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/.
Dr. Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, Odysseus Member from Slovenia and Director of the Peace Institute, has contributed to an electronic publication with information on and analysis of the refugee crisis in 2015, focusing on Slovenia as one of the countries on the main migration route. The first chapter contains facts, the second focuses on key legal […]
Odysseus Members in Radboud University Nijmegen have published the latest issues of their legal newsletters. The newsletter are available at the following links: Newsletter on European Migration Issues for Judges (NEMIS): http://cmr.jur.ru.nl/nemis/nemis.2016.1.pdf Newsletter on European Asylum Issues for Judges (NEAIS): http://cmr.jur.ru.nl/neais/neais.2016.1.pdf Overview of CJEU Judgements and Pending Cases: www.ru.nl/publish/pages/676102/cjeu_list_2016_1_int.pdf Previous issues are available at […]
The 2016 International AHRI Research Conference will take place on 2-3 September 2016 at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM) of Utrecht University, the Netherlands. The title of the conference is: “50 Years of the Two UN Human Rights Covenants: Legacies and Prospects” The conference will serve as a platform for presenting international human […]
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.