Organized by ACELG and Constitutional and Administrative Law, co-funded by Amsterdam Universiteitsfonds and Law & Justice Across Borders
|Date||Start 15 June 2018||End 16 June 2018|
Attendance is free of charge and primarily reserved to contributors of papers and invited attendees. The keynote presentation by Prof. Ayelet Shachar on Friday 15 June is open to the public, but subject to registration.
In contemporary migration policy and practice, money matters. Money is instrumental in the governance structures for migration in a broad sense. This is true irrespective of how migration is categorized, either as work, studies, family, asylum or any other category of migrants. Money can be an instrument of inclusion as well as exclusion. It is an ordering instrument, intentionally or not. We intend to stimulate an interdisciplinary, thematic approach in researching what role money plays in migration policies and practices.
Prof. Ayelet Shachar, ‘Citizenship for Sale? Legal and Ethical Puzzles’
Friday 15 June, 13:00 – 14:00
The keynote presentation is subject to registration.
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Law, Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, 1018 WV Amsterdam