On 28-29 September 2017, prof. Christoph Schmid (University of Bremen) and I organise a TENLAW follow up seminar in Groningen (the Netherlands). The theme of the seminar is housing law and policy in general. We choose the title „Migration and other current issues of housing law and policy” as a lose framework, so papers on any topical subject will be accepted. TENLAW is a European research project/network on tenancy law and housing policy that received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (see http://www.tenlaw.uni-bremen.de/).
The purpose of the seminar is to keep the TENLAW research network alive and to debate current developments in housing law and policy. It is hoped that the seminar will be a friendly and welcoming forum for the exchange of ideas and constructive criticism of works in progress as well as an opportunity to present more developed projects.
Groningen may be reached easily by air via Amsterdam airport (and by train from there). However, it will not be possible to refund travel and accommodation expenses.
Please send your proposals for papers to Christoph Schmid (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Michel Vols (email@example.com) as soon as possible. A title and an abstract would be sufficient by now. For seminar registration, please contact us as well.
Prof. dr. M. Vols LLM
Chair in Public Order Law
Faculty of Law, University of Groningen, Department of Legal Methods
Centre for Public Order, Anti-social behaviour and Security
PO Box (Postbus) 716, 9700 AS Groningen (the Netherlands)
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