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Events: Migration and Asylum Policies in Europe (workshop), Oxford, 6 June

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MIGRATION & ASYLUM POLICIES IN EUROPE 
WORKSHOP PROGRAMME 

Location and date: Oxford, June 6th - 7th 2013 
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The main goal of this workshop is to provide an ethnographic gaze on the process of adjudication in asylum proceedings in different countries across Europe. The contributors will explore some of the following questions: What is the articulation between political and administrative roles in the policy process? What is at stake when judging asylum seekers? How do explicit and implicit values, principles and emotions inform the practice of adjudication? How are they shared by judges, interpreters, lawyers, caseworkers, police officers and NGO advocates involved in the screening process? To what degree do institutional locations - the courtroom, police office, detention centre, international zone - mediate decision-making? How can the ethnographer engage with the field when it is crammed with mistrust? 

*The two sessions will be held in the Seminar Room 
European Studies Centre, 70 Woodstock Rd, Oxford 

Day 1 

15:00 INTRODUCTION 
Othon Anastasakis (Director of ESC & SEESOX, St Antony's College, Oxford) 
Carolina Kobelinsky (St Antony's College, Oxford) 

SESSION I 
Chair: Caroline Oliver (COMPAS, Oxford) 

15:30 Nick Gill (University of Exeter), Melanie Griffiths (University of Exeter) 
Fair and Consistent? Exploring court-based factors in asylum appeal decision making 
in UK Immigration and Asylum Tribunal Hearing Centres 

16:30 COFFEE BREAK 

16:45 Zachary Whyte (University of Copenhagen) 
In dubious process: 
Uncertainty, failure and communities of malpractice in Danish asylum centers 

17:45 Robert Gibb (University of Glasgow) 
Asylum Interviews, Transcription Processes and 'Mental Gymnastics': The Role of Protection Officers in the Production of the Interview Record in French Refugee Status Determination Procedures 

Day 2 

SESSION II 
Chair: Kirsten McConnachie (Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford) 

9:30 Anthony Good (University of Edinburgh) 
The role of facts in asylum determinations 

10:30 Barbara Sorgoni (University of Bologna) 
True lies. Asylum adjudication practices in Italy 

11:30 COFFEE BREAK 

11:45 Karen Akoka (University of Limoges), Carolina Kobelinsky (St Antony's College) 
Preserving Asylum, Discarding Asylum Seekers 
Representations and Practices in French Proceedings 

12:45 GENERAL DISCUSSION 
Moderator: Dimitrios Gkintidis (St Antony's College, Oxford) 

Covenor: Carolina Kobelinsky, 2012-2013 Deakin Fellow 
Logistics: Jelena Majerhofer & Dorian Singh 

The workshop is organised in the context of the 2012/2013 Deakin Visiting Fellowship at the European Studies Centre, St Antony's College, University of Oxford. It is sponsored by the Maison Franšaise d'Oxford and kindly supported by Paola Mattei (European Studies Centre).

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