 5-7 June at Senate House in London, and to be welcoming a broad range of prestigious presenters to discuss this year’s special theme, ‘Mass Influx? Law, Policy and Large-Scale Movements of Refugees and Migrants’.
The full programme is now available online: http://rli.sas.ac.uk/sites/default/files/files/2nd%20RLI%20Conf%20Prog_DRAFT_110517(1).pdf
Please note, there are only limited places remaining so book soon to avoid disappointment. Registration available here: http://store.london.ac.uk/short-courses/school-of-advanced-study-events/human-rights-consortium/2nd-annual-conference-mass-influx-law-policy-and-largescale-movements-of-refugees-and-migrants
This year’s special theme 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. Our keynote speakers for the conference are:
- Volker Turk, Assistant High Commissioner for Protection, UNHCR
- François Crépeau, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Migrants
- Alexander Betts, Director, Refugee Studies Centre
- Loren Landau, African Centre for Migration and Society
- Alexandra Bilak, Director, Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre
For further information about the conference, please visit our website: http://rli.sas.ac.uk/annual-conference/second-annual-conference
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