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Ipek Demir published a book chapter entitled ‘Kurdish Transnational Indigeneity’ in Cambridge History of Kurds, Bozarslan, H., Gunes, C. and Yadirgi, V. (eds.), Cambridge University Press.

Decolonising Forced Migration seminar series continues. It is organised by PhD students, including two CERS PhD students, Tesfalem Yemane and Kheira Arrouche. In the next event, Dr Lucy Mayblin will give a talk entitled ‘Asylum After Empire’. For more info and how to register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pgr-led-seminar-series-decolonising-forced-migration-seminar-4-tickets-145092482521?aff=erelexpmlt

You are warmly invited to join a transatlantic conversation on ‘Immigrants rights and integration’ by Rainer Baubock (European University Institute), Sara Wallace Goodman (University of California Irvine), Hannah Alarian (University of Florida)  and Dr Roxana Barbulescu (CERS, University of Leeds) When: Wednesday 31st of March 2021,  5pm UK time The...

Dr Markéta Doležalová of the School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Leeds presents a paper entitled: Roma in north England: Finding the ‘good life’ or living in uncertainty?  Date: Wednesday 24th March Time: 12:00 – 13:30 (UK Time) Includes time for Q&A   Abstract: The experience of Central European...

Decolonising Forced Migration seminar series continues. It is organised by PhD students, including two CERS PhD students, Tesfalem Yemane and Kheira Arrouche. Find out more: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pgr-led-seminar-series-decolonising-forced-migration-seminar-3-tickets-129477618041?aff=erelexpmlt.

Head of School Professor S. Sayyid presents this seminar as part of the Research Seminar series organised by the School of Sociology and Social Policy. ‘The Decolonial Imagination’ Wednesday 24 February 2021 12:00 – 13:30  Online: Join the Zoom Meeting (Meeting ID: 875 0774 6675 / Passcode: 392693) Abstract The...