Dear Colleagues,We welcome your participation at the World Conference on Statelessness & Inclusion, which will take place at The Hague, June 26-28, 2019. The call for proposals is now open and will remain so through October 15, 2018. For further information, please visit: http://www.institutesi.org/forum/conference.php.Cheers,Kristy A. Belton, Ph.D.Senior Programme Officer, Institute on Statelessness and InclusionSee More
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Hi, everyone; I am just coming out of a postdoctoral fellowship and taking up a new position at the International Studies Association. I see joining this network as a great opportunity to connect with people from various walks of life who are interested in learning, writing and discussing about international affairs. I am particularly passionate about the issues of statelessness, migration and the politics of belonging.
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