19/9: PhD workshop Migration Management (Symposium)
- donderdag 19 september 2019Plaats in agenda
- 10:00 tot
Grotius Building, Montessorilaan, Nijmegen
Amélie Pomeon, Annick Pijnenburg, Mary Dickson
Maarten den Heijer, Nataša Nedeski, Henri de Waele
The DAMR (Dutch Association for Migration Research) is organising a one-day PhD workshop on the topic of Legal Implications of European Trends in the Externalisation of Migration Management. This workshop is organised in collaboration with the NNHRR (Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research) Migration and Borders Working Group.
The aim of this workshop is to gather academics and Ph.D. candidates working in the area of shared responsibility for extraterritorial acts in the context of migration management. This is a complicated and developing area of law and practice. Hence, a workshop which allows for the exchange of ideas between academics and junior researchers would be a unique opportunity to discuss and develop ideas.
Each session will begin with a commentary by the speaker based on a 2-page document written by the organisers. The documents will cover the central issues encountered in each subject. They will be provided beforehand to speakers and participants of each session. Following this, there will be a general discussion round between the speaker and participants. By structuring the sessions in this way, participants will be able to first hear the insights of an expert on each topic as well as receive feedback on their ideas.
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session 10:00 Welcome 10:20 Introduction Mary Dickson (CMR) Amélie Pomeon (CMR), Annick Pijnenburg (UvT) 10:30  Jurisdiction and Territory in International Human Rights Law and Public International Law Maarten den Heijer (University of Amsterdam) 12:00 Lunch 13:00  Shared Responsibility for Violation of Human Rights Obligations in Migration Management Contexts Nataša Nedeski (University of Amsterdam) 14:30 Coffee 15:00  EU Law Implications of Externalising Migration Management Henri de Waele (Radboud University) 16:30 Closing
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