8th November 2016
Time: 17:30-19:30 (followed by a drinks reception)
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
This event will examine the legal questions arising from the so-called "refugee crisis", looking at implications for International and European refugee law frameworks, the Schengen aquis and the Dublin system as well as for private vessels engaged in maritime search and rescue.
Beyond and through these questions, this seminar will also address the contemporary relevance of the 1951 Refugee Convention and the response of the European Union and its Member States (now and post-Brexit) as actors in public international law.
- Alison Harvey, Immigration Law Practitioners Association
- Kiran Khosla, International Chamber of Shipping
- Leonie Ansems de Vries, King's College London
- Helene Lambert, University of Westminster
- Ingrid Boccardi, University College London
- Hugo Storey, Former Upper Tribunal Judge (Immigration and Asylum Chamber)
- Mark Camilleri, European Asylum Support Office
This event is part of the Arthur Watts Public International Law Seminar Series sponsored by Volterra Fietta and has been convened by Jean-Pierre Gauci, Research Fellow in Public International Law and Jill Barrett, Arthur Watts Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law.
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This event is accredited for 2 CPD hours.
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- Individual - £40
- Full-time Academic - £25
- Full-time Student - £15
- Individual - £70
- Full-time Academic - £45
- Full-time Student - £25
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