4 – 15 July/Juillet 2016
EUROPEAN LAW and POLICY on IMMIGRATION and ASYLUM
DROIT et POLITIQUE de l’IMMIGRATION et de l’ASILE de l’UNION EUROPEENNE
There are still places available mainly in the French group
Il reste des places disponibles principalement dans le Groupe francophone
The aim of the 16th Summer School is to provide its participants with an comprehensive understanding of the immigration and asylum policy of the European Union from a legal point of view.
In the framework of the Summer School, we offer PhD seminars to a group of around 15 PhD researchers who have the opportunity to present their thesis topic and to get feedback from a panel made of Members of the Odysseus Academic Network.
L’objectif du 16e cours d’été européen est de fournir aux participants une connaissance globale de la politique d’immigration et d’asile de l’Union européenne d’un point de vue juridique.
Dans le cadre du cours d’été, nous offrons des séminaires doctoraux à un groupe de +/- 15 doctorants qui auront l’opportunité de présenter leur sujet de thèse à un panel composé de 3 ou 4 membres du Réseau Académique Odysseus qui donneront leur avis.
FIRST ANNUAL POLICY CONFERENCE ON SOLIDARITY
The Odysseus Network hold its first annual policy conference in Brussels on Friday 26 February and Saturday 27.
The conference centred around the topical theme of solidarity, including solidarity in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, solidarity in the EU asylum policy as well as solidarity in EU borders and visa policies.
We are pleased to make public proceedings from the conference, including a collection of short papers based on a number of presentations, Powerpoint presentations, audio recordings, the programme and the speakers bio.
REturn DIALogue Second Workshop
Co-funded by the European Union under the EU Return Fund
Director of the project : Prof. Philippe De Bruycker
From November 2014 to December 2016
First thematic workshop
The first thematic workshop of the REDIAL Project was held in Florence on the 2nd and 3rd of October 2015 and gathered judges from 19 Member States, specialised professors, researchers and legal experts working on return and migration law at both European and national level. Based on the national-case law DATABASE and the European Synthesis report, participants had the opportunity to discuss and debate the key issues and legal concepts covered by the first package of the Directive’s provisions, namely the termination of illegal stay. As a follow-up to this first meeting, an open-access website (euredial.eu) has been created and an Electronic Journal on Judicial Interactions and Return Policy is going to be published online. A second thematic workshop will be held in Brussels from 14 to 16 April 2016.