Across Europe, policy responses to migration and population movement are testing the boundaries of the rule of law and human rights principles. The war in Ukraine and conflicts across Syria, Libya and Afghanistan have been potent ingredients in the mix. With climate change threatening the territory of entire island nations, handling large-scale population movement is a challenge European legal systems will be unable to avoid.
Please join us in Strasbourg on 19 May 2023 to discuss migration and its implications for the rule of law and human rights and to hear from our panel of experts including: a keynote speech delivered by Judge Síofra O’Leary President of the ECHR, Judge Tim Eicke Judge of the ECHR, Judge Colm Mac Eochaidh Judge of the CJEU, Sonali Naik KC barrister, Garden Court Chambers, Sam Karim KC Barrister, Kings Chambers & Gatehouse Chambers, David Conlan Smyth SC barrister, Bar of Ireland, Helena Wilson barrister, Bar of Northern Ireland, Adrian Berry barrister, Garden Court Chambers and patron of the UK Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association, Anda Argyropoulou JHA Counsellor and Permanent Representation of Cyprus to the EU, Lara Martin Lawyer, Rechtsanwälte Rohrer & Kollegen, Germany, Professor Peggy Ducoulombier University of Strasbourg, Bošjan Zalar Administrative Court Judge in Slovenia and the President of the European Chapter at IARMJ.
THE EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE ON THE PREMISES OF THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS. HOWEVER VIEWS EXPRESSED BY PANELISTS ARE THEIR OWN.
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We are able to offer a three course dinner at the historic Maison Kammerzell for a cost of €85 after the seminar. Please book the dinner when you register for the event.
This event is supported by 18 St John Street Chambers, Manchester (www.18sjs.com)