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Tesseltje de Lange Odysseus Member’s for the Netherlands published with Pedro de Sena a new article : our income is too high, your income is too low: discretion in labour migration law and policy in the Netherlands and Macau

Labour migration policies create social tensions over the functioning of national labour markets, the interests of the local workforce, employers’ needs and migrant workers’ rights. This makes legislating on labour migration a balancing act, which often leads to legislation which grants wide discretion to bureaucrats in assessing labour market needs or other public interest indicators. […]

Nicos Trimikliniotis, Odysseus Member’s for Cyprus will present the new Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation Cyprus report: “Cyprus as a New Refugee “Hotspot” in Europe? Challenges for a Divided Country”

The Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation Cyprus cordially invites you to a seminar on Asylum and Migration Challenges for Europe & Cyprus On the occasion of the launch and presentation of the FES-Report   Cyprus as a New Refugee “Hotspot” in Europe? Challenges for a Divided Country on Thursday, 20 February 2020, 18.30-21.00   Location: Fulbright Center Cyprus, UN Buffer […]

Wednesday 19th : lunchtime seminar by Dr Lilian Tsourdi of the Odysseus Coordination team 'Holding the European Asylum Support Office Accountable for its role in Asylum Decision-Making: Mission Impossible?'

Wednesday 19th : lunchtime seminar by Dr Lilian Tsourdi of the Odysseus Coordination team ‘Holding the European Asylum Support Office Accountable for its role in Asylum Decision-Making: Mission Impossible?’

This Wednesday Lilian Tsourdi is giving a talk in Galway for the Irish Centre for Human Rights. 1pm seminar room. All welcome! The talk is drawing from her forthcoming open-access article in the German Law Journal in a special issue coedited by Cathryn Costello and Itamar Mann.

Gregor Noll, Odysseus Member’s for Sweden, wrote a new article: “The International Court of Justice and Migration” in Achille Skordas (Odysseus Member’s for Greece): “Research Handbook on the International Court of Justice”

Abstract The ICJ would seem to offer itself as an obvious arbiter in North-South conflicts about migration law. While the lack of consent to the jurisdiction of the ICJ by potential parties might provide some explanation for the scarcity of migration-related judgments, we seem to be left with the image of a potential unfulfilled. The […]

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