CfP: The Interaction between State and Non-State Actors in Managing Migration and Asylum

Abstract Deadline: 1 July, 2020

The Law and Migration Academy (Accademia Diritto e Migrazioni – ADiM) of the University of Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) is launching a call for papers in view of the Conference “The Interaction between State and Non-State Actors in Managing Migration and Asylum“, scheduled on October 22nd, 2020 on the Zoom platform.

The working languages are Italian and English.The Conference speakers will be selected on the basis of this call, which is addressed to legal scholars (of all career levels), practitioners in the field of immigration law and related legal areas, third sector operators involved in rescue, reception and integration. The organizers may also consider the possibility to include in the conference panels one or more highly qualified personalities from institutions or academia as keynote speakers or discussants.

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The working languages will be Italian and English.The Conference speakers will be selected on the basis of this call, which is addressed to legal scholars (of all career levels), practitioners in the field of immigration law and related legal areas, third sector operators involved in rescue, reception and integration. The organizers may also consider the possibility to include in the conference panels one or more highly qualified personalities from institutions or academia as keynote speakers or discussants.

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