Venue: BOZAR/VUB KONEKT space – Mezzanine Galerie Ravenstein Time: 28 March 2018, 18:00-19:30, followed by a reception This panel debate is organized in the framework of the VUB-ULB Konekt.Brussels week and the Euromaster Course ‘European Immigration Policy’ In late 2015 and early 2016, thousands of migrants strived to enter the EU’s territory and/or to reach […]
The Global Approach to Migration and Mobility by Tineke Strik Groningen Journal of International Law (2017) Vol. 5, No. 2 Abstract Since the Treaty of Amsterdam, the EU has developed several instruments delineating cooperation with third countries in the management of migration, borders and asylum in the so-called Global Approach to Migration and Mobility (GAMM). […]
The European Union and Migration: An Interplay of National, Regional, and International Law by Iris Goldner Lang AJIL Unbound (2017) Volume 111, pp. 509-513 Available here Extract: If global migration law “includes all levels of the law,” then the European Union represents the most developed instance of the interplay of national, regional, and international law. […]
Professors Achilles Skordas (iCourts, University of Copenhagen) and Panos Koutrakos (City, University of London) co-organize a conference on ‘Judicial Responses to the Migration Crisis’. The conference will take place on 9 March 2018 in Copenhagen. The speakers will discuss recent developments in the case law of the European Court of Justice, the European Court of […]
The Irish Centre for Human Rights, NUI Galway, is hosting a conference on the theme of ‘Vindicating the Rights of Migrants and Refugees: exploring the role of courts and tribunals’ on May 17th -18th 2018. Submissions of paper proposals on the theme of the conference are sought. Click here for more information.
The 16th session of the Dubrovnik Seminar will focus on the topic “Blame it on Brussels – EU Law and Distributive Effects of Globalisation”. Paper proposals may cover a variety of areas focusing on two questions raised by the recent political events, particularly Brexit, which shed doubt on the traditional legal narrative of EU integration as […]
Abstract This text discusses the 2015/2016 crisis regarding the mass inflow of refugees into Europe caused by turmoil in Africa and in the Middle East. It suggests that the existing and newly adopted EU migration and asylum measures and policies may not only jeopardise asylum seekers’ rights, but also destabilise the EU regime of fundamental […]