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19.09.2020 10:22 Alter: 37 days

Ethical Immigration Enforcement


Call for Papers

Theme: Ethical Immigration Enforcement
Type: International Workshop
Institution:  University of Essex
Location: Online
Date: 4.–5.2.2021
Deadline: 1.11.2020



There is widespread debate over whether states can permissibly
exclude non-citizens, and which non-citizens they can permissibly
exclude. There is less debate over which means of exclusion are
permissible. For example, detaining an individual who has overstayed
their visa may be unjust, even if the state has a general right to
exclude this individual. Moreover, even if states act unjustly
whenever excluding migrants, certain means of discouraging migration
may be justified, such as providing aid to low-income states with the
hope of discouraging migration from these states. This workshop will
discuss these and other topics relating to immigration enforcement.

Date:
February 4-5th, 2021, 11:00am-2:00pm BST

Location:
Online

Confirmed speakers include:
Luara Ferracioli
Matthew Lindauer
Olúfẹmi O. Táíwò
Kieran Oberman
Mollie Gerver

We are currently seeking two additional speakers.

Please send a cover page and anonymous abstract of no more than 1,000
words by November 1st 2020 to:
M.Gerver@essex.ac.uk