Tbilisi – International Migration and Refugee Law
We are delighted to welcome you to the third edition of Winter ELSA Law School Tbilisi on International Migration and Refugee Law!
As a result of armed conflicts, political crisis, and the threat of persecution, there are millions of forcibly displaced people worldwide. Main strategic directions in the area and solutions for migrants, refugees, internally displaced and stateless people will be therefore topics discussed during the academic programme of our Winter ELSA Law School. Additionally, during the academic programme, you will have a chance to acknowledge the challenges and opportunities that characterise forced displacement and migration in today’s complex global environment.
ELSA Georgia is pleased to host the Winter ELSA Law School Tbilisi's academic program in cooperation with the Academician Levan Alexidze Foundation (www.laf.ge), established on the initiative of Professor Ketevan Khutsishvili in 2019, in order to advance Academician Levan Alexidze's professional legacy and promote Georgia's International Law school established by him.
Do not miss your chance to broaden your knowledge in the area of international migration and refugee law and explore the unique Georgian culture within intensive social background!
ELSA Member from a non-favoured country - 350€
Alumni of ELSA – 380€
Members of a partner organisation – 380€
Non-member - 380€
Two-way airport transfer - 30€
WELS Hoodie - 30€
Trip to Kakheti -15€
Participants of our Winter ELSA Law School will have an opportunity to gain basic knowledge in the field of international migration and refugee law from international, comparative, and interdisciplinary perspectives. This Winter ELSA Law School will provide the participants with an overview on the law applicable to asylum, border management, and immigration, as well as fundamental human rights.
After intensive lectures, students will be given a chance to participate in panel discussions being held by guest lecturers.
Within theoretical part students will have the unique opportunity to take part in a moot court in the field of international migration and refugee law.
The Academic Programme will focus on the following topics:
- General overview of international migration and refugee law;
- The principle of non-refoulement;
- Human rights of internally displaced persons, refugees, migrants, asylum seekers;
- Trafficking on migration routes to Europe;
- Social and economic inclusion of migrants;
- Civil protection policies of migrants and refugees in the EU;
- Migration Strategy of Eastern Partnership Countries;
- Asylum and migration-management challenges of the new decade.