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Statelessness as Displacement in Situ

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Wednesday, 12 July 2017, 18:00 - 20:00

Migration Museum at The Workshop, 26 Lambeth High Street, London SE1 7AG

The second in a series of three public discussions looking at the ways in which we think about migration.


While statelessness is not a migratory status, it does raise important questions for the meaning of displacement. What does statelessness as displacement mean for our wider understanding of displacement, expulsion, and exclusion from states and international systems?

The Open University are collaborating with the Migration Museum Project to bring together academics and practitioners to engage with the ways in which the arts, politics and law represent the experiences of refugees and migrants.

A free talk that is open to all. Please register via Eventbrite.

Amal de Chickera, co-founder, Institute for Statelessness and Inclusion

Chris Nash, co-founder, European Network on Statelessness

Katja Swider, PhD candidate, University of Amsterdam

Tendayi Bloom (OU)


Further Talks in the Series

Observing Displacement? Interrogating the Role of Art: Wednesday 21 June.

Migrants at the Centre: Looking beyond Marginalisation and Exclusion: Wednesday 19 July.