Call for proposals: articles on migration and international law by scholars in Morocco

MILAMET continues the successful cooperation with local HBS offices to fund African researchers.

The Morocco office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation (HBS Rabat) has agreed to replicate the Senegal pilot project, namely to fund five (5) academic articles on migration and international law authored by scholars in Morocco.

Like in the Senegal project, the idea is that academics in Morocco will be able to set their own research agendas, i.e. to draft papers reflecting their priorities, normative perspectives and dilemmas instead of implementing the research agenda of funders from the global North.

The call for proposals is available at .

Proposals can be submitted either in English or French. However, a minimum level of French is required so that the researchers can engage in seminars/workshops/ interactions with peers. For further details please contact The project is hosted by Clinique Juridique Hijra .

The network on Migration and International Law in Africa, the Middle East and Turkey (MILAMET) consists of Naima Baba (law, Université Hassan II ; Casablanca, Morocco); Amanda Bisong (law, ECDPM, Maastricht, Netherlands); Jasmin Lilian Diab (international relations, law, American University Beirut, Lebanon); Papa Demba Fall (social sciences, Cheikh Anta Diop University, Dakar, Senegal); Meltem Ineli- Ciger (law, Süleyman Demirel University, Isparta, Turkey); Eleni Karageorgiou (law, Lund University, Sweden); Thomas Spijkerboer (law, migration studies, Lund University/Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Sweden). The MILAMET network was initiated as part of Thomas Spijkerboer’s Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation visiting professorship and is co-hosted by RWI and the Faculty of Law at Lund University.



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