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Approaching Contemporary Challenges of Global Migration

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A two-day conference on law and policy; identity, integration, and education; and representations of the migrant in drama and music.

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Sustainable responses to the diversity and complexity of contemporary migration demand a greater consideration of a range of issues: from legislative and policy design, to conceptions of self and identify in modern societies. This conference hopes to provide a platform for such considerations.

The TU Dublin School of Languages, Law, and Social Science is proud to present a programme featuring national and international perspectives on law and policy; identity, integration, and education; ongoing crises and emergency responses thereto; and representations of the migrant in literature, film, and music.

Keynote speakers over the two days include:

  • Sorcha Pollak, Irish Times journalist and author of New to the Parish
  • Steven Loyal, Associate Professor at the School of Sociology, University College Dublin
  • Vukašin Nedeljković, Curator of the Asylum Archive and PhD Candidate at TU Dublin
  • Hugo Salcedo Larios, celebrated playwright, Iberoamericana University

The conference hopes to engage academics, practitioners, government representatives, NGOs, artists, and crucially, those directly impacted by migration law and policy.

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