York University’s Centre for Refugee Studies is delighted to announce that we have received Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council funding to create a Refugee Law Laboratory.
The Lab, which is a joint project between CRS and Osgoode Hall Law School, will undertake research and advocacy related to new legal technologies and their impact on refugees, other displaced communities, and people on the move.
There will be opportunities for researchers to affiliate with the Lab. We will also be building additional partnerships, holding events, publishing research, facilitating research visits and hosting graduate students as well as post-doctoral fellows. More details about the projects that we are working on will be available soon.
We’re still in the very early stages of setting up this Lab – and we’re excited about next steps. If you’d like to hear about CRS activities and events, please sign up to our email list.