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The following events are planned for October and November 2020:

Please register for the events on Eventbrite or Facebook in order to receive the link to our Zoom meeting.

1. The Double Bind of Refugees in Lebanon, Thursday October 8, 2020 at noon, EDT.
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2. Canadian Law and Refugee Rights, Thursday October 29, 2020 at noon, EDT.
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3. Global Updates: Refugee Protection and Empowerment, Thursday November 26, 2020 at noon, EST.
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Previous Events:

Winter 2020:


MAJD AL-SHIHABI, co-founder of MASRAD
"My grandmother is my archive": Open source software and democracy in archival practice
January 17 | 12:30 - 2pm | Peterson 116

MAJD AL-SHIHABI
Palestine Open Maps Mapathon
January 18 | 1 - 4pm | Leacock 738

ADAM LICHTENHELD, Yale University
Making Migrations: Population Displacement Strategies in Civil Wars
24 January | 12:00-1:30 | Leacock 429

BEHROUZ BOOCHANI
In skype conversation with Laura Madokoro (Carlton U.) & screening of Chauka, Please Tell Us the Time (2017)
Thursday January 30 | 4 - 6pm | Arts 160

DAVID FITZGERALD, UC San Diego"Refuge beyond reach: how rich democracies repel asylum seekers"
January 31 | 3:00pm | Ballroom, Thomson House, McGill U.
https://csdc-cecd.ca/event/speaker-series-david-fitzgerald/

MARTINA TAZZIOLI, Goldsmiths
"The Making of Migration: The Biopolitics of Mobility at Europe's Borders".
Monday March 9 | 4 - 6pm | Peterson 116

CAITLIN PROCTER, European University Institute
"Gaza and the March of Return Protests" & screening of Gaza (2019, dir. Andrew McConnell and Gary Keane)
Monday March 16 | 4 - 6pm | Peterson 116

CRISTIANA GIORDANO,
UC Davis
In dialogue with Lisa Stevenson & screening of Era Un Lunes (It was a Monday)
April 1 | 4 - 6pm | Wendy Patrick Room, Wilson Hall




















Fall 2019:

Friday 27 September, 12:00-1:30 –

Jane McAdam (University of New South Wales)

“A Month, a Year, a Decade? The Temporal Capacity of International Protection for Refugees and other Forced Migrants”
Location: New Chancellor Day Hall 201 (Lunch provided)Co-hosted with the Oppenheimer Chair in Public International Law and the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism
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Thursday 10 October, 12:00-1:30 –

Martha Balaguera (University of Toronto)

“Refuge as Punishment: Everyday Struggles of Central American Asylum Seekers in Southern California”
Location: Peterson 116 (Lunch provided)
Co-hosted with the Institute for the Study of International Development (ISID), Réseau d’études latino-américaines de Montréal (RELAM) and Équipe de recherche interuniversitaire sur l’inclusion et la gouvernance en Amérique latine (ERIGAL)

Friday 8 November, 12:00-1:30 –

Stephanie Schwartz (University of Southern California)

“After Displacement: Returnees in International Politics”
Location: Leacock 429 (Lunch provided)
Co-hosted with the Centre for International Peace and Security Studies (CIPSS)

Friday 15 November, 12:00-1:30 –

Philippe Borbeau (Université Laval)

“Resilience and World Politics: Inducing the Securitisation of International Migration”
Location: Leacock 429 (Lunch provided)
Co-hosted with the Centre for International Peace and Security Studies (CIPSS)

Monday 2 December, 12:00-2:00 –

Jill Hanley (McGill University), Sabine Lehr (Royal Roads University/Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria), Geoff Cameron (University of Toronto)

“Refugee resettlement to Canada: Outcomes and challenges”
Location: Wendy Patrick Room, 118 Wilson Hall (Lunch provided)





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