“Sharing the Responsibility or Shifting the Focus? The Responses of the EU and the Visegrad Countries to the Post-2015 Arrival of Migrants and Refugees” The key research question of this paper is why the Visegrad group countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia) are reluctant to participate in the EU schemes on solidarity with […]
This workshop will explore the legal practice of expelling EU citizens from a host EU state in light of EU law and fundamental rights standards. It will focus on how EU law frames the possibility to expel EU citizens and the types of limitations that are placed upon national states when trying to make use […]
Seminar hosted by the University of Iceland Human Rights Institute and the Nordic Institute for Migration and Refugee Policy, in cooperation with the Icelandic Research Fund Centre of Excellence on Mobilities and Transnational Iceland, The Icelandic Ministry of Justice and the Finnish Section of the Nordic Federation of Public Administration (NAF) Live streams of the plenary […]
REDIAL (REturn Directive DIAlogue) has published the third edition of its Electronic Journal on Judicial Interaction and the EU Return Policy online. The issue is on articles 15 to 18 of the Return Directive 2008/115. It was written by Madalina Moraru, with the help of Géraldine Renaudiere, and under supervision of Philippe De Bruycker – […]
Prof Vincent Chetail, based at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and Swiss Member of the Odysseus Academic Network, has published a new article titled ‘The Architecture of International Migration Law: A Deconstructivist Design of Complexity and Contradiction’. Please see the abstract below and find a link to the full article here. Abstract: […]
Prof. Philippe de Bruycker, Founder and Coordinator of the Odysseus Network, will participate in a panel discussion for the launch of a new book “EU Asylum Policies: The Power of Strong Regulating States” by Natascha Zaun (University of Oxford) at the Institute for European Studies, VUB, Brussels on 12 April. For more information and registration […]
Thomas Spijkerboer, Professor of Migration Law at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Dutch Member of the Odysseus Network, will give the Annual Elizabeth Colson Lecture 2017 at Oxford University, titled ‘Nostalgia and Legitimacy: Understanding the Externalization of European Migration Policy. More information and how to register can be found here.