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2nd Mar Writer's retreat Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)

Are you stuck writing your thesis? Or need to finish a paper or article but just can't seem to focus?

Join the peer-driven writer's retreat on the 14th of April to get your focus on. 

This retreat is organized as part of the IPRC Research Week conference and will take place from 10:00-12:00 UTC+1. Register via https://comsys.io/c/iprc-research-week/ for free to get the virtual location.

no image 25th Feb Marchaton - Wanne join the DLPR Team? Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)

Hey everyone,


If you want to join the DCU Marchaton but don't have a fun team yet - the Dublin Law and Politics Review is joining as a team! Only 2 places left for those wanting to join in the walking :)
For those who have missed the email on marchaton here is the info below:

Welcome to Marchathon 2021 – the all-Ireland Step Challenge !!  This year, Sustainability DCU together with DCU Healthy and DCU Sports and Wellbeing have organised an engaging and exciting set of weekly challenges to motivate and encourage you to get those walking shoes on!  Each week you and your team will be eligible to win prizes in both the internal DCU and overarching NTA challenges.

For 4 weeks from Monday 1st March to Friday 28th March, Staff and Students from campuses all over the country will be aiming to get moving this March.  Everyone is welcome to get involved.

To take part you need to :

1.    Get into a team of 3 – 6 people

2.    Sign up online at www.activetravellogger.ie (If you have participated before you can just login or if this is your first time you will need to register your details with your DCU email address)

a)   Team captain: choose a team name and set your team up on the Active Travel Logger

b)  Team members: sign up online at Active Travel Logger, find a team and join it.

Here is a quick video guide to help you

c) We will be running some team creation session’s in the last week in Feb - so don’t worry if you can’t fill your team we can help identify suitable members

d) If you sign up by 19th Feb then you will be in the hat for a small prize from the NTA.

3.   Step Counter — any step counter will work - you can download an app (e.g. Free Smarter Travel Step Counter), buy a pedometer, use a Fit Bit, or other step tracking device -  you will need to log your steps on the  www.activetravellogger.ie before 14.00 on the Monday of each week – if you can’t logon for any reason your captain can also log your steps for you.

4.    From 1st March to 28th March get walking where possible, try lunchtime walks, try walking meetings….aiming to increase your steps throughout the challenge and log your steps each week.

5.       Have Fun !

Here is a link to the  Participants Guide.

There are lots more prizes to be won throughout the challenge so keep an eye on your emails.

If you have any questions please contact me at or you can email the experts at info@smartertravelcampus.ie. Please note due to high volumes it may take up to 48 hours to respond to queries sent to this email address.

 Kind regards from the Sustainable Healthy Sporty Team !!!!!

9th Feb Call for Abstracts Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)


(IM)MIGRATION LAW & POLICY


Are you researching migration law or policies? Would you like to present your research?


 

Call for Abstracts


An estimated 258 million people, approximately 3 per cent of the world's population, currently live outside their country of origin. Many of whose migration is characterized by varying degrees of compulsion, or because of free movement within the EU. While migration is a positive and empowering experience for many, it is becoming increasingly evident that there is a lack of human rights-based migration governance at the global, regional and national levels. This situation leads to the routine violation of migrants' rights in transit, at international borders, and in the countries, they migrate.

The colloquium will provide a platform for researchers and research students to present and share their research and how it contributes to or impacts society. The researchers will also have an opportunity to receive feedback from academic mentors. There will be a prize of 100 for the best abstract and the best presentation.

Abstract selection will consider how well the research goal is explained research and how it will impact the society. Contributions can cover any area of migration law and policy. The conference aims to offer researchers, experts, scholars, and policymakers an opportunity to engage in a constructive debate on migration law and policy. The call for abstracts is open to all disciplines.

Abstracts should be limited to 500 words, written in English and must include the author's name and institution e-mail address. Submissions can be made HERE by 28th February 2021. Successfully applicants will be informed in early March. Questions can be submitted through: contact@dublinlpr.ie. This colloquium is a part of the IPRC research week and is organized by the Dublin Law and Politics Review and the DCU School of Law and Government.

Colloquium Date:


Colloquium Time: UTC+1 time zone

no image 3rd Feb Does gender provide justice? Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)

Does gender provide justice?

Caoimhe Kiernan talks to Prof. Sally J. Kenney from Tulane University on the role of women in the European and U.S. judiciary and the impact they make.

