Has the International Megan’s Law impacted your life?
Then please take part in this study.
- The academic and policy literature on International Megan’s Law (IML) is missing the voices of those whose mobility is impacted.
- This study will add a qualitative analysis of lived experiences to the debate about disproportionate systems of punishment and their unintended consequences on citizens’ rights and livelihoods.
Seeking accounts of challenges with post-IML international travel from:
- Registered citizens
- Families of registered citizens
- Lawyers and social workers who have worked with the two groups above
- You will take part in a 30-60 minute online interview.
- You will be asked about you/your family/your client’s experiences with travelling after the introduction of IML.
- Your answers will be confidential and fully anonymized.
- The online interview can be conducted with video on or off.
How to participate:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your interest and participation preferences by April 30, 2021.