The Centre for Human Rights, Multiculturalism, and Migration (CHRM2) organises annual conference by inviting renowned scholars, practitioners, and policymakers. The Centre has successfully conducted International Workshop 2016 (State, Constitutionalism, and Citizenship in Southeast Asia) and Summer Conference 2017 (Human Rights in Southeast Asia: Are We Moving Backward?) which were attended by renowned scholars such as Professor Yuzuru Shimada (Nagoya), Professor Carol Tan (SOAS), Professor Werner Menski (SOAS), Assc. Professor Johan Shamsuddin (Malaya), and Dr. Dian A.H. Shah (NUS). In 2018, we will conduct 3rd Conference by inviting academicians, practitioners, and policymakers to submit their papers with the theme, “Narrating Human Rights: Issues of Migration, Discrimination, and Protection of Human Rights in Southeast Asia” on 18-19 September 2018.
CONFERENCE 2017 UPDATE
Call for Papers! Summer Conference 2017: Human Rights in Southeast Asia: Are We Moving Backward?
Full Paper Guidelines (UPDATE)
Confirmation of Attendance
Conference Booklet 2017 (Update)
Tentative Schedule for Summer Conference 2017 (Revised)
CONFERENCE 2018 UPDATE
Call for Papers! Narrating Human Rights: Issues of Migration, Discrimination, and Protection of Human Rights in Southeast Asia
Full Paper Submission Form