Writer's retreat

Posted 2nd Mar
Author Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)

Are you stuck writing your thesis? Or need to finish a paper or article but just can't seem to focus?

Join the peer-driven writer's retreat on the 14th of April to get your focus on. 

This retreat is organized as part of the IPRC Research Week conference and will take place from 10:00-12:00 UTC+1. Register via https://comsys.io/c/iprc-research-week/ for free to get the virtual location.

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Marchaton - Wanne join the DLPR Team?

Posted 25th Feb
Author Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)

Hey everyone,


If you want to join the DCU Marchaton but don't have a fun team yet - the Dublin Law and Politics Review is joining as a team! Only 2 places left for those wanting to join in the walking :)
For those who have missed the email on marchaton here is the info below:

Welcome to Marchathon 2021 – the all-Ireland Step Challenge !!  This year, Sustainability DCU together with DCU Healthy and DCU Sports and Wellbeing have organised an engaging and exciting set of weekly challenges to motivate and encourage you to get those walking shoes on!  Each week you and your team will be eligible to win prizes in both the internal DCU and overarching NTA challenges.

For 4 weeks from Monday 1st March to Friday 28th March, Staff and Students from campuses all over the country will be aiming to get moving this March.  Everyone is welcome to get involved.

To take part you need to :

1.    Get into a team of 3 – 6 people

2.    Sign up online at www.activetravellogger.ie (If you have participated before you can just login or if this is your first time you will need to register your details with your DCU email address)

a)   Team captain: choose a team name and set your team up on the Active Travel Logger

b)  Team members: sign up online at Active Travel Logger, find a team and join it.

Here is a quick video guide to help you

c) We will be running some team creation session’s in the last week in Feb - so don’t worry if you can’t fill your team we can help identify suitable members

d) If you sign up by 19th Feb then you will be in the hat for a small prize from the NTA.

3.   Step Counter — any step counter will work - you can download an app (e.g. Free Smarter Travel Step Counter), buy a pedometer, use a Fit Bit, or other step tracking device -  you will need to log your steps on the  www.activetravellogger.ie before 14.00 on the Monday of each week – if you can’t logon for any reason your captain can also log your steps for you.

4.    From 1st March to 28th March get walking where possible, try lunchtime walks, try walking meetings….aiming to increase your steps throughout the challenge and log your steps each week.

5.       Have Fun !

Here is a link to the  Participants Guide.

There are lots more prizes to be won throughout the challenge so keep an eye on your emails.

If you have any questions please contact me at or you can email the experts at info@smartertravelcampus.ie. Please note due to high volumes it may take up to 48 hours to respond to queries sent to this email address.

 Kind regards from the Sustainable Healthy Sporty Team !!!!!

Call for Abstracts

Posted 9th Feb
Author Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)


(IM)MIGRATION LAW & POLICY


Are you researching migration law or policies? Would you like to present your research?


 

Call for Abstracts


An estimated 258 million people, approximately 3 per cent of the world's population, currently live outside their country of origin. Many of whose migration is characterized by varying degrees of compulsion, or because of free movement within the EU. While migration is a positive and empowering experience for many, it is becoming increasingly evident that there is a lack of human rights-based migration governance at the global, regional and national levels. This situation leads to the routine violation of migrants' rights in transit, at international borders, and in the countries, they migrate.

The colloquium will provide a platform for researchers and research students to present and share their research and how it contributes to or impacts society. The researchers will also have an opportunity to receive feedback from academic mentors. There will be a prize of 100 for the best abstract and the best presentation.

Abstract selection will consider how well the research goal is explained research and how it will impact the society. Contributions can cover any area of migration law and policy. The conference aims to offer researchers, experts, scholars, and policymakers an opportunity to engage in a constructive debate on migration law and policy. The call for abstracts is open to all disciplines.

Abstracts should be limited to 500 words, written in English and must include the author's name and institution e-mail address. Submissions can be made HERE by 28th February 2021. Successfully applicants will be informed in early March. Questions can be submitted through: contact@dublinlpr.ie. This colloquium is a part of the IPRC research week and is organized by the Dublin Law and Politics Review and the DCU School of Law and Government.

Colloquium Date:


Colloquium Time: UTC+1 time zone

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Does gender provide justice?

Posted 3rd Feb
Author Annelieke Mooij (Chairperson)

Does gender provide justice?

