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Philippe De Bruycker, Odysseus coordinator, has been interviewed by Le Monde on the impact of the Afghan crisis on EU policy on returns

Philippe De Bruycker, Odysseus coordinator, has been interviewed by Le Monde. The comments of Prof. De Bruycker’s  appear in the article: “Le sort des réfugiés afghans divise l’Union européenne: Des Etats membres ont suspendu les retours forcés des demandeurs d’asile déboutés, mais d’autres disent vouloir continuer à les appliquer”. The article is available here  (only […]

Iris Goldner Lang, Odysseus Member for Croatia, published a new article "EU COVID-19 Certificates: A Critical Analysis”

Iris Goldner Lang, Odysseus Member for Croatia, published a new article “EU COVID-19 Certificates: A Critical Analysis”

Iris Goldner Lang, Odysseus Member for Croatia and Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law at the University of Zagreb, published a new article: “EU COVID-19 Certificates: A Critical Analysis”. The article has been published in the European Journal of Risk Regulation (EJRR), as part of the EJRR Symposium on COVID-19 Certificates. The article critically analyses […]

Meltem Ineli-Ciger, Odysseus Member for Turkey, published a new chapter “Protecting Aliens with Article 3 of the ECHR An Analysis with a Focus on Refugees and Migrants”

Meltem İneli Ciğer, Odysseus Member for Turkey, published a new chapter  in a newly published book edited by David Moya and Georgios Milios: Aliens before the European Court of Human Rights: Ensuring Minimum Standards of Human Rights Protection. The book conducts an in-depth analysis of the ECHR’s jurisprudence on migration and asylum. Each chapter deals with the […]

Lilian Tsourdi, member of the Odysseus coordination team and Assistant Professor at Maastricht University and Philippe De Bruycker, Odysseus’ coordinator, have co-authored a new study for the Libe Committee of the European Parliament: “The EU Approach on Migration in the Mediterranean”

Lilian Tsourdi member of the Odysseus Coordination Team and Assistant Professor at Maastricht University, and Philippe De Bruycker, Odysseus’ coordinator, with Violeta Moreno-Lax and Jennifer Allsopp, have co-authored a new study for the Libe Committee of the European Parliament: “The EU Approach on Migration in the Mediterranean”. The study covers developments from the 2015 refugee […]

Tesseltje de Lange, Odysseus Member for the Netherlands, appointed Professor of European Migration Law will assume her office in an inaugural lecture: “Welcoming talent. European Migration Law has a part to play”.

Tesseltje de Lange, Odysseus Member for the Netherlands, appointed Professor of European Migration Law at Radboud University  will assume her office in an inaugural lecture: “Welcoming talent. European Migration Law has a part to play“. The lecture will be given on Friday 2 July 2021, from 15:45. Registration & info here .  

On 10 June 2021, Philippe de Bruycker, founder and coordinator of Odysseus Academic Network, will partecipate in the Webinar for the 50th anniversary of France terre d’asile

Philippe de Bruycker, founder and coordinator of the Odyesseus Academic Network and Jean Monnet Chair for European Law on Immigration & Asylum  at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), will partecipate in the Webinar for the 50th anniversary of France terre d’asile:  “L’évolution du rôle de l’Union Européenne dan les politiques migratoires”.  The webinar will […]

Francesco Maiani, Odysseus Member for Switzerland, invites you to the online discussion: A European Refugee Law: Blessing or Curse for the 1951 Geneva Convention?

Prof. Dr. Francesco Maiani, Odysseus Member for Switzerland and Associate Professor of European Law at the University of Lausanne will moderate the online event A European Refugee Law: Blessing or Curse for the 1951 Geneva Convention? . The event is part of the celebration for the 70th anniversary of UNHCR. Click here for the overview […]

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