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IASFM15 Program - International Association for the Study of Forced
Tuesday, 15TH July
(Schedules may vary slightly)
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Registration
Note: please, take into account that the registration fee shall be paid, a far as possible, prior to the
Conference through IASFM´s website: www.iasfm.org.
Venue: Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) - first floor.
2:00 - 2:15 p.m.
Welcome and Event’s Inauguration

Paula Banerjee
International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM) President
 Padre Jorge Humberto Peláez Piedrahita
S.J. Compañía de Jesús. President of Javeriana University
 Susan F. Martin
Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM), Georgetown University.
 Stéphane Jaquemet
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
Venue: Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Luis Carlos Galán Auditorium.
2:15 - 2:45 p.m.
Conference Keynote
 Roberto Carlos Vidal
International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM)
Vicepresident
 Beatriz Eugenia Sánchez Mojica
Chair Conference Programme. Universidad de los Andes.
2:45 - 3:15 p.m.
Words of Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, President of Colombia
3:15 - 4:00 p.m.
Performance
Las Pavas Music Group
4:00 - 4:20 p.m.
Book Release: Desplazamiento forzado intraurbano y soluciones duraderas,
Vol. II, Bogotá, Cúcuta y Quibdó



Stéphane Jaquemet
Alto Comisionado de las Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados (ACNUR)
Gabriel Rojas
Consultoría para los Derechos Humanos y el Desplazamiento (CODHES)
Benildo Estupiñán
Organización Rostros & Huellas
4:20 - 6:00 p.m.
Welcome Cocktail
Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – nine floor
5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Audio-Walk: The Most Convenient Way Out
An audio-walk that takes the listener on a journey through the life of a young demobilized
Colombian - an individual from an armed rebel group who gives up his or her weapons and
voluntarily turns herself in to the authorities to take part in a ‘reintegration scheme
By: Luis Carlos Sotelo, University of East London. (Inscription required).
Wednesday, 16TH July
(Schedules may vary slightly)
9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
First plenary session: Voices from the displaced people
(Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán)

Carmen Palencia Cabrales
Idp leader from Tierra y Vida
 Manuel Mercado
Idp leader from Tierra y Vida
 Sergio López
Idp leader from Turbo
 Elizabeth Calderón Galvis
Idp leader from Asociación de Nuevos Esfuerzos
Chair: Jorge Salcedo, Universidad del Rosario.
10:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Coffee break
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Second plenary session: Forced Migration within the Framework of the
Colombian Peace Process Agenda
(Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán)

Iris Marín
Unidad para la Atención y Reparación de Víctimas
Martín Gottwald
Organización de Naciones Unidas para los Refugiados (ACNUR) - Colombia
 Marco Romero
Consultoría para los Derechos Humanos y el Desplazamiento (CODHES)
 Martha Nubia Bello
Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Chair: Roberto Vidal, Instituto Pensar.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Lunch hour
1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Audio-Walk: The Most Convenient Way Out
An audio-walk that takes the listener on a journey through the life of a young demobilized
Colombian - an individual from an armed rebel group who gives up his or her weapons and
voluntarily turns herself in to the authorities to take part in a ‘reintegration scheme
By: Luis Carlos Sotelo, University of East London. (Inscription required).
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
First panel session
Venue
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Ático*
Panel
No.
Theme / Title of Panel
1
Panel: La Declaración de
Cartagena 30 años
después frente a la
relación entre el refugio
y la paz en Colombia
2
Panel: The New Frontier:
Panelists / Participants
- Roberto Vidal, Instituto Pensar.
- Adriana Medina, Universidad del Rosario.
Politizando las migraciones forzadas para los
derechos de los refugiados: lecciones de
Centroamérica para Colombia sobre el papel de
los refugiados en la paz
- Jorge Salcedo, Universidad del Rosario.
Dilemas y contradicciones de la política pública
colombiana de atención y reparación a víctimas
frente al retorno de refugiados y de los
desplazados internos
Chair: Beatriz Sánchez, Universidad de los
Andes, Colombia.
- Laura Rubio Díaz Leal, Instituto Tecnológico
Organized Crime and
Forced Migration in
Mexico
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building(No.
3) – Room A
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room C
3
Round Table: Forecasting
Shifting Patterns of
Displacement
4
Panel: Sanctuary
Without Refugee Camps:
Understanding
Protection Needs
5
Panel: Critical
Engagements with the
Role of Humanitarianism
in Durable Solutions for
Forced Migrants
Autónomo de México.
- David James Cantor, Refugee Law Initiative,
School of Advanced Study, University of
London.
- Nicolás Rodríguez, independent researcher.
- Leticia Calderón, Instituto de Investigaciones
Dr. José María Luis Mora.
Chair:
Juliana
Vengoechea,
Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana, Colombia.
- Dave Bridgeland, Georgetown University.
- Lara Kinne, Georgetown University.
- Susan Martin, Georgetown University (Past
President, IASFM: 2005-2007).
- Susan McGrath, York University (Past
President, IASFM: 2008-2011).
- Lisa Singh, Georgetown University.
- Abbie Taylor, Georgetown University.
- Nili Sarit Yossinger, Georgetown University.
Chair: Marco Velásquez, Osgoode Hall Law
School.
- Galya Ruffer, Northwestern University.
Engendering Protection In and Out of Camps
- Christina Clark-Kazak, York University.
Social Age and Protection Needs In and Out of
Refugee Camps
- Nasreen Chowdhory, Delhi University.
Young Refugees: Narratives of Sri Lankan Tamis
in India
Chair: Elizabeth Holzer, University of
Connecticut.
Discussant: Carla Suárez, York University
- Anne McNevin, Monash University.
Too Damaged To Be Useful? Humanitarianism,
Vulnerability and Popular Support for Refugee
Resettlement.
- Sandy Gifford, University of Technology,
Melbourne.
Unsettling Settlement: A Problem of the Ethical
Immunity of Humanitarianism in Refugee
Settlement in Australia
- Patricia Martuscelli, University of Brasilia.
The Brazilian Approach to Refugee Children and
its Humanitarian Logic
- Jennifer Hyndman, York University.
Counterinsurgency Meets Extended Exile in
Kenya: The Place of Humanitarianism
Co-chairs: Sandy Gifford, University of
Technology, Melbourne and Anne McNevin,
Monash University.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room D
Barón Building
(No. 2) –
Room 209
Barón Building
(No. 2) –
Room 309
6
7
8
Mesa redonda:
Gentrificación y
migración urbana. Caso
San Martín de Porres
Panel: Casos de estudio
sobre la afectación y
restablecimiento de los
derechos de la población
migrante. Retos de las
políticas públicas
Panel: Justice for
Gender-Based Violence
in the Context of
Migration?: Illustrations
from in Mexico and
Canada
- Pablo Gómez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
- Juan Felipe García Arboleda, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana.
- Catalina Rivera, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
- Pilar Veloza, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana,
Colombia.
- Cheryl L. Robertson and Sarah J. Hoffman,
University of Minnesota.
United States Health Policy and Refugee
Resettlement
- Zeller Álvarez Urrego, Universidad de
Medellín.
Una visión sobre la realidad de los Desplazados
en Colombia. Trabajo de campo en la Unidad
Administrativa Especial para la Atención y
Reparación Integral a las Víctimas Regional
Antioquia
- Gabriela Recalde Castañeda, Universidad Icesi
de Cali.
