Workshop

Workshop

December 01, 2022

On December 1, 2022, Sylvie Saroléa, Christine Flamand, Francesca Raimondo and Zoé Crine, members of the VULNER Belgian team organise a workshop entitled Through the Eyes of the “Vulnerable”: Dialogues on Temporalities and Space’, which will take place in Brussels. more

Speaking Refugee - the VULNER Podcast, with Sham Jaff

Starting on December 1st, 2022, 'Speaking Refugee - The VULNER Podcast' will take you on a journey to Uganda, Lebanon and Belgium to explore the different meanings and facets of vulnerability and resilience. Hosted by Sham Jaff. more

Workshop

Workshop

November 24, 2022

On November 24, 2022 Cathrine Brun and Maria Maalouf, VULNER members of the Lebanese team, organize a workshop entitled “Dilemmas of Protection: Assisting Vulnerable People in Lebanon’s Compounded Crisis” in Beirut. more

Conference Participation

Conference Participation

November 16, 2022

On November 16, 2022, Luc Leboeuf, VULNER scientific coordinator, took part to the vulnerability experts conference organized by the EU Agency for Asylum in Brussels. more

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Workshop

November 07, 2022

On November 7 and 8, 2022, Giulia Garofalo Geymonat and Sabrina Marchetti, members of the VULNER Italian team organise the workshop Vulnerabilità in migrazioneat the Università Ca’ Foscari, Venice. more

Conference Participation

Conference Participation

November 02, 2022

On November 2, 2022, four members of the Canadian Team (Anna Purkey, Christiana Sagay, Dagmar Soennecken and Delphine Nakache) and one member of the Norwegian team (Jessica Schultz) presented a round table discussion at the Canadian Association for Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS) 22 conference titled “Vulnerability and the Legal Protection of Migrants: A Critical Look at the Canadian Context”. more

Published Article

Published Article

October 04, 2022

Luc Leboeuf, VULNER scientific coordinator, published the article ‘Lost in Translation? The Promises and Challenges of Integrating Empirical Knowledge on Migrants’ Vulnerabilities into Legal Reasoning’. It is part of the special issue Breaching the Boundaries of Law and Anthropology: New Pathways for Legal Research, which is edited by Marie-Claire Foblets, Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens and Michele Graziadei. more

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