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Doctoral Seminar with 4 PhD Grants

Doctoral Seminars with 4 PhD Grants

During the Summer School 2019, 12 PhD students had the opportunity to present their research projects. Four PhD students where awarded an Odysseus grant to take part in the Summer School 2019.
Below you can find a record of their projects and presentations.


Séminaires doctoraux avec 4 bourses doctorales

Pendant le cours d’été 2019, 12 étudiant.e.s doctoraux/ales ont eu l’opportunité de présenter leurs projets de recherche. Quatre d’entre eux ont obtenu  la bourse doctorale Odysseus pour participer au cours d’été 2019.
Vous trouvez ci-dessous une liste de leur projets et présentations.

The Projects // Les projets

1. Fair sharing in the international refugee regime: (for) what it’s worth? The role of International Law in Benchmarks for cooperation in International Refugee Law,
presented by Evelien Wauters, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, BE
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

2. The role and meaning of sufficient resources conditions in EU Migration Law,
presented by Miriam Quené, Vrije Universiteit Antwerp, BE
Click here to access the PPT presentation

3. Asylum Policies in the European Union? The Role of Street-Level Bureaucrats
in the Implementation of the Common European Asylum System,
presented by Radu-Mihai Triculescu, University of Twente, NL
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

4. La rétention des migrants au regard des droits européens,
présenté par Emilie Destombes, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour, FR
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

5. Refugee-led organisations in Europe : Policy contributions, opportunities and Challenges,
presented by Masooma Torfa, University of Hohenheim, Germany
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

6. La migration environnementale à la recherche d’un équilibre entre justice environnementale et justice migratoire,
présenté par Marie Courtoy, Université de Louvain-la-Neuve, BE
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

7. Crises de l’Euro et de Schengen: récits politiques conflictuels ou consensuels,
présenté par Lara Querton, Université libre de Bruxelles, BE
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

8. Undesirable but unreturnable – striking the balance between the rights of migrants and national security,
presented by Julia Zomignani, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, BE
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

9. The right to asylum and subsidiary protection and the impact on national and European security: new constitutional challenges,
presented by Jorge Viguri Cordeiro, University of Jaume, Spain
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

10. Family reunification of Turkish migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands – A comparative study of legal consciousness of Turkish migrants in Belgium and the Netherlands,
presented by Ayse Güdük, Ghent Universiteit, BE
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

11. Refugee resettlement in the European Union: Lessons to be learned from a comparative analysis with the United States,
presented by Janine Prantl, University of Innsbruck, Austria
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

12. To protect, tolerate or expel? International protection obligations towards migrants with psychological disabilities facing removal,
presented by Nicolette Busuttil, Queen Mary London University, UK.
Click here to access the PPT presentation.

 

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