Caoimhe Kiernan talks to Prof. Sally J. Kenney from Tulane University on the role of women in the European and U.S. judiciary and the impact they make.

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Conference (Im)Migration Law & Policy
Starts:
Wed 7th Apr at 09:00
Ends:
at 17:00
Cost:
FREE
VIRTUAL
Event
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An estimated 258 million people, approximately 3 per cent of the world's population, currently live outside their country of origin. Many of whose migration is characterized by varying degrees of compulsion, or because of free movement within the EU. While migration is a positive and empowering experience for many, it is becoming increasingly evident that there is a lack of human rights-based migration governance at the global, regional and national levels. This situation leads to the routine violation of migrants' rights in transit, at international borders, and in the countries, they migrate.

The colloquium will provide a platform for researchers and research students to present and share their research and how it contributes to or impacts society. The researchers will also have an opportunity to receive feedback from academic mentors. There will be a prize of 100 for the best abstract and the best presentation.

Abstract selection will consider how well the research goal is explained research and how it will impact the society. Contributions can cover any area of migration law and policy. The conference aims to offer researchers, experts, scholars, and policymakers an opportunity to engage in a constructive debate on migration law and policy. The call for abstracts is open to all disciplines.

Abstracts should be limited to 500 words, written in English and must include the author's name and institution e-mail address. Submissions can be made HERE by 28th February 2021. Successfully applicants will be informed in early March. Questions can be submitted through: contact@dublinlpr.ie. This colloquium is a part of the IPRC research week and is organized by the Dublin Law and Politics Review and the DCU School of Law and Government.


Colloquium Date:

Colloquium Time: UTC+1 time zone

Workshop: Writing for Academic Journals
Starts:
Wed 14th Apr at 13:00
Ends:
at 14:15
Cost:
FREE
 Max:
35
VIRTUAL
Event


Writing for academic journals is a difficult skill. Researchers are expected to publish but often not taught how.

During this workshop Rowena Murray will give you the basic tools for effective writing skills. Dr. Murray has published several books on writing skills for academic journals in the social sciences and will be glad to share her knowledge on this topic.

The workshop is free but registration is necessary through contact@dublinlpr.ie.

 

Workshop takes place at: 13:00-14:15 Irish Standard Time

Conference (Im)Migration Law & Policy

Starts Wed 7th Apr at 09:00
Ends at 17:00
Cost FREE
Type VIRTUAL Event

An estimated 258 million people, approximately 3 per cent of the world's population, currently live outside their country of origin. Many of whose migration is characterized by varying degrees of compulsion, or because of free movement within the EU. While migration is a positive and empowering experience for many, it is becoming increasingly evident that there is a lack of human rights-based migration governance at the global, regional and national levels. This situation leads to the routine violation of migrants' rights in transit, at international borders, and in the countries, they migrate.

The colloquium will provide a platform for researchers and research students to present and share their research and how it contributes to or impacts society. The researchers will also have an opportunity to receive feedback from academic mentors. There will be a prize of 100 for the best abstract and the best presentation.

Abstract selection will consider how well the research goal is explained research and how it will impact the society. Contributions can cover any area of migration law and policy. The conference aims to offer researchers, experts, scholars, and policymakers an opportunity to engage in a constructive debate on migration law and policy. The call for abstracts is open to all disciplines.

Abstracts should be limited to 500 words, written in English and must include the author's name and institution e-mail address. Submissions can be made HERE by 28th February 2021. Successfully applicants will be informed in early March. Questions can be submitted through: contact@dublinlpr.ie. This colloquium is a part of the IPRC research week and is organized by the Dublin Law and Politics Review and the DCU School of Law and Government.


Colloquium Date:

Colloquium Time: UTC+1 time zone

Workshop: Writing for Academic Journals

Starts Wed 14th Apr at 13:00
Ends at 14:15
Cost FREE
Max 35 attendees
Type VIRTUAL Event


Writing for academic journals is a difficult skill. Researchers are expected to publish but often not taught how.

During this workshop Rowena Murray will give you the basic tools for effective writing skills. Dr. Murray has published several books on writing skills for academic journals in the social sciences and will be glad to share her knowledge on this topic.

The workshop is free but registration is necessary through contact@dublinlpr.ie.

 

Workshop takes place at: 13:00-14:15 Irish Standard Time

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