Nordic Asylum Law Seminar
University of Iceland, 29-30 May 2017
Seminar hosted by the University of Iceland Human Rights Institute and the Nordic Institute for Migration and Refugee Policy, in cooperation with the Icelandic Research Fund Centre of Excellence on Mobilities and Transnational Iceland
The overall theme of the 2017 Asylum Law Seminar is “Migration management and human rights – Refugee protection in crisis”. The chosen theme is to be interpreted broadly, but focus will be given to the situation in Europe and especially the Nordic countries.
Abstracts and workshop proposals should include author name(s), affiliation and short biographical information. The deadline for submission is 15 January 2017, and abstracts and proposals should be sent to [log in to unmask]
Please note that travel and accommodation costs are expected to be covered by the participants themselves.
Further information can be provided by Erna Kristín Blöndal, member of the conference organising committee at ( [log in to unmask] ). Other members of the committee are prof. Oddný Mjöll Arnardóttir (chairperson), dr. Vigdis Vevstad and Prof. Jens Vedsted-Hansen.
Information regarding, registration, seminar fees and final programme will be available in January 2017. The seminar website can be accessed at http://mhi.hi.is/nordic_asylum_law_seminar_29_30_may_2017_0
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