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Odysseus members Vincent Cetail, Ryszard Cholewinski, Elspeth Guild and Siobhán Mullally to speak at ‘Migrants’ Rights at a Crossroads’ conference

Odysseus members Vincent Cetail, Ryszard Cholewinski, Elspeth Guild and Siobhán Mullally amongst speakers at ‘Migrants’ Rights at a Crossroads’ conference. ‘Migrants’ Rights at a Crossroads’ ‘Seizing the Moment(um) of the Global Compact and the SDGs 2030 to forge a new path for the protection of migrants’ rights’ One-day conference, supported by the Modern Law Review, […]

Odysseus member Neza Kogovsek Salamon publishes new article titled: ‘The Role of the Conditionality of EU Membership in Migrant Criminalization in the Western Balkans’

Odysseus member Neza Kogovsek Salamon has published a new article on ‘The Role of the Conditionality of EU Membership in Migrant Criminalization in the Western Balkans. ABSTRACT The Role of the Conditionality of EU Membership in Migrant Criminalizationin the Western Balkans  The EU’s responses to migration challenges exceed the territory of its memberstates. Through externalization of border control they spill over into the countries ofthe Western Balkans […]

Dr. Violeta Moreno-Lax keynote speaker at Queen Mary Centre for European Research event.

Odysseus member Dr. Violeta Moreno-Lax will to be keynote speaker at the Queen Mary Centre for European Research event on: “The Right to Rescue: A Human Rights Defender Framework”. Held on Monday 25th of March, 18.30 – Arts One Lecture Theatre, Queen Mary University of London Keynote Speaker: Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax (Centre for European Research, Queen Mary […]

Les Cahiers de l’EDEM, une newsletter par l’équipe de Sylvie Sarolea, membre du Réseau Odysseus

L’EDEM (Equipe droits européens et migrations) est une équipe de recherche qui a été créée en 2011 dans le cadre d’un projet de recherche cofinancé par le fonds européen pour les réfugiés et l’UCL. L’EDEM a été fondée par Sylvie Sarolea, professeure à l’UCL et membre du Réseau Odysseus. Chaque mois, les Cahiers de l’EDEM […]

Lilian Tsourdi, Odysseus Researcher, will be contributing to the Hellenic Observatory event titled ‘Greece Facing the Immigration and Refugee Crisis’

Lilian Tsourdi, Odysseus Researcher and Lecturer in International Human Rights and Refugee Law at the University of Oxford, will be contributing to the Hellenic Observatory event titled ‘Greece Facing the Immigration and Refugee Crisis’ on Wednesday the 20th of February 2019 from 16.30-18.00. The event will be discussing how Greece has been able to manage the […]

Odysseus member, Professor Thomas Spijkerboer, publishes new article on the Global Mobility Infrastructure in the European Journal of Migration and Law

Professor Thomas Spijkerboer has published a new article: “The Global Mobility Infrastructure: Reconceptualising the Externalisation of Migration Control”, Volume 20: Issue 4 in European Journal of Migration and Law. Abstract Since the end of the Cold War, migration law and policy of the global North has been characterised by externalisation, privatisation and securitisation. These developments have been conceptualised […]

Odysseus founder Professor Philippe De Bruycker and Odysseus Researcher Dr. Lilian Tsourdi amongst the top 10 most read authors in 2018 published in ‘European Papers – A Journal on Law and Integration’

Odysseus founder Professor Philippe De Bruycker and Odysseus Researcher Dr. Lilian Tsourdi amongst the top 10 most read authors published in ‘European Papers – A Journal on Law and Integration’ in 2018.   Bottom-up Salvation? From Practical Cooperation Towards Joint Implementation Through the European Asylum Support Office Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi European Papers, Vol. 1, 2016, […]

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