The interview was done the 31 March 2020. ENS caught up with Valeria Ilareva, the Head Lawyer and the Chairperson of the Foundation for Access to Rights, a Bulgaria based civil society organisation and a longstanding ENS member. Valeria has more than 18 years of experience in the field of migration and asylum law. We spoke […]
Radboud Recharge Published by Tesseltje de Lange and Ivana Kalaš, Friday 20 March 2020 Self-employment preferred over workplace discrimination It turns out that the discrimination experienced in the workplace by people with a so-called migrant background is a major reason for them to start their own business. Our research study focused on the life stories […]
Covid-19 and Fundamental Rights in the Republic of Cyprus Evaluation of the Measures by the Government and Public Authorities by Corina Demetriou & Nicos Trimikliniotis Centre for Fundamental Rights of University of Nicosia/Symfilios The first Governmental reaction to the coronavirus was on 28th February with a set of measures consisting of: – General cautions to the public to […]
Article écrit la journaliste Maria Psara En principe la crise provoquée par l’épidémie ne devrait pas suspendre l’analyse des demandes d’asile selon le professeur Philippe De Bruycker de l’Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Les procédures doivent être suivies. Si des réfugiés devaient être positifs au covid-19 “on peut mettre en place des mesures de quarantaine, […]
L’interview de Philippe de Bruycker commence à partir de 23min. Vous pouvez visionner l’ensemble du JT à partir de ce ce lien.
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Abstract The aim of this paper is twofold. First, it will display an ever-increasing phenomenon of Member States’ infringements of EU migration and asylum law as an instance of the violation of the principle of solidarity and discuss the reasons behind it. It will be suggested that EU inter-state solidarity is just as much about […]