Del papel a la práctica. Diagnóstico de la ruta de
atención a la población desplazada en Santiago
de Cali
Chair: Joaquín Garzón, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana, Colombia.
Rupaleem Bhuyan, Adriana Vargas, and
Bethany Osborne, University of Toronto,
Justice for women fleeing gender-related
persecution in a “Safe” country?: The limits of
refugee determination for Mexican women
seeking refuge in Canada
Margarita Pintin-Perez and Martha Luz Rojas
Wiesner El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, México
Continuum of gender based violence in the
context of migration: case study of Central
American refugees in the southern border
region of Mexico.
Martha Luz Rojas-Wiesner, El Colegio de la
Frontera Sur, México Tanya Basok, U de
Windsor, Canadá Danièle Belanger, U Laval,
Canadá
La violencia hacia las mujeres centroamericanas
en los procesos de migración en tránsito por
México
Chair: Andrea Pacheco, Universidade Estadual
da Paraiba
Barón Building
(No. 2) – Salón
409
9
Panel: Forced Migration
State Policies (I)
- Julia Bertino Moreira, Fundação Universidade
Federal do ABC (UFABC).
The Brazilian Refugee Policy and the Latin
American Regime
- Grace Benton, Institute for the Study of
International Migration, Georgetown University.
Applying the Kafala System to Forced Migrants
in Jordan: Obstacle or Opportunity?
Chair: María Angélica Prada, Universidad de los
Andes
Barón Building
(No. 2) – Salón
509
Políticas nacionales de
migración forzadas
*All panels here will have translation service.
3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Coffee break
- Rinara Granato Santos, Universidad Federal
de Juiz de Fora.
Los obstáculos y desafíos de las peticiones de
refugio en Brasil
- Laura Parker y Nicoletta Roccabianca,
investigadoras independientes.
La invisibilización de la población refugiada:
riesgos y oportunidades de la nueva política
migratoria del Ecuador
- Rosa García, Instituto Tecnológico y de
Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM).
La invisibilización de los refugiados
centroamericanos en México. El pragmatismo
biopolítico detrás de la política de asilo en
México
- Lorenzo Agar, Universidad de Chile.
Reasentamientos en Chile
- Rebeca Orosa Busutil, Centro de Estudios de
Migraciones Internacionales (CEMI-UH).
Cuba y su emigración: la historia de un conflicto
Chair: Carolina Moreno, Universidad Javeriana.
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Second panel session
Lugar
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Ático* Floor 5
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room A
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
Panel
No.
Theme/Title of Panel
Panelists/Participants
- Pilar Riaño, University British Columbia.
Retorno, justicia y memoria: el desplazamiento y
el retorno como eventos críticos
- Martha Nubia Bello, Universidad Nacional.
Los daños e impactos del desplazamiento
forzado: retos para la reparación
- Gloria Inés Restrepo y Marta Inés Villa,
Corporación Región.
Desplazamiento forzado y retorno
- Flor Edilma Osorio, Universidad Javeriana.
Resistencia, organización y participación de
población desplazada por la guerra en Colombia
Discussant and chair: Chris Dolan, Refugee Law
Project, Kampala, Uganda.
11
Panel: Desplazamiento
forzado, retorno,
resistencia y reparación en
Colombia
12
Film screening and discussion: Un país errante (English subtitles)
- Luis Sánchez (Film director)
- Sebastián Mejía Santos (Producer)
- Chair: Juanita Deperraz
4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
With the participation of Luis Sánchez and Sebastián Mejía.
13
Round Table: National and
Regional Responses to
Crisis Migration in the
Americas
14
Panel: Sanctuary Without
Refugee Camps:
Alternative Solutions
- Beth Ferris, Brookings Institution.
- Susan Martin, Georgetown University.
- Sanjula Weerasinghe, Georgetown University.
- Patricia Weiss Fagen, Georgetown University.
- Elizabeth Holzer, University of Connecticut.
Taxing Refugees? Rethinking the Relevance of a
Scorned Institution
- Hyojin Im, Virginia Commonwealth University.
Protection Under Chaos: Seeking Solutions for
the Protracted Somali Refugee Situation in
Kenya
- Mark Canavera, Columbia University.
The Role of Community Groups and Networks in
Protecting and Caring for Refugee Children in
Kampala, Uganda
Chair: Christina Clark-Kazak
Discussant: Megan Bradley
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room C
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room D
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
209
15
Panel: Space Matters:
Contrasting Integration
Experiences of Recent
Refugees by Social and
Political Site
16
Panel: Researching the
Durability of Durable
Solutions: The Challenges
of Longitudinal Research
and the Translation of
Evidence for Policy on
Refugee Resettlement
17
Panel: Syrian Forced
Exodus: A new protection
challenge
- Michaela Hynie, York University.
Refugee Integration in Ontario, Canada: A Tale
of Six Cities
- Susan MacGrath, York University.
Welcoming the Karen to the “New World”: A
Study of the Settlement Experiences of Karen
Refugees in Australia
- Meighan Mantei, McGill University.
Unravelled: A Contextual Exploration into the
Weaving of Karen Refugee Women
- Matthew Fast, Program Coordinator at
Newcomers Employment and Educational
Development Services Inc.
Next Stage of Vulnerability: Why Some Young
Refugees Join Street Gangs in Winnipeg, Canada
- Khamael Al-Faris, Plymouth University.
Immigration Policy, Political Discourse, and
Public Perception of a Foreign National-Crime
Nexus in the UK
Chair: Carolina Olarte, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
- Sandy Gifford, Swinburne University of
Technology.
The Good Starts for Resettled Refugee Youth
Study: Steering Longitudinal Research Through
Dynamic and Hostile Policy Contexts in Australia
- Ignacio Correa-Vélez, Queensland University
of Technology.
Is Resettlement a ‘Durable’ Solution? The
SettleMEN Longitudinal Study of Refugee Men
- Luis Gabriel Cuervo, Pan American Health
Organization - PAHO/WHO.
Research for Health Policy: An Opportunity to
Bring Different Sectors to Work Towards Social
and Economic Development
Chair: Sandy Gifford, Swinburne University of
Technology.
- Zeynep Kıvılcım, Istanbul University.
Legal Framework for the Protection of Out of
Camp Syrian Refugees in Turkey
- Nurcan Özgür Baklacıoğlu, Istanbul University.
Syrian refugees "In Limbo": Problems of
Protection Among out-of-Camp Syrian Refugees
in Turkey
- Abbie Taylor, Institute for the Study of
International Migration.
An Invisible Struggle: The Displacement of Men
and Boys in Syria
- Viviane Mozine Rodrigues, Centro
Universitário Vila Velha (UVV), Núcleo de Apoio
a Refugiados no Espírito Santo (NUARES) y
Pontifícia Universidade Católica De São Paulo
(PUC-SP).
Responsibility to act in Syria
Chair: Marco Velásquez, Osgoode Hall Law
School.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
309
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
409
18
19
Panel: Éxodos forzados en
territorios de frontera
Panel: Forced Migration
State Policies (II)
- Nicolás Rodríguez, independent researcher.
Gang and Cartel-Related International
Protection Profiles in the Northern Triangle
- María Auxiliadora López Méndez, Instituto de
Investigaciones Económicas y Sociales (IIES).
