Baobab Centre | TALK with Dr John Campbell ‘What prospect for asylum in the 21st Century’ – 15th of November
The Baobab Centre’s 2017 lecture series: ‘Exploring the challenges of the current context for young people seeking asylum’ We are delighted that Dr John Campbell (see biography below) will be giving a talk on:
‘What prospect for asylum in the 21st Century’. on Wednesday 15th November 2017.
Doors open for refreshments at 6.00pm. The lecture starts at 6.30pm. There will be an opportunity for Q&A and discussion after the presentation.
The venue is Palace House, 3 Cathedral Street, London SE1 9DE next to the Golden Hinde II, close to London Bridge Station. PLEASE RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org There is no charge for entrance to this event, but registration is required.
Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.
We very much hope that you can make it. Please feel free to circulate the invitation to other you think might be interested in attending.
Dr John Campbell, Reader in the Anthropology of Africa and Law is a social anthropologist at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London. Dr Campbell has carried out extensive research into the British Asylum System. Between January 2007 and January 2009 he undertook a research project “Refugees and the Law: An ethnography of the British Asylum System”. This sought to follow refugees from Eritrea and Ethiopia who were seeking asylum in the UK. At the beginning of 2017, he published ‘Bureaucracy, Law and Dystopia in the United Kingdom’s Asylum System’, based on ethnographic research over a two-year period. The book analyses numerous asylum appeals as they go through the British courts and draws on a myriad of interviews with individuals and an examination of many state and non-state organisations with a view to understanding how the asylum system in the UK works. In addition, Dr Campbell has undertaken research in Ghana, Tanzania, Ethiopia and the UK and development consultancy work in Ethiopia, Kenya and Botswana. He provides expert reports for Ethiopian and Eritrean asylum applicants.
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