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Call for papers: Deadline Extended - CARFMS 2017 Conference Call for Papers

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​​Forgotten Corridors: Global Displacement & the Politics of Engagement

10th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS)
Hosted by
Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives at the University of Victoria
in
Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA

15–18 May 2017

Deadline Extended to November 30, 2016

version française à suivre

Never before in modern history have so many people been forced to leave their homes and journey abroad for temporary or permanent settlement. According to the UNHCR Mid-Term report, “by the end of 2015, 65.3 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, generalized violence or human rights violations.” Much attention in the west has been directed at the steady flow of refugees leaving war-torn countries to end up on the shores of the Mediterranean. However, many of the displaced remain neglected or forgotten; travelling little watched corridors en route to temporary destinations in detention centers, refugee camps, or makeshift housing. These hierarchies of human mobility hide the precarious nature of the lives of millions of migrants, demanding attention and engagement to make meaningful transformations.

The Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives at the University of Victoria will host the tenth annual CARFMS conference from May 15th to 18th, 2017 in beautiful Victoria, BC. CARFMS17 will invite researchers, policy makers and activists from diverse disciplines and regions to discuss the parameters of global displacement, especially the experiences of those taking routes less traveled. We especially encourage filmmakers or producers to submit video documentaries.

Tables will be available for organizations and/or causes related to the conference to display materials. Please submit a brief outline of your organization, the materials you wish to display and whether you will have someone available to answer participants’ questions regarding your organization, cause and/or campaign.

KEY THEMES

• Hierarchies of (Im)mobility
• Politics of Engagement
• Indigenous Displacement and Resurgence
• Social Relations, Networks and Affects
• Bridging Knowledge/Praxis
• Transformative Encounters
• Artful Resistance
• Colonialisms, Imperialisms and Mobilities

• Environmental Degradation, Forced Mobility, and Counter Movements

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

To submit a proposal for a paper, workshop or complete panel, please submit the following information using this online form: tinyurl.com/hm4p429 

• Name of presenter(s)
• Institutional affiliation(s) or Organization(s)
• Contact information (email)
• Title of Paper, Workshop or Panel
• Short abstract or description (no more than 200 words)

For panel proposals please include a rationale for the panel as well as a title and brief description of each paper.

More information about the conference can be found on the CARFMS/ACERMF website: http://carfms.org/conferences/10th-annual-conference/ . Please keep checking back for updates.​


​CORRIDORS OUBLIÉS Le déplacement mondial et la politique d’engagement

​10ème Conférence Annuelle de l’Association Canadienne des Études sur les Réfugiés et la Migration Forcée

​​​​Mai 15-18, 2017me
Centre d’Initiatives pour l’Asie-Pacifique, Université de Victoria
​​Victoria, Colombie-Britannique, Canada

Date de soumission: le 30 novembre, 2016.

On n’a jamais observé dans l’histoire moderne un si grand nombre de personnes forcées à quitter leurs foyers à la recherché d’une residence, permanente ou temporaire, à l’étranger. Selon le Rapport du HCR, le nombre de personnes déracinées à la fin 2015, à la suite des persécutions, des conflits, des violences ou des violations généralisées de droits humains, était 65.3 millions. En Occident l’attention est attirée par le flux de réfugiés qui quittent leurs maisons à cause de guerre et arrivent sur les côtes méditerranéennes. Cependant, beaucoup de réfugiés sont négligés ou oubliés; ils prennent les routes moins surveillées vers la destination temporaire dans les centres de détentions, les camps de réfugiés ou les maisons provisoires. Ces types d’hébergement temporaire masquent la vraie situation de millions de réfugiés et demandent notre attention et notre engagement pour transformer effectivement leur vie.

Le Centre d’Initiative pour l’Asie-Pacifique de l’Université de Victoria accuiellera la 10ième conférence annuelle de l’ACERMF du 15 au 18 mai 2017 à Victoria, C.-B. L’ACERMF17 invite des chercheurs, des représentants gouvernementaux, des activists d’horizions disciplinaires et de régions différentes et particulièrment les personnes avec l’expérience peu connue pour discuter du déplacement global. Nous encourageons les producteurs et les cinéastes à soumettre leurs documantaires vidéo.

INSTRUCTIONS DE SOUMISSIONS

Les propositions doivent etre soumises via le site internet: tinyurl.com/ hm4p429​.

• Nom de participant(e,s)
• Institution(s) ou Organisation(s) affiliée(s)
• Courriel pour communication
• Titre d’essai, d’atelier ou panel
• Résumé de la proposition (200 mots maximum) Pour les propositions de panel, veuillez soumettre la motivation de panel avec le titre et le résumé de chaque essai.

THÈMES PRINCIPAUX

• (Im)mobilité sociale
• Politique d’engagement
• Déplacement et resurgence
• Relations sociales, networks et affection
• Rencontres transformatrices
• Résistance intelligente
• Colonialisme, impérialisme et mobilité sociale
• Dégradation environnementale Mobilité sociale force et contremouvement

Visitez notre site internet: http://carfms.org/conferences/10th-annual-conference/​


Sarah Close Humayun
Conference Coordinator
Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives
University of Victoria

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