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Honduras.
Analysis of Existing Information Sources About
Migration and Violence in Honduras: A
Perspective of Forced Displacement
- Gabriel Rojas, Consultoría para los Derechos
Humanos y el Desplazamiento (CODHES).
Continuidades de la desprotección: desplazados
y refugiados en la frontera colomboecuatoriana.
- Annette Idler, St. Antony's College, University
of Oxford.
The Invisibility of Forced (Non-) Migration: A
Study of the Colombian-Ecuadorian and
Colombian-Venezuelan Borderlands
Chair: Julián Gutiérrez, York University.
- Myoungjun Hwang, Northwestern University
Law School.
Korean Perspective on Forced Migration Issues
for the Far Eastern Peacebuilding
- Andrew Songa, Kenya Human Rights
Commission.
An Argument for Incident, Impact and Redress
Assessment (IIRA) as a Holistic Response to
Internal Displacement: A Look at the Kenya
Experience
- Laurence Juma, Rhodes University.
Protection of Rights of Urban Refugees in Kenya:
The Likely Impact of the Abebe Dadi Tullu &
Others V the Attorney General Decision
Chair: Juliana Vengoechea, Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
509
20
Panel: Respuestas a los
refugiados haitianos
- Guliana Redin, Universidade Federal de Santa
Maria - UFSM.
Crítica a la política inmigratoria brasileña a los
haitianos: límites del “visado humanitario” y el
descompaso en relación a la política de
intervención humanitaria encabezada por Brasil
en Haití
- Juan Villalobos, Facultad Latinoamericana de
Ciencias Sociales (FLASCO) – Ecuador.
Limitaciones del régimen internacional de
refugio. El caso de la población haitiana en
República Dominicana
- Marilia Leal y Andrea Pacheco, Universidade
Estadual da Paraiba.
La actuación del sistema ONU en la protección
de los derechos económicos, sociales y
culturales de los haitianos en Brasil
- Luis Augusto Bittencourt Minchola,
Universidade Federal de Santa María (UFSM).
Refugee Protection in Cartagena’s Declaration:
An Analysis From Haitian’s Case in Brazil
Chair: Jorge Salcedo, Universidad del Rosario.
*All panels here will have translation service.
4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Cine forum: Uprooting of Identities and Ways of Life: Displacement as a
Form of Desterritorialization of the Individual
“In the place where I used to live I didn't have to pay for public transportation neither for other
services. If I wanted fish, I fished it, if I wanted banana, I took it from the tree, a tomatoe? I grew
it.”
Prosentation of the documentary: Un país errante (A Wandering Country)
Colombia, 2013. 52’
Production: Universidad de los Andes and Enlalucha Films
Synopsis
What does it mean to leave behind the land in a beaten and usurped country like Colombia?
Migration not only results in an exodus of people, and tangible and symbolic goods. It also
produces desterritorialization between individuals and their environment, and shifting identities
and lifestyles.
Wandering Country deals in an intimate and detailed way with the story of four groups of people
affected by displacement and consequent removal: those who are at risk of being expelled, those
wandering without a fixed location, the returnees and those who have decided to start a new life
in a strange place.
Afros, Indians, mestizos and whites; all take place in this radiograph of the realities of
displacement.
Director: Luis Sánchez Ayala
Associate Professor in the History Department at Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia. Luis
D. Sánchez Ayala has a Ph.D. in Geography (Floridad State University), an M. A. in Geography (The
University of Akron), and a B. A. in Geography (University of Puerto Rico).
His academic interests include political and cultural issues, especially those related to human
mobility, migration, diaspora, transnationalism; identity and territory; edges, boundaries and
frontiers; globalization and development; electoral issues; cartography and geographic education.
He is currently a visiting professor and researcher at the University of Cuenca in Cuenca, Ecuador,
where he is researching on the geographical demarcation and conflict resolution within the canton
of Cuenca. The methodological proposal of Luis D. Sánchez Ayala seeks to establish a climate of
confidence in the region, as support to the planning and appropriate investment of the resources
in the territory. A Wandering Country is his first documentary.
Director: Juan Mejía Botero de Enlalucha Films.
Juan Mejia Botero ended in 2004 an M.A. in Latin American Studies at the University of Texas,
Austin. His thesis included the documentary Through These Eyes, a film that seeks to document a
participatory video project with young Afro-Colombian IDPs, which was made in collaboration with
the Association of Displaced Afro-Colombians (AFRODES).
He entered the Master program in Social Documentary at the University of California, Santa Cruz
and his Master's thesis is the documentary Banished, an intimate portrait of the tragedy of forced
displacement in Colombia.
He is co-founder of the production houses Enlalucha Filmd and Human Pictures (based in the U.S.),
with which he has directed and produced several other documentaries: The Shot (2010),
Independence for Whom? (2010), I am a Black Colombia Women and Slave from your Racism
(2011), Justice For My Sister (2012), The Struggle for the Land (2012).
Productor: Sebastián Mejía de Enlalucha Films
In the 7 years he has been working in the audiovisual field, Sebastián Mejia has been an
investigator, a producer, a director of cultural programs, of documentaries, of institutional videos,
of narrative films and commercials. He has been with Enlalucha Films the past 3 years and is
convinced it is the right place to make media something useful.
About Enlalucha Films
Enlalucha Films is a colombian seal. Its aim is to give voice to those excluded by the traditional
media. See more: www.enlaluchafilms.org.
Trailer: http://vimeo.com/99161473
5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Special Session New Scholar Network Meeting
Place: Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán - floor 5. (Invitation needed).
Thursday, 17TH July
(Schedules may vary slightly)
9:00 - 10:30 a.m. (Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán)
Third plenary session: Forced Displacement in Peace Times: China’s Policies
ans Experience in Development – Caused Involuntary Resettlement


Professor Michael Cernea
Brookings Institution
The Global State of the Art in Adopting Policies and Laws Forced Displacement
Professor SHI Guoqing
National Research Center for Resettlement and Social Development Institute
National Research Center for Resettlement and Social Development Institute
Development Caused Involuntary Resettlement in China: Policies, Practice and
Experiences.
Chair: Beatriz Eugenia Sánchez, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
10:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Coffee break
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. - (Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán)
Fourth plenary session: Towards an Ethic and Democratic Governance of
Forced Migration. Perspective from the Migration and Peace International
Forum

Flor María Rigoni
Directora de la Casa del Migrante Belén, de Tapachula.
Causas, consecuencias y soluciones sostenibles de las migraciones forzadas.

Leonir Chiarello
Director ejecutivo del Scalabrini International Migration Network
Hacia una gobernanza ética de las migraciones forzadas, desde la perspectiva del Fórum
Internacional sobre Migración y Paz.

Elisa Montaña
Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja (CICR)
Acciones humanitarias del Comité Internacional de la Cruz Roja ante las migraciones
forzadas en Colombia.
Chair: Beatriz Eugenia Sánchez, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia.
12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Lunch hour
1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Audio-Walk: The Most Convenient Way Out
An audio-walk that takes the listener on a journey through the life of a young demobilized
Colombian - an individual from an armed rebel group who gives up his or her weapons and
voluntarily turns herself in to the authorities to take part in a ‘reintegration scheme
By: Luis Carlos Sotelo, University of East London. (Inscription required).
