Date, time: 18th August 2020, 15.00-16.15
Place: Bergen Global, Jekteviksbakken 31
Zoom link: https://uib.zoom.us/j/63150226178?pwd=eUFKaWVBalp0UDZOdTEydkYxMTVEUT09
Lives of migrants and refugees are radically marked by law and its absence – they have far weaker and more precarious legal protections than citizens while being subject to harsher restrictions and controls. Increasing politicization of migration has further eroded legal protections, both at domestic and international level and harnessed the cruelty of the law, and the question of how refugees and migrants can be better protected in the current conditions is one of the big questions of our time. This roundtable will present research aiming to understanding the dynamics and impacts of the law as it relates to migrants and refugees – and possibly contribute to change. And we will discuss how the Covid19 pandemic affects their research – and conditions on the ground.
Roundtable moderated by Siri Gloppen (UiB) with Hakan Gurcan Sicakkan (UiB), Jeffry Staton (Emory University), Jessica Schultz (UiB) and Edgar Cordova (CIESAS, Mexico).
This event is part of the Bergen Exchanges on Law and Social Transformation. It is free and open to all. Please note that according to corona virus regulations all participants must keep a distance of at least one metre from each other and maintain good hand hygiene. Your name and phone number will be registered and kept for 10 days. If you have any respiratory tract symptoms you should stay at home.
According to the infection control measures, we need to have an overview of who is present at all times and thus kindly ask all who plans to participate to sign up beforehand via this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdkbDJM4caXtCkAoORiUBT-EexNr6_PP33olEAxNHLSkTVAHw/viewform?usp=sf_link.
Seating is limited, so first come, first served.
Photo by Adolfo Félix on Unsplash