In 2021 the AFAR project Algorithmic Fairness for Asylum Seekers and Refugees was launched. Iris Goldner Lang, Professor at the University of Zagreb and Odysseus Member, is one of the project partners, together with the Hertie School in Berlin, University of Oxford, European University Institute in Florence, and University of Copenhagen. To learn more about […]
Siobhán Mullay, Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children, and Odysseus Member, urges UK to halt transfer of asylum seekers to Rwanda. The Special Rapporteur has previously raised her concerns regarding the Nationality and Borders Bill, and its potential adverse impact on the human rights of victims of trafficking. You can read the article […]
Read the latest contribution by Thomas Spijkerboer, Professor at VU Amsterdam and Odysseus Network member: Coloniality and Recent European Migration Case Law. In this chapter the author interrogates European law as actively contributing to the undermining of migrants’ rights, since its inception. This chapter is part of the Book Migrants’ Rights, Populism and Legal Resilience […]
Gregor Noll, Professor at the University of Gothenburg and Odysseus member, and Eleni Karageorgiou, postdoctoral fellow at Lund University, published their latest contribution: Receiving Ukrainian Refugees in the EU: A Case of Solidarity? They analyse the meaning of solidarity in relation to the Ukrainian refugees’ case. Read the article here.
Read the latest contribution Temporary Protection and European Racism by Achilles Skordas, Senior Research Fellow at Max Plank Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law and Odysseus member. By analysing the implementation of the Temporary Protection Directive, the author compares the non activation of TPD in the previous situations of irregular mass migration in […]
Read the latest contribution by Vincent Chetail, Odysseus Member and Professor at Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, on The International Organization for Migration and the Duty to Protect Migrants: Revisiting the Law of International Organizations. The author analyses the legal nature of the International Organization for Migration and its constraint on compliance with […]
L. E. Tsourdi, Assistant Professor of European Union Law and Dutch Research Council grantee at the Law Faculty of Maastricht University and Odysseus Network member, has recently published the following contributions: The EU’s Shifting Borders Reconsidered: Externalisation, Constitutionalisation, and Administrative Integration, where she co-edits a special section at the European Papers exploring the interplay between […]