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Third panel session
Venue
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Panel
No.
21
Theme / Title of Panel
Panel: Development Displacement in Latin
America: Why so Little
Research?
Panelists / Participants
- CHEN Xiaonan, Center for Resource Economics
and Environment Management, Northwest
Agricultural and Forestry University.
Relocation Support Fund of Dam Caused
Resettlement in China
- SHI Guoqing, National Research Center for
Resettlement and Social Development Institute.
Danjiangkou Resettlement Village: A Case of
Study
Discussant: Michael Cernea, Brookings
Institution.
Chair: Beatriz Eugenia Sánchez, Universidad de
los Andes, Colombia.
- Alice Edwards, senior legal coordinator and
chief, Protection Policy and Legal Advice Section,
Division of International Protection, UNHCR.
- David Cantor, director of the Refugee Law
Initiative, University of London, UK.
- Roberto Carlos Vidal López, professor and head
of the Department of Philosophy and History of
Law, Universidad Javeriana, Colombia.
Chair: Martin Gottwald, Deputy Representative,
UNHCR Colombia.
Ático*
22
Panel: Conflict, Other
Situations of Violence
and the Protection
Granted Under the 1951
Refugee Convention and
Cartagena Declaration
Giraldo
Building
(No. 3) Room A
23
New Scholar
Network Work Shop
Brittany Wheeler, New Scholars Network.
24
Round Table:
Transitional Justice and
Forced Migration –
Substantive Links
Chair: Nergis Canefe, York University.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room C
25
Panel: Children and
Forced Migration:
Durable Solutions During
Transient Years
- Marisa O. Ensor, Center for the Study of Youth
and Political Conflict, Univesity of Tennessee.
Rethinking Repatriation as a Durable Solution:
Young Refugees and Secondary Displacement in
South Sudan
- Elzbieta M. Gozdziak, Institute for the Study of
International Migration, Georgetown University.
Malaya Boleh? Local Integration Prospects and
Options for Children and Youth in Kuala Lumpur
- Johanna Reynolds and Christina Clark-Kazak,
York University.
Implications of Immigration Law and Policy for
Migrant Children Resettled to Canada: Findings
From a Social Age Analysis
- Patricia Nabuco Martuscelli, Centro
Scalabriano de Estudos Migratórios.
The Colombian Situation, Child Forced Migration
and the Brazilian
- Juliana Arantes Domínguez, Núcleo de Estudos
da Polulação; Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Transition to Adulthood. Narratives of Colombian
Refugee Youth
- Sreeja Balarajan, EASOL Program, Virginia.
Pathway of New Americans: The NepaliBhutanese Refugee Youth
- Arnold Kwesiga, Refugee Law Project, School of
Law, Makerere University.
Chair: Marco Velásquez, Osgoode Hall Law
School.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room D
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
209
26
27
Panel: Demography of
Refugee and Forced
Migration
- Susan F. Martin, Georgetown University,
Institute for Study of International Migration.
Demographic Research, Forced Migration and
Refugee Policy
- Ellen Percy Kraly, Colgate University.
Behind and Beyond Disaggregation by Sex: Forced
Migration, Gender and the Place of Demography
- Mohammad Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi, Australian
National University and University of Tehran and
Rasoul Sadeghi, University of Tehran.
Adaptation of Second-Generation of Refugees
Into Host Societies: The Case of Afghan Refugees
in Iran and Australia
- Graeme Hugo, University of Adelaide; Jeff Crisp,
Refugees International and Susan McGrath, York
University.
Demography of Refugee and Forced Migration:
Theories, Methodologies, and Contributions
Chair: Carolina Olarte, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Panel: Construcción de
soluciones sostenibles
en Colombia
- Andrés Felipe Oviedo, Universidad de los
Andes, Colombia.
Ley de víctimas: una mirada desde las soluciones
duraderas
- Jorge Salcedo, Universidad del Rosario.
Las dimensiones conceptuales del Derecho al
retorno de las víctimas del desplazamiento y el
refugio en el contexto colombiano
- María Angélica Prada, Universidad de los
Andes.
La restitución de tierras en Colombia: entre los
derechos y el modelo de desarrollo
- Felipe Arias, Universidad de los Andes.
La protección y salvaguarda del desplazado en
contextos de construcción de paz: ¿un debate
potencialmente excluyente?
- Juan David Villa, Universidad San Buenaventura
- Medellín.
Consecuencias psicosociales de la participación en
escenarios de justicia transicional en un contexto
de conflicto, impunidad y no-transición
Chair: Adriana Medina, Universidad del Rosario.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
309
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
409
28
29
Panel: Not Just Victims:
Forced Migrants
Resistance Strategies
- Julieta Lemaitre, Universidad de los Andes,
Colombia.
Shifting Frames, Vanishing Resources, and
Dangerous Political Opportunities: Legal
Mobilization Among Displaced Women in
Colombia
- Rumana Hashem, Centre for Research on
Migration, Refugees and Belonging (CMRB)
University of East London.
Resistance to Forced Displacement in Phulbari: A
Southern Model for Tackling Forced /
Environmental Migration
- Amrita Lamba, University of London.
At the Crossroads: Forest Laws, Livelihood Rights
and Indigenous Sovereignty in India
- Julie Young, Adrienne Wiebe, Miriam Harder
and Luann Good Gingrich, Centre for Refugee
Studies.
The “Choice” of Necessity: Central American
Migrant Women Negotiating the Southern Border
of Mexico
- Justin Lee, University of North Carolina at
Greensboro (UNCG), Department of Social Work.
A Strengths-Based Empowerment Approach to
Durable Solutions: From the Perspectives of
People who are Forced to Migrate
Chair: Juliana Vengoechea, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Panel: Integration as a
Durable Solution
- María Delussu, The London School of Economics
and Political Science (LSE).
The complexity of Durable Solutions in Developing
Contexts: Local Integration of Refugees in Mexico
and the Role of State and Non-State Actors
- Jenifer Byrne, James Madison University.
Not Like Me: Examining Integration of Liberian
Refugees in Ghana
- María Paula Subia, Carl von Ossietzky
University.
An Exploration on the Possibilities for the
Advancement of Labour Mobility Schemes for
Refugees in Argentina
Chair: Juan Felipe García, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
509
30
Panel: Respuestas
regionales para el asilo y
el refugio
- Bárbara Nava
Vacíos de protección a personas en situación de
refugio. Visión comparada entre Panamá,
Venezuela y Ecuador
- João Jarochinski Silva, Universidad Federal de
Roraima (UFRR).
El debilitamiento de la protección a los refugiados
en Europa
- Jorge Álvarez Nieva, Comisión Nacional para los
Refugiados (CONARE).
Los desafíos pendientes a 30 años de la
Declaración de Cartagena
Chair: Andrea Pacheco, Universidade Estadual da
Paraiba.
*All panels here will have translation service.
3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Coffee break
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Fourth panel session
Venue
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Ático*
Floor 5
Panel
No.
Theme / Title of Panel
31
Panel: Redes sociales y
espacios de protección
de las personas en
situación de
desplazamiento. La
complejidad de la
búsqueda de soluciones
duraderas para la
construcción de la paz
32
Panelists / Participants
- Enrique Eguren Fernández, Universidad de
Deusto.
