- Winter Newsletter 2023, Issue 11
- <strong>Assessing Realistically the UNHCR’s “Supervisory Responsibility” in International Refugee Law</strong>
- CARFMS 2023 STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST / ACERMF CONCOURS 2023 D’ESSAIS POUR LES ÉTUDIANTS
- CARFMS23 Call for Papers
- CARFMS/LERRN Lived Experiences of Displacement Essay Award
CARFMS23 is being held as part of Congress (Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences). The registration fees will be broken down into two components:
- The Congress fees
- CARFMS conference fees
The payment of both fees is mandatory for all attendees, including organizers, speakers,
presenters, panelists, administration, management, and those chairing or attending a session.
Note: Congress registration can be a bit complicated, so if you need advice about which registration category you should be using, please contact Michele Millard at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Registration Category (CARFMS Conference only – Congress fees are in addition to the fees below)||Member Rates||Non Member Rates|
|Regular Independent Researchers and Individuals from/representing Government and Policy-Making Institutions (this category should be used if research projects, faculty or an institution will fund the participant)
|Underemployed, Student, Postdoc, Low Income Researcher, or K-12 educator (can also be used for an independent researcher without institutional funding, or Individuals from NGOs/Reps/advocates of “Refugee” groups)
Black or Indigenous Student (note that students registering under this category will have their Congress registration fees waived, however, CARFMS registration fees will still apply).
Congress registration rates are available here
To see the combined CARFMS and Congress registration fees, register at the links below:
You can register in English by clicking here.
You can register in French by clicking here.
Join or Renew Your CARFMS Membership Now
A membership in CARFMS enables access to events, services, and activities that will help you network with scholars and practitioners and will help you keep abreast of evolving research topics, approaches, and methodologies in the field of refugee and forced migration studies.
CARFMS23 registration fees will include a membership to the next conference (CARFMS 2025). CARFMS membership is mandatory in order to present. If you have a new or renewed membership after January 1, 2023, your CARFMS23 registration rate will be discounted accordingly, based on the category and term of your membership.
Registration fees vary with your income level and whether you are a student or retired faculty member or researcher. Please see our list of registration fees by category when available. CARFMS membership fees and donations are the main source of the Association’s operating and program costs.