The workshop comprised five sessions. The first session delved into the complex issues of Repatriation, Re-integration, and Restoration. The second session explored Repatriation as a lens on nation, citizenship, and security. In the third session, the politics of gender and race were dissected. The fourth session investigated the possibilities for solidarity and speaking out.

The closing roundtable explored the ethics and challenges of working with such a contested theme and group of people.
Periode2 mei 20233 mei 2023
EvenementstitelInternational workshop:Women, Men, and Children in Syrian Camps and Prisons – Migration, War, and Repatriation” at Radboud University Nijmegen.
Locatienijmegen, Netherlands
Mate van erkenningInternational