MA – EURUS, BA – Maj. Religion, Carleton University
Ben’s primary area of research is concerned with the development and institutionalization of asylum and migration policy. With a background in religious studies and philosophy, he hopes to explore theoretical drivers in policy formation and development.
Globerman B. 2016. Externalization of EU Refugee and Asylum Approaches with Martin Geiger. Presenter and Panelist. “International Association for the Study of Forced Migration 16”. Poznan, Poland. July 2016.
Globerman, B. 2016. Norms in Crisis: Examining the Effects of Securitization on Political Discourse during Elections in Canada and the EU. Presenter and Discussant. “State of the EU in Canada and in the Asia Pacific”. University of Victoria, Victoria. May 2016.
Globerman B. 2016. International Organizations’ Engagement with Refugee/Migrant Rights. Chair. “International Research Workshop: Managing Migration in World Society”. Carleton University, Ottawa. March 2016.
Globerman, B. 2016. Uneasy Balance: State Interests Versus Shared Values in the Development of European Union Asylum Policy. Panelist and Presenter. “Graduate Student Conference on the European Union”. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. February 2016.