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Revisiting the Odysseus 2010 report on the Common European Asylum System

Revisiting the Odysseus 2010 report on the Common European Asylum System

In 2010, the Odysseus Network produced a comprehensive report on the Common European Asylum System after the request by the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Six years on, the report remains relevant to the understanding of the future and the challenges of the CEAS. You can read the report here.     […]

New Publication by Daniel Thym (German Member of the Odysseus Network) on The ‘Refugee Crisis’ as a challenge of legal design and institutional legitimacy

Prof Dr Daniel Thym, German Member of the Odysseus Network and based at the University of Konstanz has published a new article in the Common Market Law Review, titled “The ‘Refugee Crisis’ as a challenge of legal design and institutional legitimacy”. Abstract Events during 2015 and early 2016 revealed structural deficiencies at the heart of […]

Announcement of the 2016 Odysseus Annual Prize Winners

The Odysseus Network is delighted to announce the 2016 winners of the Odysseus Prizes for outstanding publications in EU Immigration and Asylum Law. In the category of Best Publication, the prize is shared between Dr Cathryn Costello for her book ‘The Human Rights of Migrants and Refugees in European Law’ and Prof Marie-Bénédicte Dembour for her […]

Lilian Tsourdi from Odysseus Coordination Team and EUI awarded PhD in Law from ULB for thesis on Administrative Governance in the EU Asylum Policy

We are happy to congratulate Lilian Tsourdi, member of the Odysseus Coordination Team and based at Université libre de Bruxelles and the European University Institute in Florence, on her PhD in Law from ULB, awarded on 7 December. The title of her thesis is ‘Administrative Governance in the EU Asylum Policy: The limits of the European […]

New Paper and New Book on International Migration Law by the Swiss Member of the Odysseus Network Vincent Chetail

New Paper and New Book on International Migration Law by the Swiss Member of the Odysseus Network Vincent Chetail

The Swiss member of the Odysseus Network, Vincent Chetail, has published a new paper entitled “Conceptualizing International Migration Law”, which provides a concise mapping of international migration law. It revisits the movement of persons across borders through the sources of international law with the view of conceptualizing international migration law and highlighting both the unity and […]

Journal of Interrupted Studies at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford

The Odysseus Academic Network is happy to promote the Journal of Interrupted Studies, an interesting and worthwhile academic initiative based at the Faculty of Law at the University of Oxford. The Journal of Interrupted Studies is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the work of academics whose work has been interrupted by forced migration. It offers a […]

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