9 November 2023
Bootham School, York, YO30 7BU
A lecture which explores the spatial politics of asylum as expressed in the UK’s system of housing and support for asylum seekers and refugees.
About the speaker
Jonathan Darling's research explores the spatial politics of asylum, sanctuary and solidarity movements, and he teaches on the geographies of borders and citizenship, on urban and political geography, and on research ethics and qualitative methodologies. His most recent book Systems of Suffering: Dispersal and the Denial of Asylum (Pluto Press, 2022) explores the UK’s system of housing and support for asylum seekers and refugees.
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This event has been organised by the Yorkshire and the North East committee with York and District Geographical Association.
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