Press release published by Camille Raillon, in charge of IFCU RefugeesLab.
The first conference organised by the RefugeesLAB of IFCU on the theme “Family and Migration” took place on Friday, January 11th, 2019 at the Centre Sèvres, Paris. On this occasion, more than twenty professional jurists, psychologists, humanitarians and academics came together and began a dialogue between representatives and researchers in various fields. The themes addressed their experiences, concerns and challenges concerning family reunification in Europe, the reception of isolated minors, and family resilience in extreme conditions of suffering (material, symbolic and human losses). Francois Mabille, Secretary General of IFCU, Hervé Le Bras, Demographer at INED and Didier LeschiDirector of OFII launched the conference. The conference was the beginning of a multi-disciplinary exchange and resulted in the development of two research actions aimed to help the Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
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