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[State-of-Research Papier - Gewalterfahrungen von Geflüchteten][Policy Brief - Geflüchtete vor Gewalt schützen][Pressemitteilung][MIGAZIN-Gastbeitrag]The IFHV's Mais Masadeh participated in the Ph D workshop “Innovative Approaches to Qualitative Analysis” held between 28 May and 1 June at Aarhus University, Denmark.She presented her research and discussed challenges and solutions of documenting narration of victims of human trafficking and sexual slavery.
In today's session, several researchers presented findings from projects centred on the municipality of Bochum.
Benedikt outlined the legal framework and commented on the potential implications of a German draft law to set the number of family members to receive permits at 1000 per month. Petrov (eds.), International Humanitarian Law in Areas of Limited Statehood – Adaptable and Legitimate or Rigid and Unreasonable?
Other discussants included Yasmin Fahimi, member of the German Parliament (Bundestag) and Karim Alwasiti, consultant at Flüchtlingsrat Niedersachen. The IFHV's Charlotte Lülf just published a chapter on "The Protection of (Foreign) Investment during Belligerent Occupation – Considerations on International Humanitarian Law and International Investment Law" in: B. (Nomos 2018)Today, the IFHV's Charlotte Lülf participated in the opening ceremony of the Research Academy Ruhr at the Stiftung Mercator in Essen. Solveig Richter, was held at the University of Erfurt's Willy Brandt School of Public Policy on 3 and 4 May.
Call for Applications - NOHA Master's Programme in International Humanitarian Action Ruhr University Bochum - specific scholarships are available for the NOHA programme starting in September 2018. The IFHV's Christian Gudehus, together with Sebastian Wessels has just published a book chapter on "Symbolischer Interaktionismus", in: Oliver Decker (ed.). Today, members of the IFHV´s research project "Organisational Perspectives on Human Security Standards for Refugees in Germany" (funded by the Gerda Henkel Foundation) organised the second networking event to bring together various researchers on forced migration which are centred at Ruhr University Bochum.
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