GLOBAL (DE)CENTRE (GDC) ANNUAL WINTER SCHOOL: January 12-17, 2020 FORCED MIGRATION AND ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP

07 October 2019

Where

A global conversation about theoretical concepts, discourse and empirical research. Fundación Ortega-Marañón (FOM) in Toledo, Spain

Theme Winter School

For the sixth year in a row, the number of refugees in the world has increased by record numbers. Currently, one out of every 100 people has been forced to leave everything behind— either fleeing their homeland for an international destination or displaced within their own country. More than half are children and adolescents. Just like migration, as flows nowadays often tend to be mixed and overlap each other, forced migration affects our entire planet. And the closure of borders and the privatization of immigration detention centers means that more and more people, particularly women and children, who are forced to migrate end up imprisoned.

Important Dates

Application Date: November 20, 2019 Send your applications to Prof. Rosa Aparicio-Gómez (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Application should include a short PhD project description, a paragraph about your motivation and a short CV (1 page in total). 
Course dates: January 12-17, 2020 The course is worth one credit

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