Summer School on Development and Migration – Human Rights Law Centre University of Nottingham
The Human Rights Law Centre (University of Nottingham) Summer School 2019 will run this summer from 24 to 28 June 2019 and will focus on the theme of ‘Development Aid and Migration’.
The Summer School faculty is includes
– George-André Simon, Professor of Food Security, University of Roma Tre
– Dr Jean-Pierre Cassarino, Senior Research Fellow at the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair of the College of Europe (Natolin Campus)
– Tereza Campello, Former Minister of Social Development and Fight against Hunger Brazil
– Giulia Crescini, Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration and Studio Legale Antartide
– Dr Ana Aliverti, Director of the Criminal Justice Centre and Associate Professor in the School of Law, Warwick University
– Anca-Elena Ursu, conflict analyst working from Bamako on the Sahel
– Polly Meeks, independent expert and former Eurodad Senior Policy Advisor
– Raphael Shilhav, EU Migration Policy Advisor and Deputy Head of Office, Oxfam EU Advocacy Office
– Likim Ng, College of Law, Australian National University.
Further details can be found here https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/hrlc/shortcoursesandtraining/summerschool/summerschool.aspx and the finalised programme here https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/hrlc/documents/summerschool/ss2019-programme-for-web.pdf