13 Jan In-Migration Seminars at the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture
On Mondays throughout Hilary Term, the Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture will be hosting a series of interdisciplinary conversations which aim to shed new light on the unfolding migration context: ‘In-Migration: Cultural and Theological Dialogues on the 21st Century Movements of Peoples’.
In each session, a speaker will make a key input on an aspect of migration, to which scholars associated with the Centre will offer a response informed by Christian theological reflection and/or practice. Details of the first seminar are as follows:
Law in Migration
Speaker: Catherine Briddick*
Monday 16 January, 1-2pm
Regent’s Park College
Pusey Street, Oxford, OX1 2LB
* Co-Chair, Migrants’ Resource Centre; Barrister, and Teaching Assistant, Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford. This seminar will explore the complexities that women face when making claims for legal recognition as refugees. Catherine will focus on issues relating to the claims women make under international refugee law (IRL), subsidiary protection, and protection from refoulement under international human rights law (IHRL).
Responses will be offered by Peter Petkoff, Law Lecturer, Brunel Law School, Director of the Religion, Law and International Relations Programme, Regent’s Park College, Oxford, and Managing Editor of the Oxford Journal of Law and Religion; and Nazila Ghanea, Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law at the University of Oxford.
For the full list of seminars, click HERE.