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Podcast: How do Italy’s orderly Humanitarian Corridors work?

12/09/2017

Italy’s church-led Humanitarian Corridors are changing the lives of some vulnerable Syrian refugees. So far, in 18 months, about 850 refugees have been resettled.

Podcast: 5 Questions on safezones with Professor Geoff Gilbert

03/07/2017

This podcast answers five questions about so-called safe zones. To answer them, we have Professor Geoff Gilbert, Law Professor at the University of Essex and Visiting Fellow at UNSW Sydney.

Podcast: Remote Control of Asylum Seekers: The US Experience

26/04/2017

This podcast was recorded at the event entitled 'Remote Control of Asylum Seekers: The US Experience'. This event was hosted by the Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law on the 11 April 2017.  

Podcast: Conference 2016: Panel 3 How do law and policy shape refugees' experience of time?

18/11/2016

On the 18 November 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted its third annual conference, entitled ‘From refugee emergency to protracted exile: The role of “time” in international protection’.

Podcast: Conference 2016: Year In Review - Jane McAdam

18/11/2016

On the 18 November 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted its third annual conference, entitled ‘From refugee emergency to protracted exile: The role of “time” in international protection’.

Podcast: Conference 2016: Opening keynote address - Jean-François Durieux

18/11/2016

On the 18 November 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted its third annual conference, entitled ‘From refugee emergency to protracted exile: The role of “time” in international protection’.

Podcast: Conference 2016: Panel 1 - Linda Kirk, Time in protection status determination procedures

18/11/2016

On the 18 November 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted its third annual conference, entitled ‘From refugee emergency to protracted exile: The role of “time” in international protection’.

Podcast: Conference 2016: Panel 1 - Bruce Burson, Time and the assessment of risk in RSD

18/11/2016

On the 18 November 2016, the Kaldor Centre hosted its third annual conference, entitled ‘From refugee emergency to protracted exile: The role of “time” in international protection’.