Studying migration and justice: conceptual and methodological challenges

A seminar in Oslo on 15 December 2017 gathered GLOBUS researchers from ARENA and the University of Bologna to discuss conceptual and methodological challenges to studies of migration and justice.

Ceccorulli at ARENA

Michela Ceccorulli presenting her paper at ARENA, University of Oslo, on Friday, 15 December.

GLOBUS Scientific Coordinator Helene Sjursen chaired the seminar and gave a presentation on empirical indicators for three conceptions of global political justice. 

Michela Ceccorulli from the University of Bologna presented a paper on the reform of the asylum system of the European Union, arguing that the reformed Common European Asylum System might worsen the protection of rights in certain member states.  

Espen D. H. Olsen from ARENA, University of Oslo, presented a paper on Norway's approach to migration and asylum as a non-EU state. Norway sees its migration system as fair and just. But how just is it really, Olsen asked. 

A new mini-seminar will be held at ARENA on 9 April 2018, this time on trade, development and global justice. Open upon invitation only. 

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Published Dec. 22, 2017 1:52 PM - Last modified Jan. 22, 2018 2:02 PM