The Indian Law Institute is hosting a Conference on “The Contours of International Refugee Law and the Indian Position”, in a quest to encourage and promote academic discussions, debates and conversations around refugees and their identity within Indian laws (given that India technically classifies all non-citizens as ‘foreigners’). The Conference is tentatively scheduled for 1st February 2020.
Reimagining Refugee Protection in a Cosmopolitan World
Refugees in India: Decoding the Legal Vacuum
The Continuum of Refugee Protection: Devising Long-Term Solutions
The Conference is an apt forum for deliberations and discussions on refugee law for academics, lawyers, government official, area experts and students. Therefore, the participation of all the interested participants is sought for.
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