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XII NLSIR-Samvād Partners Symposium

We are pleased to inform you that the XII NLSIR-Samvād Partners Symposium will be held on the Theme: "The Sovereign Rights Dichotomy: Exploring Migration, Refugees and Citizenship"

Date: 9th December, 2018
Venue: Taj Hotel, Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru

About the Symposium:
As we live through the "century of people on the move", several States are grappling with the challenges posed by large-scale movement of persons. Migrants moving for better opportunities, and refugees fleeing violence and persecution, are often viewed as threats to the national security of their country of destination. As a response, those who emphasize on the need for protection of human rights push for the political, social, and economic integration of these people, and the eventual grant of full membership as citizens. While this is essential, the sovereignty-rights discourse often overlooks the opportunities for economic development that are created due to these large-scale movements. The XII NLSIR Symposium attempts to discuss these challenges and opportunities in the context of India. Its legal framework governing migrants, refugees, and citizenship has become the subject of much debate in light of the changing political and legal landscape. A discussion on these issues is therefore relevant and the need to explore a viable way forward for India is indeed a pressing one.

This Symposium is divided into three sessions. The first session places India's migration policy in the larger context of the international legal framework governing migration. The second session seeks to highlight the position of refugees in India and explore the interplay between India's constitutional guarantees and the obligations under international law for protection of refugees. The final session seeks to shed light on citizenship and social, political, and economic integration of persons within India. The questions here shall be viewed in the context of the ongoing National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise in Assam and the pending Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, both of which pose crucial constitutional questions.

Speakers
We have following speakers lined up for the three sessions:

Session I: India's Migration Policy: Institutionalized Stigma?

  • Mr. Gurucharan Gollerkeri, Director, Public Affairs Centre, Bangalore
  • Ms. Hamsa Vijayaraghavan, Legal Director, Migration and Asylum Project
  • Ms. Madhurima Dhanuka, Coordinator, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative
  • Ms. Seeta Sharma, Technical Officer, EU-India CAMM Project, International Labour Organisation

Session II: On Shifting Sands: India's Refugees and the Way Forward

  • Dr. Ashwani Kumar, Senior Advocate, Former Union Minister of Law and Justice
  • Mr. Saurabh Bhattacharjee, Asst. Professor, National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
  • Dr. Srinivas Burra, Associate Professor, South Asian University
  • Mr. Prashant Bhushan, Advocate in Mohammad Salimullah Vs. Union of India
  • Ms. Roshni Shanker, Founder, Migration and Asylum Project
  • Ms. Cheryl D'souza, Advocate in Mohammad Salimullah Vs. Union of India

Session III: Courting Issues of Citizenship

  • Mr. Alok Prasanna Kumar, Senior Resident Fellow, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy
  • Mr. Arijit Sen, Program Manager, Amnesty International India
  • Ms. Leah Verghese, Senior Campaigner & Researcher, Amnesty International India
  • Mr. Derek O'Brien, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
  • Dr. Ranabir Samaddar, Director, Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group

Participation Fees:

  • The cost of participation will be Rs. 1000/- per head which includes accommodation on 8th and 9th night, the delegate fee for the conference, and all meals during the conference.
  • If delegates do not require accommodation, then the cost is Rs. 600/- for the delegate fee for the conference and the meals during the conference.

Further, we can only accommodate limited people on campus. Thus, the requests for accommodation for every delegation would be entertained on first-come-first-serve basis. We will provide individual certificates to students and a delegation certificate signifying that your esteemed University participated in the Conference.

Online Registration:
This is also a mandatory registration form for all interested students: https://goo.gl/forms/SjyG0kWlUpMmAQz92.

Deadline:
The last date for registering is 1st December, 2018, failing which the students will not be able to attend the event.

Contact:
Mr. Sharan A. Bhavnani
Editor-in-Chief
Phone: +91-9686338767

Ms. Nikita Garg
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Phone: +91-9945767507

National Law School of India University, Bangalore
Nagarbhavi, Bangalore,
Karnataka - 560242
Email: nlsir@nls.ac.in

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