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New Article by Max Weber Fellow Dr Lilian Tsourdi (Odysseus Coordination Team) on ‘Bottom-up Salvation? From Practical Cooperation Towards Joint Implementation Through the European Asylum Support Office’

Dr Lilian Tsourdi, Member of the Odysseus Coordination Team and Max Weber Fellow at the European University Institute, has published a new article titled ‘Bottom-up Salvation? From Practical Cooperation Towards Joint Implementation Through the European Asylum Support Office’. Please find the full paper here. Abstract: This article assesses the role of the European Asylum Support […]

Bruno Nascimbene (Italian Odysseus Member) at ECtHR seminar on non-refoulement

Professor Bruno Nascimbene, based at the University of Milan and Italian Member of the Odysseus Academic Network, has given a speech at the seminar on non-refoulement organised by the ECtHR. You can find the full videocast here, with Prof Nascimbene’s intervention starting at 20′:  https://vodmanager.coe.int/cedh/webcast/cedh/2017-01-27-4/lang

New Paper on the Rhetoric of the Refugee Crisis and the Failed Reform of the CEAS by Vincent Chetail (Swiss Member of the Network)

Professor Vincent Chetail, based at the Graduate Institute of International and Development studies Geneva and Swiss member of the Odysseus Academic Network, has published a paper titled ‘Looking Beyond the Rhetoric of the Refugee Crisis: The Failed Reform of the Common European Asylum System’. The full paper can be downloaded here. Abstract: This column challenges […]

Working paper on the 19 September New York Declaration and the Global Compact on Migration by Prof Elspeth Guild (British Member of the Network)

Prof Elspeth Guild, based at Queen Mary, University of London and British Member of the Network, and Stefanie Grant have published a working paper titled ‘Migration Governance in the UN: What is the Global Compact  and What Does it Mean?’. See here for the full paper. Abstract: The subject of this Working Paper is the […]

Advice in CJEU Case C-638/16 PPU on prejudicial questions concerning humanitarian visas by Prof Thomas Spijkerboer (Dutch Member of the Odysseus Network)

Prof Thomas Spijkerboer, Dutch member of the Odysseus Academic Network and based at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, together with Yussef Al Tamimi and Evelien Brouwer, has written advice on the issue on CJEU Case C-638/16 PPU regarding the issuing of humanitarian visas to a Christian Syrian family. The central question discussed is whether international treaties and […]

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