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Opening lecture by Elspeth Guild (UK Odysseus Member) on Monstrous citizenship and Brexit at QMU in London on 27/9

Odysseus Network member Professor Elspeth Guild is giving her Inaugural Lecture at Queen Mary University London: BREXIT and its consequences for the UK and EU citizenship or Monstrous citizenship. Lecture Synopsis: On 23 June 2016, somewhat to the surprise of the political establishment and the pollsters, the British public voted to leave the European Union. […]

In Memory of Kristine Kruma, Latvian Member of the Odysseus Network

The members of the Odysseus Academic Network have learned with surprise and sadness of the passing of Kristine Kruma, our Latvian colleague in the network. Kristine joined Odysseus after the enlargement process and has been an active member of our network since 2004, always ready to help with simplicity and efficiency. In May, she was […]

New Publication from Slovenian Member of Odysseus Network

The Odysseus Network Member from Slovenia, Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, recently published her book, “Erased: Citizenship, Residence Rights and the Constitution in Slovenia” (published by Peter Lang Academic Research). The book is an English translation and transformation of her PhD thesis, dealing with legal aspects of ‘the erasure’ – the unlawful deprivation of legal status of individuals […]

Study on the Reform of Dublin III by Swiss Member of Odysseus Network

The Swiss Member of the Odysseus Network, Dr. Francesco Maiani, has written a study on “The Reform of the Dublin III Regulation” for the LIBE Committee (Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs). The study examines the performance of Dublin and relocation schemes, and assesses the Commission’s “Dublin IV” Proposal. It argues that Dublin […]

Newsletters on Immigration Law, Asylum Law and CJEU Case Law by Dutch Member of Odysseus Network

Odysseus Members in Radboud University Nijmegen have published the latest issues of their legal newsletters. The newsletters are available at the following links: Newsletter on European Migration Issues for Judges (NEMIS): http://cmr.jur.ru.nl/nemis/nemis.2016.2.pdf Newsletter on European Asylum Issues for Judges (NEAIS): http://cmr.jur.ru.nl/neais/neais.2016.2.pdf Overview of CJEU Judgements and Pending Cases: http://www.ru.nl/law/cmr/documentation/cmr-series/cjeu-overview/ Previous issues are available at the […]

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