Migration Law Research Cluster

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The Migration Law Research Cluster will be organizing a series of lectures during the 2016-2017 academic year.

Further information will be made available soon please check the upcoming events tab below.

About

The Migration Law Research Cluster (MLRC) at Robson Hall is engaged in research on the intersections between law and migration, including the areas of immigration law and policy, refugee law and policy and migrant settlement and resettlement. The MLRC seeks  to build knowledge and understanding in these areas and to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and community engagement. The MLRC’s founding members are Professors Gerald HeckmanAmar Khoday and Shauna Labman.


Social Media

You can follow the MLRC on the following social media platforms:

Twitter@MigrationLRC

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/migrationlrc/

Blog pagewww.migrationresearch.ca


MLRC Conference Report

The “Building Connections: Refugee Research and Community Outreach Conference” took place at Robson Hall on March 28th, 2014. The report is now available.


Upcoming Events 

  • March 15, 2017, noon, Slater Boardroom (room 414) – Speaker: Dr. Gerald Heckman, Faculty of Law, Robson Hall will be presenting on the following:  “The scope of non-citizens’ rights to liberty and security of the person in immigration and refugee protection decision making”?
  • May 12-13, 2017
    Building Bridges Between Canada’s Indigenous and Newcomer Groups 2017 Conference

Past Events

Publications

Doctoral Dissertations

Conferences and Public Engagements

Media

 

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