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Migrants’ Experiences of Forced Return from Sweden

You are welcome to participate in this conference which will present the findings from a research project. The project specifically explores migrants’ experiences of forced return from Sweden and discusses it in relation to the clause in the European Return Directive which expects forced return to be “humane and dignified”.

MIMThe conference is hosted by Malmö Institute for Studies of Migration, Diversity and Welfare (MIM) and co-financed by the European Return Fund. 

Time: June 12, 2015 kl. 09:00 - 15:30

Facility: Malmö University, Orkanen, Nordenskiöldsgatan 10, (about a 10 minute walk from Malmö Centralstation)

atervandandefonden_enTarget audience: Migrant organisations, policy makers and practitioners from government agencies and NGOs, and researchers.


9:00 Coffee and Registration

9:30 Opening and Welcome by Hans Lindquist, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Malmö University

10:00 Presentation of the project “Migrants' Experience of Forced Return from Sweden” by MIM researchers Daniela DeBono, Sofia Rönnqvist, and Karin Magnusson

12:00   Lunch

13:15   External expert Katrine Camilleri, Director JRS Malta, 2007 UNHCR Nansen Award Holder, and Human Rights Lawyer

14:15   Workshop and panel discussion during which the participants will have the opportunity to discuss the findings of the research.

15:30   Coffee and sweet

The conference is free of charge; lunch and coffee breaks with sweets are provided.

Sign up below by May 20. The Conference has a limited number of places. You will receive a letter when your participance has been confirmed.

Sign up here

Last updated by Karin Magnusson