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World Refugee Day 2011

World Refugee Day A Celebration of Service

16 February 2011

The Right to Seek Asylum:  Interception at Sea and the Principle of non-Refoulement
Inaugural lecture delivered byProf. Guy GOODWIN-GILL University of Oxford 

Address: Palais des Académies - Salle Albert II 1 rue Ducale à 1000 Bruxelles
http://www.ulb.ac.be/iee/fwa/Goodwin-Gill.pdf


Becoming British citizens? The Experiences and Opinions of Refugees Living in Scotland
When: 10 Feb 2011 - 13:30 - 16:30
Where: Glasgow Parish Halls, 266 George Street, Glasgow G1 1QX
This seminar will focus on citizenship policy. The event is also the launch of Strathclyde University and Scottish Refugee Council
research examining the experiences and opinions of refugees living in Scotland towards the UK citizenship process and their views on becoming British


Which legal migration policy for the European Union?

 

EU Conference on Integration The added value of a regional and local approach – Ghent, 25-26 November 2010 

In the context of the Belgian EU-presidency, the Flemish minister of Integration and Inburgering Gent are organizing a two-day conference on integration.
This meeting is to take place in Ghent from the 25th until the 26th of November 2010.
 
Description
Building on the experiences in the integration field in the different EU-member states, the Flemish minister wishes to take integration to a next level and discuss the added value of a regional and local approach towards integration. The conference will gather policymakers, academics and NGOs active in developing, researching and implementing integration policies. The overall purpose of the conference is to show the value of exchanging knowledge and experiences of regions and cities in connection with the integration of migrants. The conference must be the starting point of a long term exchange, cooperation and improvement of the integration policy and implementation in regions and cities.
Programme
The conference will consist of a general part during the first day, viewing the whole field of integration, views, ideas and experiences. The second day the conference will go into depth and focus on specific issues such as language learning, social orientation, parent participation, social participation, career orientation and activities of migrant organisations. For the complete programme, please click here for day one and here for day two.
Registration
Please register for the conference by sending an e-mail to
kim.vercruysse@kompasgent.be.
After sending the e-mail, you will receive a formal registration form to complete the registration.
The aim is to gather between 120 and 150 participants from different EU countries who are either involved in policy making, academic research or implementation of integration policies and practices.
 
Conference: Which Integration for Migrants?
Interaction between the EU and its Member States
28 and 29 of October
 
A conference on migrant integration will be held in Brussels on 28 and 29 of October. In particular, the sessions will focus on European Integration Policy, mandatory integration schemes and the social effects of integration requirements. The event is organised by the Odysseus Network, the Centre “Migration Asile Multiculturalisme” (Université Libre de Bruxelles) and the Centre for Migration Law (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen).
 
16 February 2011

The Right to Seek Asylum:
Interception at Sea and the Principle of non-Refoulement
Inaugural lecture delivered byProf. Guy GOODWIN-GILL University of Oxford

Address: Palais des Académies - Salle Albert II 1 rue Ducale à 1000 Bruxelles
http://www.ulb.ac.be/iee/fwa/Goodwin-Gill.pdf

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Celebrate Human Rights Day with the Asylum Monologues

Asylum Monologues
Scripted by Sonja Linden; performed by Ice&Fire

Hosted by Coventry Refugee Centre and NCADC

Where: Council House, Earl Street, Coventry CV1 5RR - Diamond Room 2

When: Friday, December 10. 6:30pm - 9:00pm

RSVP to this free event by going to Asylum Monologues - Coventry Facebook
Call Jane Longville or Rachel Hicks for any questions 024 76 22 72 54
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