Bruno Nascimbene, Professor of EU Law at University of Milan and member of the Odysseus Network, has published an article on “Refugees, the European Union and the ‘Dublin system’. The Reasons for a Crisis” in European Papers, a new e-Journal on Law and Integration. For more details on the aim and content of European Papers, […]
A summer course will be organized by the Centre for Migration Law, Nijmegen, the Netherlands on the topic of “Citizenship and Migration: Europe’s 21st century challenges.” The course will take place in Nijmegen during the 2nd week of August and is part of the Radboud Summer School. Designed for a wide audience, the course explores […]
“Is the EU-Turkey refugee and migration deal a treaty?”, by Maarten den Heijer and Odysseus Network Member Thomas Spijkerboer. Available at: http://eulawanalysis.blogspot.be/2016/04/is-eu-turkey-refugee-and-migration-deal.html
A revised and extended second edition of the Commentary on EU Immigration and Asylum Law by Odysseus Network Members Kay Hailbronner and Daniel Thym has been published. The second edition includes a number of new authors who cover all relevant legislation together with four newly devised thematic introductions which are meant to help young researchers […]
Odysseus Network member Paul Minderhoud and Tineke Strik edited the contributions of several authors on the Single Permit Directive (2011/98) into a concise book: “The Single Permit Directive: Central Themes and Problem Issues”, following a seminar organised by the CMR in December 2014 which focused on the implementation of this Directive. More details can be […]
INTRAlaw (International and Transnational Tendencies in Law), a research centre established within the Department of Law at Aarhus University in Denmark, is organising an academic workshop on the theme of “Interaction between human rights: 50 years of the Covenants”. Call for papers: 15 April 2016. See the abstract themes and criteria here.
Interesting debate on the legality of the EU-Turkey deal between Prof. Hathaway and Prof. Hailbronner. First is the interview of Prof. Hathaway: http://verfassungsblog.de/three-legal-requirements-for-the-eu-turkey-deal-an-interview-with-james-hathaway/. Then, a response from Prof. Hailbronner: http://verfassungsblog.de/legal-requirements-for-the-eu-turkey-refugee-agreement-a-reply-to-j-hathaway/ to which Prof. Hathaway replied back: http://verfassungsblog.de/taking-refugee-rights-seriously-a-reply-to-professor-hailbronner/.