Redes sociales, espacio y poder (“social agency”)
de población desplazada
- Donny Meertens, profesora asociada Pontificia
Universidad Javeriana.
Desigualdades y conflictos en la restitución de
tierras. Una mirada desde el género a la
implementación de la Ley 1448 en Colombia
Chair: Roberto Vidal, Instituto Pensar.
Film screening and discussion: Retratos en un mar de mentiras
(Portrais in a sea of lies) English subtitles
- Carlos Gaviria (Film director)
- Julián Román (Actor)
- Moderator: Juanita Deperraz
4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
With the participation of Carlos Gaviria and Julián Román.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room A
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room C
33
34
35
Round Table: Advancing
Peace and Addressing
Forced Migration
Through eLearning:
Using Online Course
Instruction, Ongoing
Professional
Development, and
Continuing Education for
Peacebuilding and
Protecting the Rights of
Forced Migrants
Panel: Framing Identities
and Regarding Rights:
Reconciliation in Post
War Sri Lanka
Panel: In a Strange Land:
Forced Migrants
Experiences
- Galya Ruffer, Northwestern University.
- Laura Parker, Asylum Access.
- Idil Atak, Ryerson University.
- Heather Johnson, Queen´s University
Chair: James Simeon, York University.
- Mario Gómez, ICES.
Reform and Reconciliation in Post-War Sri Lanka
- Avanthi Kalansooriya, ICES.
Internally Displaced Persons: Where Do They
Belong?
- Kasun Pathiraja, ICES.
From War to Peace: Voices from Former War
Zones. A presentation based on the book ‘From
War to Peace: Voices from Former War Zones’
- Danesh Jayatilaka, Colombo University.
Post War Resettlement of IDPs in Sri Lanka:
Analyzing Housing and Livelihoods Aid Using an
Economics Lens.
Chair: Joaquín Garzón, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
- Ayar Ata, London South Bank University.
Kurdish Diaspora in London
- Charles Gomes, FCRB.
Colombians in Brazil, Toward What Type of
Resettlement?
- Esteban Acuña, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität
Freiburg.
“Donde les vaya mejor ahí se quedan…” [“Where
they are doing better, there they stay…”]
Mobilities, lives and journeys of Romani groups
across the Atlantic
Chair: María Angélica Prada, Universidad de los
Andes.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room D
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
209
36
37
Panel: Children:
Vulnerable Subjects
Panel: Resettlement:
Challenges and
Opportunities
CANCELLED PANEL
- Fathima Badurdeen, Technical University of
Mombasa.
The Role of Development Initiatives in Promoting
Peace Among the Refugee and Host Communities
in Kenya
- Jessica Chandrashekar, York University.
Infrastructure Development as Peacebuilding in
Sri Lanka? Perspectives of Resettled IDP WomenHeaded Households
- Petra Molnar Diop and Claire Tempier,
University of Toronto Law School.
Information and Communication Technologies
and Refugee Resettlement: An International
Comparative Approach
- Marcia Vera Espinoza: Sheffield University.
Resettlement in South America: Experiences of
Colombians and Palestinians Resettled Refugees
in Chile and Brazil
Chair: Marco Velásquez, Ph.D. candidate,
Osgoode Hall Law School.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
309
38
Panel: Más que víctimas:
estrategias de
resistencia de los
migrantes forzados
- Adriana Medina y Camilo Molina, Universidad
del Rosario.
Memorias y resistencias para la construcción de
una ciudadanía desde abajo. Experiencias
organizativas de la población refugiada como
ampliación dinámica a las soluciones duraderas
- Juliana Vargas, Universidad de los Andes.
Factores de éxito de los proyectos agropecuarios
de las poblaciones desplazadas retornadas en
Colombia. Estudio de caso sobre El Salado
(Montes de María)
- Diana Fuentes Becerra y Clara Atehortua,
Universidad del Rosario.
Entre la asistencia y el desarrollo: ciudadanía
desplazada
Chair: Juan Felipe García, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
409
39
Panel: Return as Durable
Solution
- Alexandra Saieh, School of Oriental and African
Studies.
The International Community and Its Influence in
Defining the Palestinian Right of Return
- Ina Jahn and Matthew Wilhelm-Solomon
University of the Witwatersrand
Bones in the Wrong Soil: Reburial, Belonging and
Durable Return in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda
- Brittany Wheeler, Field Museum of Natural
History.
If repatriation is the solution, what then is the
problem? The Repatriation of Human Remains as
a Lesson on Durable Solutions
Callixte Kavuro and Alice Wamundiya, Unity for
Tertiary Refugee Students ( UTRS)
Regional responses to forced migration: Exploring
the relationship between Rwandan refugees
proacted situation and insecurity in the Great
Lake Region.
Chair: Juliana Vengoechea, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
*All panels here will have translation service.
4:00 - 6:30 p.m.
Film Forum: The Vicious Circle of IDPs in Colombia: Return to their
Homeland and Fund the Same Conflict that they once tried to Escape.
Trauma of Displacement in Individuals.
“I heard the Government is returning lands, that is the reason I am here. I have come for what is
mine”
“An advice Marina: just forget all those bad things”.
Screening of the film: Retratos en un mar de mentiras (Portraits in a sea of
lies)
Colombia, 2009. 90’
Screenplay, direction and editing: Carlos Gaviria
Production: Erwin Goggel
Synopsis
Marina, a quiet, mute and amnesiac girl, abused by her grandfather and most of the people
around her, lives in a slum in Bogota. After the death of his grandfather, his cousin Jairo, a cheerful
and chatty street photographer, proposes to her to recover the land from which they were
displaced years ago.
They travel from Bogota to the Caribbean coast of Colombia in an old Renault 4, defying enormous
trucks, rugged landscapes and military checkpoints. But Jairo is not afraid of anything and for him,
the plan is clear: to find the land title and regain what is theirs. During the trip, Marina begins to
remember. Upon returning to his village they find themselves in the middle of the conflict they
had fled when they were children.
Production notes
“Portraits in a sea of lies” is a portrait of Colombia, a country that has been in an armed conflict for
the past 60 years. Several hundred thousand people have been killed and more than 4 million
have been displaced. However, Colombians see themselves as one of the happiest people in the
world.
Press notes
“The main challenge was how to personalize the magnitude of the tragedy. As a filmmaker I was
interested in the phenomenon of displacement from the point of view of the victims, not the
numbers. We did a research focusing more on the wounds than the killings, and the consequences
of displacement in individuals, especially in children. We heard many testimonies that were really
heartbreaking.
There is in Colombia a very sophisticated black propaganda campaign to discredit victims of
displacement, usually portraying them as alleged accomplices of an armed group. This has made
the average Colombian react with indifference to their tragedy”*
* Interview to Carlos Gaviria by UNHCR for the premiere of the film.
Awards and international participation
• Best Latin American Film, International Film Festival of Guadalajara, México, 2010.
• Best Actress, International Film Festival of Guadalajara, México, 2010.
• Official Competition 2010 (Opera Prima) in the 60 International Film Festival of Berlin - 2010.
Director: Carlos Gaviria
Carlos Gaviria has been a cinematographer on more than twenty films and documentaries, both in
the U.S. and Latin America. Among his most notable documentaries are: Mines a 25 minutes
documentary about the coal mines in Colombia; and Declarations of war and 500 seconds:
Childrens of the Americas. He is currently preparing a documentary about school dropout and the
recruitment of children in armed conflicts. Born in Bogotá in 1956, Carlos Gaviria has a Master of
Fine Arts from the film department of New York University.
Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U7pTnzq7aYg
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM) General
Meeting
Place: Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán, piso 5. Members only.
8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Conference dinner
Céntrico Restaurant (carrera 7 No. 32-16, 41 floor).
Friday, 18TH July
(Schedules may vary slightly)
9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Fifth panel session
Venue
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Panel
No.
40
Theme / Title of Panel
Panel:
Desplazamiento por
causas ambientales
Panelists / Participants
- Robert Natiello, OIM
Migración y cambio climático: una realidad mundial
que toca a Colombia
- Sebastián Rubiano, Universidad de los Andes
Migraciones forzadas por desastres y por cambio
climático en Colombia
- Manuel Guzmán, Hennessey Klimaforum
Latinoamérica
Entre 2020 y 2050 el problema central del mundo
será el de las migraciones climáticas
- Clara de la Hoz, Universidad de Versalles
Proyecto de tesis sobre desplazamiento climático y
procesos de reinstalación de poblaciones en
Colombia
Chair: Beatriz Eugenia Sánchez, Universidad de los
Andes, Colombia.
Ático*
Floor 5
41
Film screening and discussion: Hasta la última piedra (Until the last
stone)
English subtitles
Juan José Lozano (Director)
Juanita Deperraz (Chair)
9:00 – 11:30 a.m.
With the participation of Juan Lozano.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room A
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
42
43
Panel: Transitional
Justice and Forced
Migrations
Panel: Complex
Forced Migration
Scenarios
- Anna Purkey, McGill University.
Transitioning to Justice: Legal Empowerment in
Protracted Refugee Situations
- Fathima Badurdeen, Technical University of
Mombasa.
Linking Transitional Justice with Durable Solutions
for the Displaced: Exploring the Case of Protracted
Displacement and Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka
- Hulya Dincer, University of Marmara.
Internal Displacement and The Right to Truth and
Reparation in Turkey
Chair: Carolina Olarte, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
- Georgia Cole, University of Oxford.
The Politics and Paradox of the Rwandan Cessation
Clause
- Dacia Douhaibi, York University.
Refugees: Security Risks or Agents of Peace and
Development
- Fabio Díaz, Rhodes University.
Managing Peacebuilding: The Use of Managerial
Tools to Support Policymaking After a Peace Process
Danesh Jayatilaka, Kopalapillai Amirthalingam,
Rajith W. D. Lakshman and Asela Ekanayaka,
University of Colombo.
Development Induced Displacement (DID) and
Conflict Induced Displacement (CID): Commonalities
and Differences in Wellbeing among Resettled
Populations
Chair: Nicolás Rodríguez, independent researcher.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room C
44
Panel: Vulnerable
Groups: Protection
Challenges
- Elsa Oliveira, African Centre for Migration &
Society.
'I am here, and this is my life, but it's not all of me':
Insights Into the Lives of Migrant Women Sex
Workers in Inner-City Johannesburg
- Bani Gill, independent researcher.
Behind the Silence: Sexual Violence Against Afghan
and Burmese Refugee Women in Delhi
- Sheila Gruner, Universidad de Algoma.
The Textual Mediation of Displacement Whether
North or South: Development Policy as Process
- Johana Higgs, La Trobe University.
Transitions from Childhood: Child Combatants of the
Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias
Chair: Juliana Vengoechea, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room D
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
209
45
46
Panel: Dejar el
desplazamiento atrás:
condiciones
necesarias para las
soluciones duraderas
Panel: Los olvidados:
poblaciones
vulnerables en éxodo
- Diana Arie, Universidad Nacional de Osaka.
La educación de los refugiados vietnamitas en Japón
- Consuelo Sánchez, Facultad Latinoamericana de
Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) - Ecuador.
Experiencias educativas de familias y niños
refugiados colombianos en Ecuador
- Amhed Correa, Facultad Latinoamericana de
Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) – Red Latinoamericana de
Migración Forzada.
Contribución socioeconómica de la población
colombiana refugiada en Ecuador
- Carmen Gómez Martín, Facultad Latinoamericana
de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) - Ecuador.
Repensando el concepto de solución duradera. El
caso saharaui, cuatro décadas después de la
constitución de los campamentos de refugiados en
Argelia
Chair: Roberto Vidal, Instituto Pensar.
- Marcela Ceballos, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia.
Desplazamiento forzado de población LGBT en
Bogotá y construcción de paz en épocas de
transición
- María José Montoya, Universidad de los Andes,
Colombia.
Discapacidad y desplazamiento: la inclusión para la
sostenibilidad
- María Margarita Echeverry, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Memorias del desplazamiento forzado internacional
colombiano: niños, niñas y jóvenes exiliados en
España
Chair: Jorge Salcedo, Universidad del Rosario.
*All panels here will have translation service.
9:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Cine forum: The Right of Civilian Population to Declare its Territory as a
Neutral Zone during an Armed Conflict: The Case of the Peace Community
in San José de Apartadó
“We have been clear. We have said, everywhere, we don’t agree to coexist with any armed
groups. No matter they call themselves guerrilla, police, National army or paramilitaries”
Film proyection of the movieal: Hasta la última piedra (Until the last Stone)
Suiza, 2006. 60’
Direction: Juan José Lozano
Productin: Earthling Productions
Synopsis
On Monday 21 of February 2005 eight persons (including four children) were slaughter in the
municipality of San José de Apartadó (Uraba Antioqueño) by a group of soldiers of the Colombian
army. ¿What was the reason? To be part of the community of peace of San José de Apartadó.
¿What was the answer of the government to the declarations made by the international
community? Neither condemnation nor rejection to the crime and the order to establish a policy
station in the urban part of the town. ¿How did the peasants react to the arrival of the public
force? They abandoned the town and established themselves in a state of the community to build
a new place to live.
The documentary by Juan José Lozano was made a few months after the massacre, and it
constitutes a testimony of the courageous act of the inhabitants of San José de Apartadó to
exercise, as a civilian population in the middle of an armed conflict, the right to declare themselves
a neutral zone. A right recognized by the Geneva Convention, which was violated by the
Colombian government. A rights that became for more than seventy families in a daily struggle,
without guns, to live in peace in their own land, for that reason they rather change their home
than become IDPs.
Production notes
In the mid-90s, the right-wing paramilitary groups and the national army came to dispute the
control of the region to the guerrilla group FARC. To resist the effects of war and avoid being
displaced from their land, farmers from different villages of San José de Apartado declared their
neutrality in 1997, forming a Community of Peace.
Since the creation of the Peace Community, which now covers nearly 1,500 farmers, 165 of them
have been killed. Since the shooting of “Hasta la última piedra” three others were killed in June
2005.
Press notes
“I have been aware of the horrible things that happen every day in Colombia, by reading those
scene (in the chronic of the photographer Jesús Abad Colorado in the virtual newspaper El
Tiempo) in which the farmers found the decapitated bodies of their relatives, dismembered and
partially eaten by forest animals. I felt a huge desire to mourn, a deep frustration of finding the
level of barbarism that we have reached in the war in our country”. (Interview made by Ricardo Silva
Romero to Juan José Lozano for Arcadian magazine).
