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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 7th 11.15 - 12.45 Room H1

1A  Olga Jurasz (Aberystwyth )
       "Gender, war and asylum- why the EU does not want to let the ladies in first?"
1B  Forough Ramezankhah (Keele )
       "Asylum Claims versus Asylum Stories: How Testimonies are Presented?"

Session 2: September 7th 13.45 - 15.15 Room H1

2A  Jessica Elliott (Bristol )
      "Human Trafficking in Context: The role of 'economic coercion' in determining who is, and who is not, a trafficked victim"
2B   Jean-Pierre Gauci (King's College, London)
       "It takes two to tango: law and politics in the protection of trafficked persons"
2C  Douglas  Cubie (University College, Cork)
      "The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement: what is the appropriate international legal framework for humanitarian responses to natural and human-made disasters?"

 

Session 3 September 8th 09.30 - 11.00 Room H1

3A  Heli Askola (Prato Program Convenor Faculty of Law, Monash University, Australia)
      "Migration, Care And Citizenship In Europe"
3B  Sonia Morano-Foadi (Oxford Brookes )
      "Third country nationals versus EU citizens: discrimination based on nationality
and the Equality Directives"
3C  Gill Wigglesworth
      "A legal perspective on the Roma problem in France" 

Session 4 September 8th 11.30 - 13.00 Room H1

4A  Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler (Oxford)
        "The Precarious Status of Recognised Refugees: The Case of Voting Rights"
4B  Zelia Gallo (London School of Economics)
       "The Legal Vice: Punishing Migrants in Italy"

Available Papers and Abstracts

The Legal Vice: Punishing Migrants in Italy by Zelia Gallo .
Asylum Claims versus Asylum Stories: How Testimonies are Presented? by Forough Ramezankhah.
The Precarious Status of Recognised Refugees: The Case of Voting Rights' by Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler .
The Legal Vice: Punishing Migrants in Italy by Zelia Gallo.
Third country nationals versus EU citizens: discrimination based on nationality and the Equality Directives by Sonia Morano-Foadi.
A Pragmatic Approach to “Fortress Europe”: The Desertion of the European Refugee by Nadine El-Enany.
Human Trafficking in Context: The role of ‘economic coercion’ in determining who is, and who is not, a trafficked victim Jessica Elliott by Jessica Elliott.
It takes two to tango: law and politics in the protection of trafficked persons by Jean?Pierre Gauci.
“Gender, war and asylum- why the EU does not want to let the ladies in first?” by Olga Jurasz.
The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement: what is the appropriate international legal framework for humanitarian responses to natural and human-made disasters? by Dug Cubie.
Migration, Care And Citizenship In Europe by Heli Askola .
From integration to assimilation: the rejection of the “two-way process” by Anne Neylon.