The Human Rights Law Centre is delighted to announce its new Summer School on Development Aid and Migration, which will run from 24-28 June.
Led by Dr Annamaria La Chimia and Dr Daria Davitti, this exciting new programme will explore the complex nexus between development aid, migration policy and food security.
Aimed at people working in government, human rights defenders, NGOs, IGOs, researchers and academics, it will provide participants with the intellectual skills and instruments to understand, among others, the use of development aid as a tool for migration control, the outsourcing of migration control, the parallels between food (in)security, food aid and migration control, the nexus between humanitarian and development interventions.
Please visit the Summer School webpage for further information and updates in the coming weeks.
Posted on Monday 11th February 2019