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Registration Annual Event | EU External Borders: Schengen, Sovereignty, Border Control and Fundamental Rights

Professor Daniel Thym, Odysseus’ Member for Germany, is among the conference’s keynote speakers. Date: Friday, 13 January 2023 Time: 17h00-19h00 (followed by a walking dinner) Speakers: Daniel Thym (University of Konstanz) and Jonas Grimheden (Frontex), and closing words by Koen Lenaerts (President, Court of Justice of the European Union) Format: hybrid (on campus and online) Location: Institute for […]

Invitation to webinar on the wider implications of the paradigm shift in Danish refugee policy

 Jens Vedsted-Hansen, Odysseus Member for Denmark  will be participating in the webinar.   UNDERSTANDING DENMARK’S ‘PARADIGM SHIFT’ AND THE WIDER IMPLICATIONS FOR AFFECTED REFUGEES AND EUROPEAN COUNTRIES WEBINAR THURSDAY JANUARY 12th FROM 15:00 to 16:30 (CET) For registration, please go to: https://www.humanrights.dk/events/understanding-denmarks-paradigm-shift-wider-implications-affected-refugees-european This webinar, co-hosted by UNHCR Northern Europe and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR), […]

Nationality Law and the Law of Regional Integration Organisation. Towards New Residence Status?

Bruno Nascimbene, Professor of EU Law at University of Milan and member of the Odysseus Network, has new publication “Nationality Law and the Law of Regional Integration Organisation. Towards New Residence Status?” This study presents a historical and conceptual reconstruction of nationality law and offers an analysis of the issues involved, now and in the […]

Research Handbook on EU Migration and Asylum Law

A new handbook on EU migration & asylum law published by Lilian Tsourdi & Philippe De Bruycker, the perfect tool for beginners to understand the area & advanced readers to review the subject. It will be used as the reference book during the Odysseus Summer School. Available here.

Are all Afghan women and girls refugees? An analysis in light of the Refugee Convention

Meltem İneli Ciğer, Odysseus member and and Nikolas Feith Tan, published a new blog: Are all Afghan women and girls refugees? An analysis in light of the Refugee Convention. This paper focuses on the following relevant question: should any Afghan woman or girl fleeing the country following the Taliban takeover be recognised as a refugee under […]

The Recast EU Blue Card Directive: Towards a Level Playing Field to Attract Highly Qualified Migrant Talent to Work in the EU?

Tesseltje de Lange, Odysseus Member for the Netherlands, Professor of  Sociology of Law and Migration Law at Radboud University and Zvezda Vankova have written for the European Journal of Migration and Law The paper entitled ” The Recast EU Blue Card Directive: Towards a Level Playing Field to Attract Highly Qualified Migrant Talent to Work in the EU? […]

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