Conference invitation: Contesting Violent Border Regimes - asylum rights activism and solidarity in Europe.

04 July 2022

Welcome to The Asylum Commission’s final conference!

Since 2015, the Asylum Commission in Sweden has brought together people with experiences of seeking asylum, researchers, civil society activists and professionals, to examine the migration regulations that have been implemented following the putative crisis in 2015 and trace their negative legal and social consequences.

In August 2022, we will bring the work of the Commission's inquires to an end. At the same time, we want to look ahead to new, border-crossing collaborations to promote a solidarity and migrant justice, and a world without borders. We gather in Malmö for an international conference. Here we will present the results of the Commission's inquires, and listen to testimonies from activists working in violence-ridden border regions of Denmark, Greece, Poland, Portugal and Turkey.

Date and time: 25 August, 9 am - 5 pm.

Place ABF Malmö, Spånehusvägen 47, Malmö, Sweden and online via Zoom. The Zoom-link will be sent out to registered participants prior to the conference.

Program
09:30-11:00 Presentation of the Asylum Commission (in Swedish, translation to English will be available)
11:00-12:00 Keynote-lecture by Claudia Tazreiter, Professor of migration studies, LiU
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-16:00 Presentations by asylum rights and no border activists from Denmark, Greece, Poland, Portugal och Turkey.
16:00-17:00 Panel discission on future visions for refugee and migrant solidarity

For more information please visit: https://liu.se/en/research/asylum-commission-final-conference

Registration form: https://forms.office.com/pages/responsepage.aspx?id=7Bg_kSZ_X0yoFnhP6aWO3dGZssYmQQZCtJy2HG_VddZUNTk5WFRCUFRSTTU4RzUzT09IUlJWU0Q5VS4u 


The conference is being organized by the Asylum Commission in collaboration with Flyktingsgruppernas riksråd (FARR<https://farr.se/>), REMESO<https://liu.se/en/organisation/liu/ikos/remeso> and ABF Malmö, and with generous support from FORT<https://forte.se/>E and Centralförbundet för Socialt Arbete (CSA)<https://www.csa.se/>.


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