Director: Juan José Lozano
Director and writer of Swiss and Colombian nationality, graduated from the School of Film and
Television at the National University of Bogotá, Juan José Lozano was born in Ibagué (Colombia) in
1971.
As an independent producer and director, from 1995 to 1998, he takes part and produces several
documentaries for Colombian television, such as Bitacora, The conquest of peace, on the
reintegration of Colombian guerrillas during the peace process, and Crafts, on communities of
artisans in Colombia.
Since 1998 he lives in Geneva (Switzerland), where he writes, directs and produces documentaries
for film, television and public and private institutions.
Its main documentaries include: Vivre la democratie on participatory democracy in the context of
the armed conflict in Colombia, and Impunity, on the peace process and transitional justice in
Colombia, whichh received the prize for best documentary at the Festival Rencontres de Toulouse
2011.
2014 is already an excellent year for Juan Joseph, who is preparing his first animated documentary
Raul's World about the life of the FARC’s commander, Raul Reyes. Furthermore, in April this year
he finished the documentary Chasseurs of crimes, on the principle of universal justice, which was
presented at the University of the Andes.
Trailer: http://www.earthling-prod.net/hasta-la-ultima-piedra.html
11:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Coffee break
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. (Gabriel Giraldo Building (No. 3) – Auditorium Luis Carlos Galán)
Fifth plenary session: Displacement and Resistance

Germán Valencia
Nasa leader

Ranabir Samaddar
Calcutta Research Center

Flor Edilma Osorio
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
Chair: Juan Felipe García, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana.
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
Lunch hour
1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Audio-Walk: The Most Convenient Way Out
An audio-walk that takes the listener on a journey through the life of a young demobilized
Colombian - an individual from an armed rebel group who gives up his or her weapons and
voluntarily turns herself in to the authorities to take part in a ‘reintegration scheme
By: Luis Carlos Sotelo, University of East London. (Inscription required).
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Sixth panel session
Lugar
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Panel
No.
47
Theme / Title of Panel
Panel: Is Displacement –
A State of Exception”?
Issues and Perspectives
in Forced Migration
Panelists / Participants
- Nasreen Chowdhory, University of Delhi.
Marginality and Agency: Problems of
governability among refugees in South Asia
- Paula Banerjee, University of Calcutta.
The Indeterminate People: Permanent Exceptions
of Citizens and the Stateless
- Atig Ghosh, Calcutta Research Group.
Words of Law, Worlds of Loss: the Stateless
People of the Indo-Bangladeshi Enclaves’
Dr. SudeepBasu, Central University of Gujarat,
Organizing for Exile! Self-Help ethics and its
outcomes for Tibetan refugees
Chair: Ranabir Samaddar, Calcutta Research
Group.
Ático*
Floor 5
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building
(No. 3) –
Room A
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room D
48
Film screening and discussion: Algún día es mañana (English subtitles)
Ricardo Torres (Director)
Juan Manuel Peña (Producer)
Juanita Deperraz (Chair)
With the participation of Ricardo Torres and Juan Manuel Peña
Panel: Red Americana de Migraciones Forzadas y II Conferencia
Regional Humanitaria
49
Chair: Gabriel Rojas, Consultoría para los Derechos Humanos y el
Desplazamiento (CODHES).
50
Panel: The Role of
Human Rights Norms in
Regional Refugee
Protection Regimes: A
Comparison of Two
Regions
51
Panel: A theoretical
approach to the forced
migration
- David Cantor, director Refugee Law Initiative,
Human Rights Consortium, School of Advanced
Studies, University of London
Human Rights and the Legal Protection of
Refugees in Latin America’
- Susan Kneebone, Faculty of Law, Monash
University
Refugees Protection in Southeast Asia:
Humanitarianism, Pragmatism or Human Rights?
Chair: Juliana Vengoechea, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
- Andrea Benedetti and Tatyana Sheila Friedrich,
Universidade Federal do Paraná.
Transitional Justice and Political Refugees: Right
to Truth and Redress from the Revision of the
Amnesty Act in Brazil
- Fabiano L. de Menezes, Catholic University of
Santos.
How to Influence States to Cooperate in the
Refugee Regime: International Solidarity or
Strategic Interest?
- Ralph Wilde, University College London,
University of London.
The ‘Life of the Nation’ Extraterritorially: Can
States Derogate From Human Rights Obligations,
Including the Non-Refoulement Obligation, When
Performing Migration Control and Other Activities
Abroad?
Simon Behrman University of East Anglia
The Ethics of Asylum
Chair: Carolina Olarte, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
209
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
309
52
53
Panel: Leaving Behind
the Displacement:
Conditions for Durable
Solutions (I)
- Diana Rodríguez, Columbia University.
War Narratives, The Construction of a Moral
Economy in Educational Settings. A Case Study in
the Northern Border of Ecuador
- Aida Orgocka, Centre for Refugee Studies – York
University.
Facilitating Access to Higher Education for
Refugees Through a Canada-Kenya Partnership
- Andreas von Kanel, University of Neuchatel.
Education as a Durable Solution? Becoming a
Citizen in a Congolese Refugee Camp
Chair: Pablo Gómez, Universidad Javeriana.
Panel: Miradas al
desplazamiento forzado
en Colombia
- Andrés Salcedo, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia.
Víctimas y trasegares: ciudad y desplazamiento
en Colombia contemporánea
- Andrés Cancimance, Universidad Nacional de
Colombia.
Catástrofes creadas y su invisibilización en los
contextos urbanos: la migración forzada al
interior de las ciudades en Colombia
- Gloria Silva y Franklyn Castañeda, Fundación
Comité de Solidaridad con los Presos Políticos.
Detenciones arbitrarias y desplazamiento forzado
en Colombia
- Amelia Fernández, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Relaciones entre estructuras familiares, tipología,
ciclo vital y estresores que afectan a familias en
situación de desplazamiento forzada, ubicadas en
Bogotá, Localidad 19, Ciudad Bolívar, 2011-2012
-Nubia Ruiz, Universidad Nacional
La migración interna forzada en Colombia. LA
transformación de los territorios en Colombia a la
luz de la dinámica extractivista en el país y su
relación con la propiedad de la tierra. 1997-2012
Chair: Adriana Medina, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
409
Barón
Building (No.
2) – Room
509
54
55
Panel: Alternative
Approaches to Forced
Migration
Panel: National and
International Tribunals:
A Scenario of Protection
- Anita Fabos, Clark University.
Songs of Peace and Protest: Sudanese Music in
the Diaspora
- Janina Moninska, The University of Brighton
and Santander Universities Research Scholarship.
Migration Moving Mountains: Starting to Erode
Hegemony
- Dianna Shandy, Macalester College.
Narratives, Nuance, and Intention: Telling Stories
to Make a Difference
- Idil Atak, Ryerson University.
Protecting Human Rights of Migrants at the
External Borders of the European Union: The Role
of the European Courts
- James Simeon, York University.
Ending Impunity for International Crimes, Forced
Migrants, and the Challenge of Peacebuilding in
Situations of Transitional Justice
Chair: Andrea Pacheco, Universidade Estadual da
Paraiba.
*All panels here will have translation service.
