European Meeting on Lesbos island about EU migration policy at frontiers Odysseus Cypriot Member Nicos Trimikliniotis (University of Nicosia) has been invited to speak at the European Meeting will take place on 6 & 7 October 2018 in Mytilene, Lesvos, in collaboration with the local organizations of the island, Hias Greece, Lesbos Legal Centre and […]
“Regional Disembarkation Platforms” and “Controlled Centres”: Lifting The Drawbridge, Reaching out Across The Mediterranean, or Going Nowhere? By Francesco Maiani Available on Reflaw.org
Since 3 years, Odysseus member Sylvie Sarolea coordinated a team of professors from various disciplines of the humanities at the Catholic University of Louvain, who has created an interdisciplinary MOOC on migration issues. The course involves lawyers, economists, demographers, anthropologists, social scientists and social psychologists, aiming at achieving an interdisciplinary perspective. This MOOC may be […]
We are pleased to announce that Odysseus Croatian member Iris Goldner Lang and her colleagues from the EU law Department at the University of Zagreb – Faculty of Law have been awarded a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, with the title “EU Global Leadership in the Rule of Law”.
1 October 2018 Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa International Conference: The relevance of migration for the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration. Coordinated by Odysseus Portuguese Member Prof. Constança Urbano de Sousa Programme: More info and registration here.
The Odysseus Academic Network is very pleased to announce that its Portuguese Member Nuno Piçarra has been appointed as a judge to the Court of Justice of the European Union. On 25 July 2018, the representatives of the governments of the member states appointed Mr Nuno José Cardoso da Silva Piçarra (Portugal) as judge to […]
Bifurcation of people, bifurcation of law: externalization of migration policy before the EU Court of Justice Journal of Refugee Studies Vol. 31, No. 2 . Thomas Spijkerboer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands Abstract: In the past 25 years, European migration policy has been externalized, resulting in a bifurcation of human movement. This has become clearly […]