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Palestine Refugees and International Law  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2015/03/13 - 04:00

This two day short course places the Palestinian refugee case study within the broader context of the international human rights regime. It examines, within a human rights framework, the policies and practices of Middle Eastern states as they impinge upon Palestinian refugees. Through a mix of lectures, working group exercises and interactive sessions, participants engage actively and critically with the contemporary debates in international law and analyse the specific context of Palestinian refugees in the Middle East (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the West Bank, Gaza and Israel).

RSC International Conference: Refugee Voices  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/03/24 - 13:00

The RSC's Refugee Voices conference, taking place 24–25 March 2014, will explore the voices and aesthetic expressions of those dispossessed, displaced and marginalised by the pre-eminence of the nation state

Armed non-State actors and displacement  

Primary Author(s): 
Ruaudel, Héloïse
Primary Institution: 
Geneva Call
Date Released: 
Fri, 2014/01/17 (All day)

Shifting the focus of migration back home: Perspectives from Southern Africa.  

Primary Author(s): 
Landau, Loren B.; Vigneswaran, Darshan
Primary Institution: 
African Centre for Migration and Society, University of the Witwatersrand
Development (2007) 50, 82–87.
Date Released: 
Thu, 2013/03/21 (All day)
http://www.palgrave-journals.com/development/journal/v50/n4/abs/1100435a.html

M.A. in Conflict, Displacement and Human Security

Primary Author(s): 
School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London
Primary Institution: 
School of Law and Social Sciences, University of East London
Date Released: 
Fri, 2012/06/15 (All day)

RSC Policy Briefing 9- Displacement, transitional justice and reconciliation: Assumptions, challenges and lessons

Deadine / Event Date: 
2012/04/30 - 04:00

 Written by Dr Megan Bradley (Fellow in the Foreign Policy Programme at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC), this policy briefing explores the links between reconciliation, forced migration and transitional justice, bringing into focus the ways in which displaced persons figure in transitional justice processes, and the potential implications of this involvement for reconciliation.

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