Migration law
Programme and Papers

Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 11th 13.45 - 15.15 Room 3.33

1A   Anne Neylon, (University College Cork):
        'The creation of the "illegal" refugee in Canada
1B   C. A. Caroline Sawyer, (Victoria University of Wellington):
        'Citizenship and the Transformation of Nationhood in the Common Law'
1C  Alex Lau (Hong  Kong Baptist )
       Whither and Whence Hong Kong Migration Studies?

Session 2: September 11th 15.45 - 17.15 Room 3.33

2A    Moritz Jesse, (Leiden University):
         'Why Pre-Departure Integration Requirements in Whatever Shape, Form or Size are Illegal and Would not Serve Any Purpose If they Were'
2B     Bahija Aarrass, (Free University Amsterdam):
          'Social and economic rights in the ECHR: the relevance of the right to education in migration issues'
2C    Cliodhna Murphy, (University College Cork):
         'Decent Work' for Migrant Domestic Workers? Immigration Law as an Obstacle to Rights Protection'.

Session 3 September 12th 09.00 - 10.30 Room 3.33

3A   Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi, Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB):
        'Coherent and fair? In search of solidarity in the internal and external dimension of the European asylum policy'
3B   Jean-Pierre Gauci, (King's College London):
        'Of Ifs and Buts: A Comparative Analysis of Asylum Claims by Trafficked Persons'
3C    Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler, (Oxford) :
         'Out of Country Voting- the Refugee Context'
3D    Macca Teclehaimanot, Solicitor at Turpin & Miller LLP
         'Age Assessment of the Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking youth'

Session 4 September 12th 13.30 - 15.00 Room 3.33

4A   Perveen R. Ali, (London School of Economics and Political Science)
        "Protection vs. Integration: Shifting conceptions of vulnerability in refugee resettlement policy".
4B    Ana Aliverti, ( Oxford):
        'Punishing immigrants: a study on immigration-related cases in two English criminal courts'
4C   Sarah Singer, (Queen Mary, University of London):
        'Exclusion from Refugee Status: asylum seekers and terrorism in the UK'

Abstracts

‘Migrants as ethnic groups?' by Karin de Vries.
Citizenship and the Transformation of Nationhood in the Common Law by Caroline Sawyer.
The creation of the “illegal” refugee in Canada by Anne Neylon.
Why Pre-Departure Integration Requirements in Whatever Shape, Form or Size are Illegal and Would not Serve Any Purpose If they Were ; by Moritz Jesse.
Social and economic rights in the ECHR: the relevance of the right to education in migration issues by Bahija Aarrass,.
Decent Work' for Migrant Domestic Workers? Immigration Law as an Obstacle to Rights Protection. by Cliodhna Murphy.
‘Coherent and fair? In search of solidarity in the internal and external dimension of the European asylum policy’ by Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi.
Of Ifs and Buts: A Comparative Analysis of Asylum Claims by Trafficked Persons. by Jean-Pierre Gauci.
Out of Country Voting- the Refugee Context by Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler.
Age Assessment of the Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking youth by Macca Teclehaimanot.
“Protection vs. Integration: Shifting conceptions of vulnerability in refugee resettlement policy” by Perveen Ali.
Punishing immigrants: a study on immigration-related cases in two English criminal courts by Ana Aliverti.
Exclusion from Refugee Status: asylum seekers and terrorism in the UK by Sarah Singer.

Papers

Exclusion from Refugee Status: asylum seekers and terrorism in the UK by Sarah Singer.
Whither and Whence Hong Kong Migration Studies? by Alex Lau.
OUT-OF-COUNTRY VOTING – THE REFUGEE CONTEXT Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler by Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler.
Exclusion from Refugee Status: asylum seekers and terrorism in the UK by Sarah Singer.

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