CfP: "Refuge Europe - a question of solidarity?"

26 March 2019

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We invite scholars from various disciplines to submit abstracts that make an original theoretical and/or empirical contribution related to the Common European Asylum System.

This includes but is not limited to asylum governance, refugee reception, borders, the Refugee Crisis, debates related to harmonisation and solidarity in CEAS and the politicisation of asylum. We encourage submissions that fit into one of the panels listed below. However, we welcome abstracts that go beyond these specific themes. Please submit your abstract in English or German (max. 300 words), indicating which (if any) specific panel listed below you wish to be part of, together with your name, institution/affiliation, short-biography and contact details via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by 15 April 2019.

 

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