Desktop Reviews / Études Documentaires
Jul20

Desktop Reviews / Études Documentaires

Le français suit The Canadian Association for Refuge and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS) invites submissions to a new blog series of Desktop Reviews. The objective of the Desktop Review series is to facilitate the sharing of timely information, knowledge and ideas about a range of issues relevant to the field of refugee and forced migration studies. Submissions may include short reviews of literature, secondary analyses, policies,...

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2020 STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST
Mar30

2020 STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST

The Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS) seeks to foster an independent community of scholars dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of Canadian refugee and forced migration research. The Association aims to engage students as active members of the Canadian refugee and forced migration research community, and invites students to participate in the eigth annual CARFMS Student Essay...

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CARFMS19: Program
May09

CARFMS19: Program

CARFMS19-Program-May-14 Download the program (PDF)

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CALACS/CARFMS Bridging Day
May09

CALACS/CARFMS Bridging Day

Bridging the Gaps: Understanding Current Mobilities in the Caribbean and Latin America and their Policy Implications Monday May 13, 2019 Accolades West 205 Abstracts (PDF) 8:30 – 9:00am – Registration and coffee 9:00 – 10:15 – Introduction – Keynote: Liliana Jubilut The Cartagena Declaration at 35 and protection of refugees in Latin America 10:15 – 10:30 – Break 10:30 – 12:00 –...

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Special Sessions
May08

Special Sessions

There will be two very early morning sessions with refugee students from Dadaab, Kenya and three film screenings during the conference. BHER Panels at CARFMS 2019 (both held in ACW206) Date: Wednesday May 15, 2019 at 7:30-9:00 am 1) Action Research in the Dadaab Refugee Camps, Kenya Moderator: Don Dippo (moderator) with undergraduate students in Dadaab presenting their action research projects (connection via Zoom) The...

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Keynote Speakers
May08

Keynote Speakers

Caroline Kihato, University of Johannesburg Stealth humanitarianism: Incentivizing the inclusion of urban displaced populations, lessons from the global south Over half of the world’s refugees or people living in refugee-like conditions now live in urban areas. This means over 7 million people seek protection in the world’s cities. Yet while raging debates over integration in Europe, North America and Australia continue, it is ‘cities...

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