The Globalization of High Seas Interdiction: Sale’s Legacy and Beyond, New Haven, CT, 7-8 March 2014 [info]
- "More than twenty years have passed since the U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision in Sale v. Haitian Centers Council. In light of this milestone, this conference aims to bring together legal scholars, legal practitioners, and policymakers with both theoretical and practical insights into the extraterritorial migrant interdiction regimes that have emerged over the past several decades"; registration now open.
Course: A Comparative and International Approach to Human Rights and Refugee Law and Policy in the United States, Italy and the European Union, Rome, Wednesdays from 19 March-4 June 2014 [info] [programme]
- This course "is structured to allow participants to interactively analyze and compare
the historical development of human rights and refugee law and policy in its origin,
historical development and theory and its current practice in the United States, Italy and
the European Union by examining leading texts, current legislation, policy and case law
from each jurisdiction. The course aims to evaluate and discuss legal and social
mechanisms that could improve respect for human rights and the treatment of
immigrants, which can then be promulgated and implemented in practical work forums"; registration deadline is 15 March 2014.
A Sea of Troubles? Problematising Migration Law, 2014 Migration & Law Network Conference, London, 28-29 March 2014 [info]
- "The overall theme of our 2014 conference is the fluidity of migration law, in the face of its own contradictions, and multiple contextual, political and legal challenges. At the conference, we would like to give teachers, researchers and research students the opportunity to present their work, in a supportive environment, within this broad perspective"; registration now open.
CFP: Refugee Protection Outside of the International Legal Framework: Expanding Cross-national and Cross-disciplinary Collaborations, Evanston, IL, 27-28 May 2014 [info]
- "80% of the world's refugees seek asylum in non-democratic states, or states that have not signed the 1951 International Convention for the Protection of Refugees and 1967 Protocol, do not have implementing legislation or, if they do, do not grant refugees rights as defined by the Refugee Convention. The Center for Forced Migration Studies at Northwestern University invites submissions for a two-day workshop designed to promote cross-disciplinary discussion and engage researchers, practitioners and policy makers in the theoretical and practical issues, the lessons to be learned and the strategies for achieving protection in these states, about which we know far too little"; deadline for abstracts is 1 April 2014.
Towards a Common European Asylum System: The Legislative Package of Second Generation, Brussels, 8-9 April 2014 [info]
- Colloquium associated with a research project on "Recasting the Common European Asylum System: A First Appraisal." Watch for more complete information to be posted.
See also previous posts on "courses" and "summer schools."
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