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Religion and Human Rights Unit and Religion and Migration Unit

Call for Proposals for November Meeting

For a possible co-sponsorship, we invite proposals focused on the intersection of religion, migration, and violence/nonviolence. Topics may include:

  • Borders as sites of violence against marginalized communities, and/or sites of nonviolent resistance;
  • Violence and marginalization in cases of forced migration, including “survival migration”;
  • Climate change and environmental destruction as a type of violence that forces people to move;
  • Consideration of human rights of migrants and refugees, including human rights protection of communities who are marginalized and on the move, and whether the contemporary human rights regime remains meaningful in light of contemporary realities of migration



Steering Committee Members


Review Process

Proposals are anonymous to chairs and steering committee members during review, but visible to chairs prior to final acceptance or rejection