Zyfi, J. (Aug 2020). Destined to be a criminal: Biometrics, race and predictions of criminality. Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Prague, Czech Republic.
(Nov 2019). The Privatization of Immigration Detention in Canada. American Society of Criminology (ASC), San Francisco, USA.
Zyfi, J. (May 2019). Role of biometrics in immigration decisions. Canadian Association for Refugees and Forced Migration Studies (CARFMS), Toronto, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (Jun 2019). Privatization of immigration detention practices in Canada. The Migration Conference, Rome, Italy.
Zyfi, J. (Jul 2018). Playing with lives under the guise of fair play: The safe country of origin policy in the EU and Canada. International Association for the Study of Forced Migration, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Zyfi, J. (May 2018). Syrian refugee resettlement through storytelling. CARFMS Student Caucus, Ottawa, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (Nov 2017). You say safe, but for who? ASC, Philadelphia, USA.
Zyfi, J. (Sept 2017). Europe’s Influence on Canada’s Designated Country of Origin Policy. International Metropolis Conference, The Hague, Netherlands.
Zyfi, J. (May 2017). Safe for Some, Not for Others: Europe’s Influence on Canada’s Refugee Policy. CARFMS, Victoria, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (Nov 2016). Challenges in the Fight against Human Trafficking in Europe: Enhancing the Resilience of State Policy and Practice. (animated poster). ASC, New Orleans, USA.
Montevirgen, M., & Zyfi, J. (Jun 2016). #RefugeeCrisis: Analyzing Social Constructions of the Syrian Refugee Crisis Through Twitter Hashtags. Justice, Crime and Deviance Graduate Conference, Brantford, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (May 2016). Safe Countries of Origin Concept in the EU and Canada: Policy and Human Rights Implications. CARFMS, Winnipeg, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (Jun 2015). Asylum in Canada: Policy and Human Rights for Refugees. (research video) Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Congress, Ottawa, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (May 2015). The Criminalization of Migration in a Canadian Context. CARFMS, Toronto, Canada.
Zyfi, J. (Feb 2015). The International Student Experience. Speaking Your Language Mental Health Symposium, Toronto, Canada.