Launch Event – Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law – Friday, 13 February

by | Feb 11, 2015

In association with COMPAS, the Faculty of Law, Refugee Studies Centre and Oxford University Press, you are invited to attend a Launch event for Migrants at Work: Immigration & Vulnerability in Labour Law (Cathryn Costello & Mark Freedland (editors))

Friday, 13th February 2015

Agenda:

 2:30pm          Welcome from the Editors

 2:45pm          Migration Law on the Labour Law Curriculum  – Professor ACL Davies (incoming Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford)

 3pm               ‘Modern Slavery’ and Migrant Workers: Panacea or Panopticon? – Professor Julia O’Connell-Davison (University of Nottingham); Dr Virginia Mantouvalou (UCL); Professor Bernard Ryan (University of Leicester); Professor Bridget Anderson (COMPAS)

 4:15pm           Illegality after Hounga: On Firewalls and other Fantasies? – Professor Alan Bogg (University of Oxford); Dr Cathryn Costello (University of Oxford)

 4:45pm           Developing the ‘Migrants at Work’ Research Agenda

 5:00pm           Drinks’ Reception – QEH Foyer

 Places are strictly limited, so early booking is advisable.  Further details can be found on the event website here

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