Routes Conversation: Migration, Asylum, and New and Emerging Technologies
We are delighted to announce that on Wednesday 6th December from 4-5pm, Ana Beduschi and Derya Ozkul will be joining Routes for a conversation on Migration, Asylum, and New and Emerging Technologies.
|A Research Networks seminar|
|Date||6 December 2023|
|Time||16:00 to 17:00|
|Place||Online via Zoom|
Dr Ana Beduschi is a Full Professor of Law with a Personal Chair at the University of Exeter. Her research and teaching focus on international human rights law, technology and international migration and refugee law. Her recent publications examine the regulatory approaches to digital technologies and human rights, the impact of Covid-19 health status certificates on human rights, the implications of artificial intelligence for international migration management, the opportunities and challenges presented by digital identity, and the implications of big data and artificial intelligence for humanitarian action.
Dr Derya Ozkul is a Senior Research Fellow at the Refugee Studies Centre, Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Her work explores the use of new technologies in migration and asylum governance and their impact on migrants, including asylum seekers and refugees. She is one of the project leads of the Algorithmic Fairness for Asylum Seekers and Refugees (AFAR) research project. She is particularly interested in examining the perception of the use of these technologies among asylum seekers and refugees, with a focus on transparency and power relations between different stakeholders.
Zoom joining details
Meeting ID: 943 3456 6777