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Kees Groenendijk

Email: cagroenendijk@hotmail.comGroenendijk

 

He is emeritus Professor of Sociology of Law at the University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands), founder and Research Fellow of its Centre for Migration Law (www.jur.ru.nl/cmr), and member of the Standing Committee of Experts on international immigration, refugee and criminal law (Meijers Committee). He was one of the founding editors of Rechtspraak Vreemdelingenrecht, a yearbook on Dutch and international case-law on immigration, refugees and race relations published since 1975. He was member of the Network of Experts on Free Movement of Workers (1992-2013). He is a member of the Odysseus Network of Experts on European Migration and Asylum Law.

He has published on the social and legal status of immigrants, immigration and race relations legislation and policies, legal integration of immigrants and nationality law. He has coordinated a series of international comparative research projects concerning the legal status of migrants.For his publications see: http://www.ru.nl/law/cmr/research/publications-author/groenendijk/

His recent publications include:

  • Reverse discrimination, family reunification and Union citizens of immigrant origin, in: E. Guild a.o. (eds.), The Reconceptualization of European Union Citizenship, Leiden/Boston 2014 (Martinus Nijhoff) Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe Vol. 33, p. 169-188
  • Recent developments in EU law on migration: the legislative patchwork and the Court’s approach, European Journal of Migration and Law 2014, p. 313-335
  • Beschränkung von Freizügigkeit von Unionsbürger? In: K. Barwig e.a. (Hrsg.) Freiheit, Baden-Baden 2014 (Nomos) Schriften zum Migrationsrecht nr. 15, p. 56-67
  • ‘Access for Migrants to Social Assistance: Closing the Frontiers or Reducing Citizenship’ and ‘Social Assistance and Social Security for Lawfully Resident Third-Country Nationals: On the Road to Citizenship?’ in: E. Guild a.o. (eds.), Social Benefits and Migration, A Contested Relationship and Policy Challenge in the EU, Brussel 2013 (CEPS), p. 1-30.
  • The Court of Justice and the Development of EEC-Turkey Association Law, in: G. Jochum, W. Fritzemeyer & M. Kau (Hrsg.) Grenzüberschreitendes Recht – Crossing Frontiers, Festschrift für Kay Hailbronner, Heidelberg 2013 (C.F. Müller) p. 413-428
  • Das Assoziationsrecht EWG/Türkei, Rechte türkischer Staatsangehöriger in der EuGH-Rechtsprechung, Baden-Baden 2013 (Nomos), 127pp. (with H. Hoffmann en M. Luiten)
  • Are third-country nationals protected by the Union law prohibition of discrimination on grounds of nationality? In: K.Barwig & R. Dobbelstein, Den Fremden akzeptieren, Festschrift für Gisbert Brinkmann, Baden-Baden 2012 (Nomos) Schriften zum Migrationsrecht nr. 6, p. 131-142
  • Kategorisierung von Menschen im Migrationsrecht der EU, in: K. Barwig u.a. (Hrsg.), Gleichheit, Hohenheimer Tagen zum Ausländerrecht 2011, Baden-Baden 2012 (Nomos), p. 43-59
  • Integration of immigrants in the European Union: The Old or The New Way?, in: Y. Pascouau & T. Strik (eds.), Which Integration Policies for Migrants? Interaction between the EU and its Member States, Nijmegen 2012 (Wolf Legal Publishers), p. 3-14
  • Long-Term Residence, in: S. Peers a.o. (eds.), EU Immigration and Asylum Law (Text and Commentary), Vol 2: EU Immigration Law, 2nd revised ed., Leiden/Boston 2012 (Martinus Nijhoff) Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe Vol. 28, p. 287-330

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