International Conference on Honour Related Conflicts

Intercultural Challenges and Cross-Border Dynamics in Immigrant Integration.

In collaboration with Danish researchers, the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration will host a conference on 22 and 23 November 2018 in Copenhagen. Participation will be free of charge.

To strengthen the overall research field, the conference strives to increase focus on honour related issues as a topic across disciplines. The goal of the conference is to open up new lines of research through gathering researchers and scholars from all of Northern Europe. We therefore encourage researchers with both thorough and marginal acquaintance with the research area to attend the conference.

View the programme for day 1 of the conference (PDF)

View the programme for day 2 of the conference (PDF)

The programme will be updated continuously.

View call for paper (PDF)

NB: It is possible to attend the conference without submitting a paper.

Register for the conference

We are excited to introduce our three keynote speakers

Professor Aisha K. Gill, Ph.D. CBE, Professor of Criminology, University of Roehampton, UK – Dr. Aisha K. Gill’s research interests include domestic conflicts, women’s rights, crimes of patriarchy, forced marriage, honour killings and honour based conflicts in the South Asian/Kurdish Diaspora. Professor Gill was funded by Hertfordshire Police Crime Commissioner in 2017 to conduct research on honour based conflicts, forced marriage and female genital mutilation. She is involved in a number of organisations, boards and commissions which addresses the problem of violence against women. Furthermore Professor Gill is an experienced adviser to, among other, the British Government, the British Ministry of Justice and Scotland Yard/Metropolitan Police on legal policy issues related to honour based issues and forced marriage.

Dr. Emma Katz, Lecturer In Childhood And Youth at Liverpool Hope University - Dr. Emma Katz researches the impacts of domestic conflicts and abuse on children and mother-child relationships. Her work explores coercive control, agency, resistance, recovery and mother-child mutual supportiveness in domestic abuse contexts. Emma’s research is internationally acclaimed, winning both the Wiley Prize for best paper published in Child Abuse Review 2015–2018 (First Prize), and Women Against Violence Europe (WAVE)'s annual Corinna Seith Prize for best publication.

Dr. Ninna Nyberg Sørensen, Senior researcher at The Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS) – Dr. Ninna Nyberg Sørensen holds a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology and is a senior researcher at the Danish Institute for International Studies. She has worked on transnational migration issues for most of her career and published widely on migration, development, conflict, gender and family issues, for example Work and Migration (London 2002), The Migration-Development Nexus (Geneva 2003), Living Across Worlds (Geneva 2007) and The Migration Industry and the Commercialization of International Migration (London 2013). Her recent work explores undocumented migration of Central Americans and Dominicans, including the effects of deportation on family and local communities. She is also involved in policy analysis of the European ‘migration crisis’.

Sidst opdateret 12/10 2018
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Costs

The conference is free of charge, except from the conference dinner on 22 November which is at your own expense.

Addresses

The address for DAY 1 – 22nd November is The Municipality of Copenhagen, Rådhuspladsen 1, 1599 Copenhagen - "HOVEDKASSEN"

The address for DAY 2 – 23rd November is Eigtveds Pakhus, Strandgade 25G, 1401 Copenhagen

Dinner on the 22nd November at Brasserie Royal, Regnbuepladsen 3-5, 1550 Copenhagen

Deadlines

Deadline for signing up for the Conference/day 1 & 2 is 22 October

For more details contact

Anne Katrine Lundsfryd Heide-Jørgensen
Phone: +45 7214 2832
E-mail:  [email protected]