Forskningssatsningen Barn, migration och integration (BMI) bjuder in till seminarium med Jason Pobjoy, barrister vid Blackstone Chambers i London, på temat ”The Child in International Refugee Law” den 1 juni. Seminariet hålls på engelska.

Tid: Den 1 juni kl. 10–12.

Plats: Bergsmannen, Aula Magna, Stockholms universitet

Anmälan senast den 29 maj.

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The Child in International Refugee Law

Children are the victims of some of the most devastating examples of state-sanctioned and private human rights abuse. In increasing numbers, they are attempting to find international protection, and are forced to navigate complex administrative and legal processes that fail to take into account their distinct needs and vulnerabilities. Drawing on research undertaken for his recent monograph, The Child in International Refugee Law (CUP, 2017), Jason will explore the extent to which the challenges faced by children seeking international protection may be overcome by greater engagement between international refugee law and international law on the rights of the child.


About Jason Pobjoy

Jason Pobjoy is a barrister at Blackstone Chambers, where he has a broad practice including public and human rights law, refugee and immigration law and public international law. He appears regularly in the Supreme Court, the European Court of Human Rights and the Court of Justice of the European Union. Jason has published widely in the areas of refugee law, public and human rights law and is the author of The Child in International Refugee Law (CUP 2017). Jason has taught at the University of Cambridge and University of London, and was the founding chair of the Cambridge Pro Bono Project. Jason completed a Masters in Law at the University of Melbourne, a Bachelor of Civil Law at the University of Oxford, and a doctorate at the University of Cambridge. He was a Research Associate at the Refugee Law Project at Makerere University in Kampala, a Hauser Visiting Doctoral Researcher at New York University School of Law and is currently a Research Associate at the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford.

About the book The Child in International Refugee Law


Register for the seminar no later than 29 May