Academic Participation/Activities

    2020

    • Invited speaker, Elisa Fornalé, Academy for Migration Studies, Tuscia University, October 15.

    • Invited participant, Elisa Fornalé, inter-sessional meeting of the ILA Committee on International Law and Sea Level Rise, 5 October, on-line.
      https://www.fni.no/news/sea-level-rise-and-international-law

    • Scholarship award , Aylin Yildiz awarded the scholarship from the International Law Association 79th Biennial Conference Kyoto, Japan. The presentation will take place in December 2020.

    • Teaching Assistant , Aylin Yildiz, eAcademy of the Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore. September-December 2020.
      https://cil.nus.edu.sg/event/e-academy-2020/

    • Invited Lecturer, “Human rights and climate change”, University of Perugia, May.

    • Contestant at the "Hours of Crisis" competition, held at the Hague Academy of International Law, 18 January. Aylin Yildiz's team received the runner-up awards for the "Best Negotiating Team" and the "Best Written Advice".

    2019

    • Invited Lecturer, “Would be worse? An introduction to legal gaps in the context of environmental migration”, University of Naples, December.

    • Invited participant, Elisa Fornalé, inter-sessional meeting of the ILA Committee on International Law and Sea Level Rise, University of Madrid, 10 November.
      https://www.fni.no/news/sea-level-rise-and-international-law

    • Invited expert/facilitator, Elisa Fornalé, Human Rights and Climate Change Dialogues, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Geneva, 5 November.

    • Oral Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “Migration, Trade and Environmental Changes”, presented at the PhD Colloquium | World Trade Institute, the University of Bern, Switzerland, November.

    • Paper Presentation, Aylin Yildiz, “Planned Relocation in the Context of Climate Change: A Case Study of Fiji”, presented at the event titled “Paths Panel II - the Authority of Legal Instruments: Perspectives from IHL and Environmental Law” | The Graduate Institute of Geneva, Switzerland, May.

    • Invited expert/speaker, Elisa Fornalé, Cluster on Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience, DG Home, European Commission, Brussels, 25 March.

    • Oral Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “Wild Human Mobility Operations: The “Sinking Islands” and Space Settlement”, presented at the conference titled “Connecting Environmental Changes and Human Mobility as a Way to Draw New Maps of Knowledge” | Congressi Stefano Franscini, Switzerland, March.

    • Poster Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “Banabans”, presented at the workshop titled “Representations of Migration and Emotions of Exclusion” | Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Germany, March.

    • Oral Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “Understanding Migration in the Context of Climate Change Under the Doctrine of Common Concern of Humankind”, presented at the doctoral networking meetings | The Hague Academy of International Law, the Netherlands, January.

    2018

    • Invited Speaker, Elisa Fornalé, at the “Migration Governance Issues: Local Authorities at the Front Line in Times of Climate Change and Security”, Training for Local Authorities, University of Naples and the Municipality of Naples, December.

    • Oral Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “Vunidogoloa Village as the First Climate-Induced Community Relocation in Fiji”, presented at the training titled “Loss, Damage and Mobility in the Context of Climate Change” | Project of Climate Security with Local Authorities, Italy, December.

    • Invited Speaker, Elisa Fornalé, at the “Migration Governance Issues: Local Authorities at the Front Line in Times of Climate Change and Security”, Training for Local Authorities, Region of Piedmont, September.

    • Oral Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change: A Common Concern Approach”, presented at the PhD Colloquium | World Trade Institute, the University of Bern, Switzerland , September.

    • Invited Speaker, Elisa Fornalé, at the Workshop on “Environment and Conflict: Exploring Interdependencies”, organized by University of Freiburg, June.

    • Oral Presentations, Aylin Yildiz, “A legal Challenge for Ecological Justice: What is our Common Normative Framework?”, presented at the conference titled “The 4th International Conference on Sustainable Alternatives for Poverty Reduction and Ecological Justice” | University of the South Pacific, Fiji, June.

    • Invited Speaker, Elisa Fornalé, Task Force on Displacement Stakeholder Meeting on “Recommendations for Integrated Approaches to Avert, Minimize and Address Displacement Related to the Adverse Impacts of Climate Change”, in Bogis-Bossey (CH), May.

      Selected speaker, Elisa Fornalé, at the ACUNS (Academic Council on the United Nations Systems) Annual Meeting on Human Rights, Migration, and Global Governance, July. participated in a panel on Climate Change and Human Development with a paper on “Framing Human Mobility and Environmental Changes and as a Matter of ‘Common Concern’, July.

    2017

      Invited expert, Elisa Fornalé, at the United Nations Thematic Session “Irregular Migration and Regular Pathways, Including Decent Work, Labour Mobility, Recognition of Skills and Qualifications and Other Relevant Measures”, 13 October 2017.
      http://webtv.un.org/search/panel-3-recognition-of-skills-6th-informal-thematic-session-global-compact-onmigration/5608331138001

      Invited expert, Elisa Fornalé, Advisory Committee Meeting of the Platform on Disaster Displacement, Geneva, October.

      Invited participant, Elisa Fornalé, at the workshop “Challenging State Sovereignty in the Age of Migration: A multilevel Approach to Southeast and East Asian Migration”, organized by Prof. Nicola Piper of Freiburg University.

      Invited discussant, Elisa Fornalé, in two panels: "Luck, Migration, and Human Rights" and "Transnational Migrants and Access to Social Rights. Social Citizenship Strategies in Blurred Spaces of Belonging", ECPR General Conference, Norway, Oslo, September.

      Invited speaker, Elisa Fornalé, Euresearch Event “Migration in Horizon 2020”, September.

      Poster Presentations, Elisa Fornale, Aylin Yildiz and Najma Rehouma, “Framing Environmental Degradation, Labour Mobility and Human Development as a Matter of Common Concern”, presented at the event titled “Nacht der Forschung: Researchers’ Night” | University of Bern, Switzerland, September.

      Invited participant, Elisa Fornalé, Side event on ‘The Role of Local Authorities in Promoting Inclusion of Refugees and Migrants’ during the first informal thematic session on “Human Rights of all Migrants, Social Inclusion, Cohesion and all Forms of Discrimination, Including Racism, Xenophobia and Intolerance” in the framework of the intergovernmental consultations and negotiations for the preparation of the Global compact for safe, orderly and regular migration, as envisaged by the 2016 New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, Geneva, May.

      Invited speaker, Elisa Fornalé, Mapping Environmental Degradation, Human Mobility and Human Development: The Challenges in the Pacific Region, International Conference “Studies of Paradise: Where language meets culture in the Pacific”, University of Bern, 9–10 March 2017.

      Invited discussant, Elisa Fornalé, Migration Governance in an Era of Large Movements: A Multi-Level Approach, Switzerland, Bern, February.

      Invited Expert, Elisa Fornalé, Advisory Committee Meeting of the Platform on Disaster Displacement, Geneva, October.

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