Madalina Moraru has written a chapter in the book by Iglesias Sánchez, S. and González Pascual, M.: Fundamental Rights in the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, Cambridge University Press. The title of this chapter is “The EU Fundamental Right to Asylum: In Search of its Legal Meaning and Effects”, available here.
The third issue of the Newsletter on European Migration Issues which contains all European legislation and jurisprudence on access and residence rights of third country nationals, is now available here. The editorial board is composed of Carolus Grütters, Elspeth Guild, Steve Peers, Tineke Strik and Jens Vedsted.
The EU Law Department of the Faculty of Law – University of Zagreb organises a seminar in Dubrovnik from 24-28 April 2022: “Impacts of COVID-19 on EU Law”, thus covering also the impact of COVID-19 on EU migration law and fundamental rights of migrants and asylum seekers. Candidates are invited to apply by submitting a […]
Iris Goldner Lang hosted a conversation to launch her eBook: Migration in the Time of COVID-19 with the book’s contributors. This was an opportunity to engage with the articles written for the edited volume and to learn from all of author’s insights. The conversation was conducting via Zoom and recorded. You can find the video […]
Our member Prof. Iris Goldner Lang gave an online lecture on the Migration Pact for York University in Toronto on 14 October and is participating in an online panel at Harvard Law School on “Refugees and the Law in the COVID-19 Era” on 15 October from 12.30 to 1.30 PM. Registrations are here.
Meltem Ineli Ciger, Odysseus member from Turkey, has published a new article: “An analysis of the ECtHR judgment in the case of N.D. and N.T. v. Spain” The article examines N.D. and N.T. v. Spain judgment and explore the extent to which the N.D. and N.T. v. Spain judgment has changed the Court jurisprudence on […]
Philippe de Bruycker, founder and coordinator of the Odysseus network, discussed the changing role of the European Union on migration and asylum, on the occasion of the series of webinar for the 50th anniversary of France terre d’asile. The webinar with Prof. De Bruycker is available here.