Registration closed due to capacity[6/27 Symposium] Why Should We Protect Refugees?

Tuesday,May 21,2024


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Why Should We Protect Refugees?

Speaker: Professor Matthew J. GIBNEY (Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford) 

Panel Discussion: Moderator - Dr. Brian Aycock (ICU)

Prof. KIHARA-HUNT Ai (University of Tokyo)

Ms. NACKEN Ritsu (Deputy Representative of UNHCR Japan)

Ms. Luz Maria CARRENO (ICU Rotary Peace Fellow)

General Moderator: Dr. HASHIMOTO Naoko (ICU)


Refugee protection is currently in a situation of crisis as many global North countries increasingly place barriers in the path of asylum. Inviting the world-renowned Oxford Professor, Matthew Gibney, this symposium tackles the fundamental question from ethical, political, legal, and practical viewpoints, of why wealthy states like Japan and the UK have a responsibility to protect refugees.

Date: Thursday, June 27, 2024

Time: 12:30 - 16:30 (JST)

Venue: International Conference Room at Dialogue House (2F)

Language: English and Japanese (Simultaneous interpretation)

Registration: Please use the QR code or Link . The number of seats is limited to 100.

We are sorry that the registration is closed because the symposium has reached full capacity. Thank you for understanding.

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