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Cine forum: Las Pavas: Three Displacements, Three Returns and the Pacific
Struggle for the Restitution of Their Land
“A peasant without land is like a fish without water”
Projection and preview of the documentary: Algún día es mañana
(Someday will be tomorrow)
Documentary of the Chasquis Foundation
Direction: Ricardo Torres
Production: Juan Manuel Peña
Colombia, 2014. 70’
Synopsis
Drug trafficking, paramilitary groups and oil palm cultivation: peasant families of The Pavas, a
community located in the south of the department of Bolívar, have been displaced three times
during the last decade. Currently a huge agro oil palm project is being developed on land that they
had previously cultivated. On April 4, 2011 peasant families returned for the third time to The
Pavas. Since then, under constant pressure and threats, they have planted food and they have
undertaken a peaceful struggle to obtain the title to their land through the expropriation of the
companies that occupy them today.
Peasants of The Pavas often tell their experiences through songs, to keep alive their cultural
traditions and immortalize a story that no one could tell or write like them.
In November 2013, the 123 peasant families that make up the Association of Peasants of Buenos
Aires (ASOCAB) were awarded the National Peace Prize: “for fighting peacefully for years to obtain
the tenure of their lands in the hacienda The Pavas”.
About the Project “Les voy a contar la historia” (I am going to tell you the story)
The documentary “Someday will be tomorrow” is part of the project “I will tell the story” that
focuses all its efforts on strengthening the historical memory of The Pavas community and to
visualize their case to the world.
This project is a compilation of live sounds and an audiovisual collection of memories of this rural
community, sung and told by its own protagonists, showing the difficult social situation in the
region.
This visual art project shows from the inside the rich culture and the experiences of these families
who struggle for the recognition of the right to their land and their dignity. By creating ritual
spaces through art, the images and video transform the landscapes, and empower their roots in
order to allow their experiences to create new meanings and hope for a different future.
Since the beginning of the project “I will tell the story”, the Chasquis foundation has made the
following productions:
- I am going to sing the story: a CD collection of the sung stories of the community, published in
July 2013.
- A photographic Exhibition in Switzerland.
- An interactive exhibition in Bogota’s Book Fair in May 2014.
- The documentary film “Someday will be tomorrow” that will be previewed in IASFM 15.
- A music-documentary theater play (in preparation).
Since 2011, the Chasquis Foundation writes the blog “Return to the Pavas, the right of return with
peasant economy and food sovereignty”, a complementary tool for deepening and analyzing the
information on the case of Las Pavas: http://retornoalaspavas.wordpress.com.
About Chasquis Foundation
The Chasquis Foundation is an alternative communication-nonprofit organization that develops
integrated communication strategies and aesthetic products such as audiovisual and photographic
work.
Their work involves in a participatory way communities, social organizations and NGOs on human
rights and the environment, in order to make communication a fundamental tool for social
change.
Their professional ethics have focused on the understanding of complex socio-political situations
where minorities are involved. Their work focuses on everyday life, with the aim of documenting it
from a historical memory perspective and thus overcome stereotypes and sensationalism.
In 2012 the Women’s Corporation Ecofeminists Comunitar and the Peaceful Path of Regional
Women Cauca awarded to Chasquis Foundation a recognition as defenders of human rights, “for
their work on audiovisual communication and its accompanying processes with social
organizations and groups”.
The award was given during the presentation of the 2013 Report of human right conducted by the
network for life and human rights.
Other documentaries produced by Chasquis Foundation are: Las Pavas, la hora del retorno; El
Pacífico colombiano, entre la vida, el desarraigo y la resistencia and A l’ombre de la fièvre de l’or.
Director: Ricardo Torres
Ricardo Torres graduated from graphic design at the National University of Colombia in 1998. He
worked in the field of advertising until 2004. In 2005, he established himself temporarily in Buenos
Aires (Argentina), in order to undertake several photography courses. In 2006 he arrives in
Switzerland and after two years of in-depth studies began his career as a filmmaker with the
documentary film “I introduce you Miguel”.
In 2010 he joined the team at Chasquis Foundation, where he continues to work. On his return to
Switzerland in 2012 he channeled his expertise in producing audiovisual and photographic shoots.
He currently serves as an independent director.
Trailer: http://vimeo.com/76268590
3:30 - 4:00 p.m.
Coffee break
4:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Seventh panel session
Venue
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) –
Auditorium
Luis Carlos
Galán*
Ático
Floor 5
Panel
No.
Theme / Title of Panel
56
Screening for Conflict
and Asylum Related
Sexual Violence – and
its Implications for
Justice & Durable
Solutions
57
Panel: Racism and
Xenophobia: still
present
Panelists / Participants
CANCELLED PANEL
- Julián Gutiérrez, York University.
Internalized Racism and Displacement in Colombia
- Jessica Anderson, The George Washington.
Threat and the Logic of Target Selection: Migration
and South Africa’s Xenophobic Attacks
- Sirus Kashefi, Osgoode Hall School.
A Look at Economic, Social, Legal, and Political
Racism in North America throughout Selladurai
Premakumaran and Nesamalar Premakumaran v.
Her Majesty the Queen
- Sadhana Manik, University of Kwa Zulu-Natal.
Zimbabwean Teachers’ Seeking Peace and Stability
in South Africa
Chair: Juliana Vengoechea, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room A
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room B
58
Panel: Leaving Behind
the Displacement:
Conditions for
Durable Solutions (II)
59
Panel: Forced
Migrations and the
Construction of
Humanitarian
Protection in Brazil –
Durable Lessons to be
Learned by Other
- Nathan Toews, Mennonite Central Committee and
the Mennonite Church Colombia.
Psychosocial Support by the Colombian Anabaptist
Church to Promote Healing in the Midst of Forced
Displacement
- Hyojin Im, Virginia Commonwealth University.
An Interpretive Study of Meaning of Peace and
Conflicts Among Somali Refugees in Kenya:
Evaluation of Peace Education Programme in
Dadaab Refugee Camp
- Isabel Ruiz, Oxford University.
Economic Consequences of Displacement Camps
Chair: Mario Velásquez, Osgoode Hall Law School.
- José Carlos Loureiro, UniSantos.
The protection of Environmentally Displaced Persons
in Brazil: An Adequate Form of Protection?
- Ricardo Burrattino Félix, UniSantos.
Brazil´s Actions in the Humanitarian Protection of
Syrians
States in the Region?
Gabriel
Giraldo
Building (No.
3) – Room C
Ático- Salón
creativo
60
Panel: Forced
Migration in Peace
Time
- Arisa Ribas, Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina
(UFSC).
The Protection of Human Trafficking Victims in Brazil
- Elisa Moretti Pavanello, Universidad Federal de
Santa Catarina (UFSC).
Brazil´s Assistance in Establishing Safety Zones for
the Protection of Internally Displaced People
Chair: Pablo Gómez, Pontificia Universidad
Javeriana.
- Sanjula Weerasinghe and Abbie Taylor,
Georgetown University.
Responding to Non-Nationals Caught in Natural
Disasters and Conflict
- Raquel Celis y Óscar Pulido, Comisión Española de
ayuda al Refugiado (CEAR).
La caracterización de la migración forzada. Insumos
desde el derecho internacional de los derechos
humanos
Chair: Andrea Pacheco, Universidade Estadual da
Paraiba.
Audio-Walk: The Most Convenient Way Out
Meeting with the director Luis Carlos Sotelo
*All panels here will have translation service.

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