Welcome to the Kaldor Centre’s fifth annual Emerging Scholars Network workshop. Across three days this year’s entirely virtual event will feature the latestresearch on the following areas and themes: Discourse and network analysis•Empowering emerging scholars in forced migration: a UNHCR and UNSW signing ceremony and panel discussion•the Asia-Pacific researchgroup (incl.an update on Ryerson University’s CERC in Migration and Integrationand theLERRN initiative)•the Gender & Diversity research group•Law and responsibility sharing•Borders and carceral spaces•International protection•the Africa research groupWe are delighted to be joined by UNHCR Assistant High Commissioner for ProtectionGillian Triggs, alongside Global Academic Interdisciplinary Network Secretariat Chair Prof Geoff Gilbert, Kaldor Centre Director Prof Jane McAdamandUNSW Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)Prof Nicholas Fiskfor our second scheduled event onTuesday 10thNovember,Empowering emerging scholars in forced migration: a UNHCR and UNSW signing ceremony and panel discussion.
Please find the detailed programme here.
Registration for this Zoom webinar is available here: https://www.kaldorcentre.unsw.edu.au/event/empowering-emerging-scholars-...
With the exception of the above event, all our workshop sessions are available through the same Zoom meeting link(no registration required):
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://unsw.zoom.us/j/81597926311
Or an H.323/SIP room system:Dial email@example.com 18.104.22.168Meeting ID: 81597926311
Each speaker hasa maximum of 15 minutes to present, with 10-15 minutes for Q&A.
Our thanks go to Frances Nolan of the Kaldor Centrefor her assistance, and to all our participants for their generous contribution and hard work inmaking this event possible.