Migration policies in the Mediterranean and Libya

Wednesday 12 February 2020 09h00 à 17h00
Salle des conférences 56 Rue Jacob, 75006 Paris, France
Organized byCentre de recherches internationales de Sciences Po

Roundtables on Crimes, Victims and the rule of International Law.

In a context of continuous migrants deaths and dismantlement of search and rescue operations led by states or NGOs, the International Criminal Court opened a court case on EU migration policies in Libya and the Mediterranean as a possible crime against humanity.

Will migration governance finally be negotiated in courts?

This conference brings together practitioners and academics to debate the role of law in governing migration. It will particularly reflect upon il/legalising practices and the making of “victims” and “criminals”.

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