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IMISCOE Annual Conference

On June 30, 2022, the VULNER panel entitled “‘Vulnerability’, a Bureaucratic Category in the Making: Promises, Challenges and Pitfalls” took place at the IMISCOE Annual Conference in Oslo. more

Max Planck Law Seminar on the Crises of International Refugee Law

On June 29, 2022, Luc Leboeuf, VULNER scientific coordinator, spoke at the seminar on 'The Crises of International Refugee Law' organized by Max Planck Law at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory in Frankfurt, as part of the inaugural Max Planck Law / University of Toronto joint lecture featuring Seyla Benhabib. more

Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion

June 17, 2022

Jakob Junghans, VULNER member of the German team, participated in the panel discussion 'Ankommen – Integrationsprozesse in Deutschland' on integration of refugees in Germany together with Reem (Common Voices, Radio Corax) and Prof. Dr. Nina Glick Schiller (Manchester, /Halle/Saale) on June 17, 2022. more

Published Article

Published Article

June 07, 2022

Luc Leboeuf, VULNER's scientific coordinator, authored the article 'The Juridification of ‘Vulnerability’ through EU Asylum Law: The Quest for Bridging the Gap between the Law and Asylum Applicants’ Experiences', which belongs to the LAWS Special Issue Vulnerability and the Legal Protection of Migrants: A Critical Look at the Canadian Context. more

Workshop Participation

Workshop Participation

May 19, 2022

Luc Leboeuf, VULNER's scientific coordinator, speaks at the Max Planck Law Training "Law and Anthropology: Rethinking Normativities, Legal Dynamics, Approaches and Practices" taking place at the MPI for Social Anthropology, from May 18 - 20, 2022. more

Seminar

Seminar

May 10, 2022

On April 26, 2022 Delphine Nakache, leader of the Canadian VULNER team, and Jessica Schultz, member of the Norwegian VULNER team, led a seminar on “The Legal Protection of Migrant Precarity: Insights from Canada and Norway” at the University of Bergen, Norway. more

Published Article

Published Article

May 09, 2022

Anthony Delisle, graduate of the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa and Delphine Nakache, leader of the Canadian VULNERTeam, co-authored the article ‘Humanitarian and Compassionate Applications: A Critical Look at Canadian Decision-Makers’ Assessment of Claims from “Vulnerable” Applicants’, which belongs to the LAWS Special Issue Vulnerability and the Legal Protection of Migrants: A Critical Look at the Canadian Context. more

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