Governing Migration as “Crisis”: The Case of Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey
Online via Webex
LAU’s Institute for Social Justice and Conflict Resolution (ISJCR) is co-organizing a webinar with Sciences PO in Paris to share recent research findings on Governing Migration as “Crisis” in Lebanon, as part of the H2020 EU Migration Governance and Asylum Crises (MAGYC) project.
Through a focus on three case studies, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, this webinar explores the ways in which “migration governance” has been shaped by a “crisis” imaginary. We will explore the extent to which this imaginary has led to the mobilization of new actor constellations including private security companies, humanitarian organizations, international organizations and migrants and how these actors produce different forms of governmental practices.
Shoshana Fine, MAGYC postdoctoral researcher (CERI/University of Liège/German Institute for Global and Area Studies)
Gerasimos Tsourapas, senior lecturer in Middle East Politics, University of Birmingham
Meltem Muftuler-Bac, professor of international relations and Jean Monnet chair, Sabanci University
Tamirace Fakhoury, associate professor of political science and international affairs and director of ISJCR, Lebanese American University