A Law and Society Collaborative Research Network.
Collaborative Research Network (CRN) 11, Displaced Peoples examines the intersection of race, gender, class, power and privilege within the global migration polity of refugees and internally displaced persons.
For the purpose of CRN 11, “Displaced Peoples” includes all those forced to migrate internally or internationally as a result of natural or man-made disasters. These include, but are not limited to, development-induced displaced persons, homeless people, economic migrants, trafficked persons, Indigenous/Native peoples, asylum seekers, refugees, conflict-driven persons, and unaccompanied minors.
CRN 11 invites everyone and anyone interested in refugee and internal displacement to network, conduct collaborative research and present at the Law and Society Association Annual Meetings.
Tuki Tumarankeh is proud to host CRN 11 as a program, providing access to funding and an online collaborative space for interdisciplinary, interscholastic, and international research projects.
Find out more about CRN 11, and stay informed about their meetings, projects, and publications by visiting their website at https://lsa-crn11.tuki-tumarankeh.org/.