At a time when national responses to the asylum crisis are prevailing, the reintroduction of internal border controls being the most symbolic measure, the search for solidarity among Member States is crucial. This issue has been discussed by Prof. De Bruycker and Prof. Labayle in an interview on the Belgian radio. The interview (in French) […]
Europe’s crisis: What future for immigration and asylum law and policy? Migration and Law Network 2016 Conference 27-28 June, London in association with Queen Mary University of London The European Union is today faced by significant movements of refugees and migrants from places which have experienced war or economic or environmental pressure. Combined with recent […]
On February 22, the University of Oxford will host a seminar entitled ‘Counting and Accounting for Migrant Deaths along the Southern External Borders of the EU’ by Tamara Last, a PhD candidate at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. To read more, click here.
On Friday 4 March 2016, the Odysseus Member for the Netherlands, the Centre for Migration Law of Radboud University Nijmegen, will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a conference. For more information, click here.
L’Université libre de Bruxelles, en collaboration avec les Éditions de l’Université de Bruxelles et les Presses Universitaires de Bruxelles (PUB), participe à la Foire du livre de Bruxelles du 18 au 22 février 2016, sur le stand 305. Philippe De Bruycker, fondateur du Réseau Odysseus, participera au panel sur “L’Europe et la crise des réfugiés”, qui […]
On Thursday 7 January 2016, a Special Event took place titled “One Year after Charlie Hebdo: Responding to Terror in Europe”, with the participation of Mrs Michèle CONINSX, President of Eurojust, Professor Henri LABAYLE, Professor of Law, Univérsité de Pau et des Pays d’Adour, Director of CDRE (Bayonne) and of the GDR “Droit de l’Espace de liberté, […]
P. De Bruycker and E. Tsourdi discuss burden sharing in the January issue of Forced Migration Review (p. 64). According to the authors, the cycle of mutual mistrust between EU Member States that prevents solidarity can only be broken if responsibility is assessed fairly on the basis of objective indicators. To read more, click here.