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Monday, April 16: Workshop on The Disintegration of Europe and the Refugee Crisis

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The Disintegration of Europe and the Refugee Crisis

April 16th 2018, 4:15-6:30 pm | Case Lounge | Columbia Law School

Organized by Seyla Benhabib
In cooperation with the Legal Theory Workshop, The European Legal Studies Center, and the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought

No other issue has torn the fragile fabric of contemporary Europe apart as much as the so-called ‘refugee crisis.’  Populist movements on the march from France to the Netherlands, from Hungary to Italy all see national sovereignty as threatened by alien others – be they refugees, migrants and asylum seekers. For the first time since the second World War, an anti-immigrant and nationalist party, the AfD (Alternative fűr Deutschland), has entered the German Parliament with nearly 13% of the vote.

Who is a refugee? Who qualifies for asylum and why? Who is an immigrant as distinguished from a third-country national?
These are categories of human persons constructed according to the logic of complicated international and regional human rights regimes, such as the Charter of the Fundamental Rights of the European Union under the adjudication of the Court of Justice of the European Union, on the one hand, and the European Convention on Human Rights, for the oversight of which the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is responsible, on the other. 
 
 The purpose of our workshop will be to examine 1) these different rights regimes and their cooperative as well as conflicting adjudications, and 2) to throw light on the fundamental philosophical tensions between territoriality and human rights, sovereignty and respect for universal personhood.

 
Presenters
Seyla Benhabib (Scholar in Residence, Columbia Law School, Spring 2018; Eugene Meyer Professor of Political Science and Philosophy, Yale University)

Ayten Gűndogdu (Associate Professor of Political Science, Barnard College-Columbia University)

Paul Linden-Retek (Robina Foundation Visiting Human Rights Fellow, Yale Law School; PhD Candidate, Dept. of Political Science, Yale University)

Dana Schmalz (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Gőttingen)
 

Relevant Cases:

Hirsi Jamaa and Others v. Italy (ECtHR)
 
Khlaifia and Others v. Italy (ECtHR)

M.S.S. v. Belgium and Greece (ECtHR)
(read ECJ press release attached)

  
X and X v. Belgium (CJEU)


April 16th 2018, 4:15-6:30 pm | Case Lounge (7th floor of Columbia Law School)
435 West 116th Street, New York, NY 10027
 
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