Date: Thursday 26 September 2013
Venue: Barn 2, Hendon campus, Middlesex University
This interdisciplinary conference brings together scholars and activists to discuss how regulatory regimes are changing within the UK and across Europe and how families affected by these changes are responding whether through compliance, legal challenge, strategic manoeuvring or recourse to alternative routes of entry, particularly under EU law. It will also present the results of a study, carried out by Middlesex University and funded by the Nuffield Foundation, comparing spousal regulation across European states and questioning the extent of similarity and divergence in forms of regulation.
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