Guest Lecture by Professor Magdalena Kmak: Human Rights and Resistance in Mobile Law

Poznań Human Rights Centre ILS PAS kindly invites to the Guest Lecture delivered by Professor Magdalena Kmak (Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland) who will be presenting the topic “Human Rights and Resistance in Mobile Law”.
The Guest Lecture will commence on Wednesday, 5 October 2022, at 11:00 AM (CEST).
The lecture will be held in the hybrid form at the Poznań Human Rights Centre ILS PAS Office (27/29 Mielżyńskiego St., Poznań) and on the MS Teams platform.
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To confirm your attendance in person, please send an e-mail ( by Monday, 3 October 2022. For attendance online, no prior registration is required.

Magdalena Kmak
is Professor of Public International Law, with a specialisation in Migration and Minority Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, Business, and Economics. She is a Principal Investigator and Consortium Director of a project Diversity, Trust and Two-Way Integration (Mobile Futures) funded by the Strategic Research Council within the Academy of Finland (2021-2027). Magdalena received her PhD in 2009 from the Institute of Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. She holds the title of Docent in law and globalization (University of Helsinki). Her current research focuses on the multifaceted relationship between law and mobility, in particular in the context of global migration and minority regimes as well as the epistemological role of mobility for law. Her research interests encompass mobility studies, new minorities, exile studies and history of migration, public international law, human rights and international and European refugee and migration law.