Webinar: Deadly Voyages Book Launch
Deadly Voyages: Migrant Journeys across the Globe explores the burdens and impact of perilous migration, while considering which laws, policies, practices, and venues might establish empathy and protection for migrants. The book seeks to inform, educate, persuade, and facilitate newer or less-heard perspectives, toward wider participation and influence within the forced migration policy debate. The contributors suggest practical measures to fix the current gap in responses to migrant peril, along with strategies for diagnosing, countering, and promoting human dignity and social justice, with the aim of preventing future deaths and injuries in migrant journeys across the globe.
- Dr. Veronica Fynn Bruey, Assistant Professor, Department of Legal Studies, Athabasca University
- Professor Steven Bender, Associate Dean for Planning and Strategic Initiatives and Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law
- Dr. Kate Ogg, Associate Professor, School of Law, Australian National University
- Muhamed Shiwan Amin, Part-time Professor, Department of History, University of Ottawa
- Dr. Sasha Baglay, Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Science and Humanities, Ontario Tech University
- Rachael Nyandeng Ayei, Student, University of Toronto
Date Published: Monday, June 7, 2021
Contact: Stephanie Leclair email
Publication Type: Webinar
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