Conflict and migration in the Middle East
5-7 June 2018
Lebanese American University – Beirut
This international conference aims to deepen knowledge on forced migration in the Middle East by analyzing current refugee flows in their historical and regional context. Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey are the leadind countries in the refugee host system. Moreover, the presence of many economic migrants makes international migration analysis one of the keys elements to understand socio-economic changes in the Middle East today. This conference also aims to develop a joint reflection with researchers and actors of the civil society.
You can access the programme here.
For feedbacks on the event and Lajeh’s program, you can read this article from LAU News.
Two round tables and and exhibition will be organized at Fabrika as side events.
June, 5 – Architecture of Displacement
June, 6 – Les réfugiés et leur société d’origine
For more information, please contact Floriane Soulié