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New Book : “Causes and Consequences of Migrant Criminalization” Edited by Neza Kogovsek Salamon Odysseus Member for Slovenia

Causes and Consequences of Migrant Criminalization Ius Gentium: Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice Editors: Kogovšek Šalamon, Neža (Ed.) Presents a comprehensive approach to migrant criminalization The book illustrates how the trend of associating migrants and refugees with criminality is on the rise. In political discourses and popular media alike, migrants and refugees are frequently […]

Boldizsar Nagy Odysseus Member’s for Hungary wrote a guest editorial in the NEAIS on the important case on the detention of asylum seekers at the Hungarian border

NEAIS is a Newsletter on European Asylum Issues. This newsletter is designed for judges who need to keep up to date with European developments in the area of asylum. This newsletter contains European legislation and jurisprudence on four central themes regarding asylum: (1) qualification for protection (2) procedural safeguards (3) responsibility sharing and (4) reception […]

To read: the recently published EPRS European Implementation Assessment on the Return Directive that builds upon the work done by the Odysseus Academic Network in the REDIAL project

EPRS | European Parliamentary Research Service The Return Directive 2008/115/EC European Implementation Assessment This EPRS European Implementation Assessment is based on two external studies: 1) a study evaluating the implementation of the Return Directive in ten selected Member States; 2) a study examining the external dimension of the Return Directive. It finds several protection gaps […]

New Published Book with Two Contributions by the Belgium Members of Odysseus: Sylvie Sarolea and Jean-Yves Carlier

New Published Book with Two Contributions by the Belgium Members of Odysseus: Sylvie Sarolea and Jean-Yves Carlier

Humanitarian Admission to Europe The Law Between Promises and Constraints Bringing together contributions from legal scholars and practitioners, this book contributes to a broader reflection on the extent to which policy controversies on humanitarian admission to Europe are channeled and managed through law. The book is divided into four parts. The first part identifies the […]

Lilian Tsourdi researcher for the Odysseus Network published a Chapter (8) in the book “EU Law in Populist Times”

8 – The Emerging Architecture of EU Asylum Policy Abstract Crisis vocabulary has consistently dominated public discourse on asylum in both the EU and its Member States since 2015. The spike in arrivals of individuals seeking asylum in the EU highlighted the limitations inherent in the legal design and implementation modes of EU asylum policy, […]

Max Planck Institute for International Law with Achilles Skordas Odysseus Member for Greece Open a Postdoc position

The Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law invites applications for a position to start as soon as possible as a Senior Research Fellow (Postdoc) (m/f/d) (Law | Political Science) in the research group led by Dr Carolyn Moser About the group The matrix of European security policies has considerably changed in […]

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi­ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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