a seminar organised in conjunction with
JCWI’s Annual General Meeting
Immigration Minister, Damian Green says that the Coalition wants to see “better family migration” to the UK but what exactly does the Coalition mean by this? And what are the implications for migrants, their families, and their enjoyment of human rights more generally? This seminar seeks to explore this in the light of the Government’s proposals to reform the immigration scheme for family based migration and settlement.
Dr Helena Wray, Senior lecturer in law, Middlesex University and author of Regulating Marriage Migration into the UK (Ashgate).
Sonali Naik, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers. Sonali has extensive experience in human rights law and family reunion appeals/cases.
Richard Drabble QC, Landmark Chambers, QC in Quila case
Chair: Eric Fripp, Barrister, Mitre House Chambers and Chair of JCWI
This seminar is free to attend. It will be followed by a reception and will be preceded by Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants’ Annual General Meeting. Anyone who wishes to find out about our work or indeed participate in it is welcome to attend.
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Attendees will be eligible for 1.5 CPD hrs point