PROTECTING THE RIGHTS AND ADDRESSING THE NEEDS OF THOSE AFFECTED BY FORCED MIGRATION
Date & Time:
12 May 2016, 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Room MH 3M60, University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
JOBB ARNOLD, Assistant Professor, Conflict Resolution Studies, Menno Simons College/University of Winnipeg
TOPIC: Towards a paradigm shift? Effective use of deterrence strategies for the protection of human rights of unaccompanied migrant children.
1. Ana Beduschi: Lecturer of Law, University of Exeter Law School
TOPIc: THEORISING UNACCOPAMIED YOUNG PEOPLE AFFECTED BY ARMED PEOPLE
2. Neil Bilotta, PhD Student, Social Work, McGill University.
– how scholars and academic theorized the experiences of war-affected unaccompanied young people (URYP)
– Trauma -focused URYP
– Resilience -focused
– post secondary education
THE QUESTION ABOUT KNOWING MORE ABOUT THESE WAR-SURVIVOR UNACCOMPANIED YOUNG PEOPLE? USING FOCUS GROUP IS GREAT BUT HAVE YOU EVER CONSIDERED PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION METHODOLOGY SINCE YOU WORK CLOSELY WITH THEM?
I THINK In term of information sharing, you need to think about ethic principle, where there is a limit to what you ought to give out and what you ought to keep.
TOPIC: Human Trafficking, Illegal Migration and Victim Identification on the Spanish Coast..
3. Alathea Enns, BA, Political Science, and Diaspora and Transnational Studies- illegal migration is not truly curtailed in Spain as the Spanish government indicated.
– Spain has poorly trained authorities that lack proper guidance that will help them to identify and help migrant. They do not have any proper knowledge about how to handle human trafficking and how to help the victims in order to provide assistance and security for them.
– interview process often goes wrong as
– Recovery process ought to be extended up to three months instead of three weeks for victims of human trafficking who are trafficked to Spain.
There is the need to collaborate on identifying and helping victims of human trafficking and there is the need to place strong emphasis on border controls>
TOPIC: “We come with the spirit of going to school”. A Conceptual Framework on educational participation of refugee youth in Munich (Germany) and Toronto (Canada)
4. Annette Korntheuer, PhD student, Faculty of Psychology and educational sciences, Ludwig Maximillian – group specific biographic factors: resiliency & high educational aspirations through experiencing forced migration
– integration philosophies
– refugees often state they have high educational ambition
– the experience of forced migration enables refugees to see education as the only way out of their precarious situation
– they also see education, which they undergo in their host country, as having helped them to change their circumstances. – education for refugees help and foster for them positive self images
– the Canadian asylum system is supported by multiculturalism and support are offered to asylums who are in need of them.
– assimilation in Germany versus multiculturalism system in Canada
TOPIC: RETHINKING CRIMMIGRATION AND THE IMAPCT OF IMMIGRATION DETENTION ON CHILDEN IN CANADA
5. Vanessa C. Wachuku, PhD Student, Policy studies program, Ryerson University.
– Canada’s immigration detention system
– Border control
– Migrant Selection
– 2015 – data on detention and recent events
– 4258 individuals were detained – 232, 266 days in detention