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Migration and Human Rights: Perception v Reality - Call for Papers deadline extended
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DEADLINE EXTENSION! 
New Call for Papers Deadline: 15.01.2015

Migration and Human Rights: Perception v Reality

16th Annual Student Human Rights Conference
 

9am - 5pm, Saturday 7 March 2015 
Law and Social Sciences Building, University of Nottingham

We would like to announce that the deadline for the call for papers for the 16th Annual Student Human Rights Conference Migration and Human Rights: Perception v Reality has been extended to Thursday 15 January 2015.   

This year, the conference committee will be welcoming papers from postgraduate students that discuss the following themes: 
  • Conceptualising the root causes of migration
  • Discrimination of migrants and equal access to economic, social and cultural rights
  • ‘Global’ freedom of movement: benefits and challenges
  • Scrutinising security and migration
  • The human cost of migration: vulnerable migrants
  • Modern slavery: combating trafficking and forced labour

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Student Conference Committee.

Kind Regards, 
HRLC Student Conference Committee
 
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