19 October 2011

November Events & Opportunities

There is a lot to keep you busy this November!

An Italian Renaissance: Jewish Refugees in Postwar Europe, 4th Annual Howard Adelman Lecture, Toronto, 1 November 2011 [info]

Protecting Children's Rights Through Multidisciplinary Forensics, Chicago, 4 November 2011 [info]
- Apply by 1 November 2011 for continuing education credits.

Conference on Critical Refugee Studies, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 3-4 November 2011 [info]
- "This conference uses the 20th century invention of the category of refugee as a means to compare the experiences of displaced persons across time and space."

Protecting Refugee Rights: The Importance of Independence, CCR Fall Consultation, Montreal, 24-26 November 2011 [info]
- Register before 4 November 2011 for reduced rate.

Conflict Situations and Migration Flows in the Mediterranean Area, Sanremo, 4-5 November 2011 [info]
- Organized by the International Institute of Humanitarian Law and IOM.

Asylum Division Quarterly Stakeholder Meeting, Washington, DC, 30 November 2011 [info]
- Register by 11 November 2011.

Beyond Asylum: Refugee Policy in Practice and How Refugees Experience It, 2011 East Asia Symposium, Hong Kong, 12 November 2011 [info]
- This symposium will bring "key actors from Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Macau and Taiwan together to identify gaps and solutions, debate the key issues, and challenge misconceptions about the most vulnerable population in Asia: refugees."

CFP: Journal of Internal Displacement [info]
- Submit articles by 15 November 2011.

Vacancy: Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellowship in Development Studies (Refugees and Forced Migration), Oxford [info]
- Three-year fellowship beginning January 2012. Apply by 19 November 2011.

3rd Annual International Symposium on Preventing Human Trafficking: Integrating the European Knowledge, Brussels, 24 November 2011 [info]
- "[T]his annual Symposium provides a platform to bring together case studies and best practices with important contributions from EU policymakers, major international organizations and NGOs from across Europe."

The Role of Native Speakers in LADO, Colchester, UK, 26 November 2011 [info]
- LADO refers to "Language Analysis for Determination of Origins" as is used in the RSD process.

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