James Milner

Associate Professor, Political Science, Carleton University; Project Director, Local Engagement Refugee Research Network (LERRN)

James has been a researcher, practitioner and policy advisor on issues relating to the global refugee regime, global refugee policy and the politics of asylum in the global South. In recent years, he has undertaken field research in Burundi, Guinea, Kenya, India, Tanzania and Thailand, and has presented research findings to stakeholders in New York, Geneva, London, Ottawa, Bangkok, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam and elsewhere. He has worked as a Consultant for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in India, Cameroon, Guinea and its Geneva Headquarters. James submitted a policy brief entitled “The Humanitarian Development Nexus: Opportunities for Canadian Leadership” with Kevin Dunbar, from CARE Canada, through the Refugee Research Network– to the Government of Canada on December 2, 2016

My Sessions

Making Progress on Canada’s Approach to the Humanitarian, Development and Peace Nexus

Room 106 AB

REGISTER FOR THIS SESSION LIMITED SPACE AVAILABLE INTERPRETATION TOKEN: LEADERSHIPCAN2   Focusing on double and triple nexus programming in practice, this session will bring together recent evidence from this approach in programming, with current civil society, political, defence and academic perspectives, framing an interactive discussion that will contribute to the creation of a white paper […]