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Call for Papers: Minority Families and the Law
March 10, 2019
Minority Families and the Law: Interactions of Ethnic, Religious, and Cultural Minorities with Law and State Institutions
This workshop (to be held May 30-31, 2019 at the Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law in Spain) aims to investigate the interactions of minority families with law and state institutions from a socio-legal perspective, with a particular focus on issues relating to children. Due to the increasing diversity of European families, the religious, cultural, or ethnic identity of families plays a role in many contexts, including migration and naturalisation, education; parenting services; child welfare and protection systems; as well as in the courts. The workshop invites participants from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, such as law; migration and diaspora studies; transnational families; sociology; education; anthropology; and gender and ethnicity studies.
Please contact I.Sportel@jur.ru.nl for more information. Abstracts (up to 300 words) can be submitted until March 10, 2019.
The IISL will arrange transport from Bilbao (airport/city centre) to Oñati (arrival on the 29th in the evening, return on the 1st of June in the morning). Registration fee is 80€ (60€ for students, unemployed, or retired). During the workshop, the institute offers affordable accommodation in its Residencia. Meals (lunch/dinner) will be provided. After the workshop, we plan to publish a selection of papers as a special issue in the Onati Socio-Legal series.