Conference: Reflections on the Current Application of the EU Asylum Acquis

The European Database of Asylum Law (EDAL), will organize the conference ‘Reflections on the Current Application of the EU Asylum Acquis’ at the Irish Refugee Council, in conjunction with the Irish Centre for European Law (ICEL). The conference will take place at the Hilton Charlemont Hotel, Dublin, Ireland on Friday and Saturday, 17th and 18th January 2014.

The Conference will be of interest to decision-makers, practitioners, academics and NGO representatives from across Europe and participants will benefit from ample opportunity to compare and contrast the current application of EU measures across Member States.

The conference will be addressed by a number of distinguished speakers, including: Professor Guy Goodwin Gill (All Souls College, Oxford and Matrix Chambers, UK), Judge Lars Bay Larsen (President of the Tenth Chamber of the Court of Justice of the EU), Dr. Cathryn Costello (Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford, UK), Ms. Diane Goodman (Deputy Director, Bureau for Europe, UNHCR) and Mr. Adriano Silvestri (Head of Sector, Asylum, Migration & Borders, EU Agency for Fundamental Rights). 

Registration is now open at  A reduced rate of €224 is available to IRC, ECRE and ICEL members, NGO employees and lawyers in their first 5 years of practice.

More information here

To reserve a place, please e-mail, post or fax a completed copy of the attached booking form to:
E: icel [at];
Fax: +353-1-896 4455;
Irish Centre for European Law, House 39, Law School, Trinity College, Dublin 2

Reservations may also be made directly by phoning the ICEL Administrator
10am-2pm, Mon-Fri at +353-1-896 1845.

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