The Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law (MigRefLaw) is one of the interest groups of the European Society of International Law.
Author Archives: MigRefLaw
Call for papers – The Evolution of the Principle of Non-Refoulement in International Law: What Role for New Types of International Law-Making?
Workshop in the Context of the 2021 ESIL Annual Conference organised on Wednesday, 8 September 2021 In the framework of the 16th Annual Conference of the European Society of International Law (ESIL) (Stockholm, 8-11 September 2021), the ESIL Interest Group … Continue reading
The programme of the ESIL Interest Group Workshop ‘Understanding solidarity under international and EU refugee law’ on the margins of the ESIL Catania Research Forum on 15 April 2021 is now available. The workshop will consist of three panels focussing … Continue reading
On 15 April 2021, the ESIL IG on Migration and Refugee Law will host a Webinar titled ‘Understanding solidarity under international and EU refugee law: Between a rock and a hard place?’. The Webinar is organised in the framework of … Continue reading
In addition to an update from the Coordinating Committee and an overview of recent publications and reports in the field, the January 2021 newsletter contains information on the Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law’s activities in the framework of … Continue reading
On 18 October 2019 Tineke Strik, Associate Professor in Migration Law at Radboud University Nijmegen and elected Member of the European Parliament (GreenLeft) will give a public lecture on the need for evidence-based policies in migration management. Her lecture will … Continue reading
Our latest newsletter is out! In addition to the usual news items, info on conferences etc., it contains further info on our upcoming activity in Athens (12 Sept. 2019) and the convening of our annual IG MigRefLaw business meeting. The … Continue reading
In the margins of the 15th ESIL Annual Conference in Athens (September 2019), the Interest Group on Migration and Refugee law organises a discussion on ‘Children in the context of migration and asylum: a further layer of legal standards limiting … Continue reading
Call for papers and panels: Neuchâtel Graduate Conference of Migration and Mobility Studies (Sept. 2019)
The third edition of the Neuchâtel Graduate Conference will take place on 12 – 13 September at the University of Neuchâtel. This year’s topic is Innovative Approaches to Migration and Mobility Studies. The conference provides a stimulating environment in which … Continue reading
News update from the Interest Group: EJIL: Talk! blog symposium on the UN Global Compacts and upcoming IG event in Göttingen (April 2019)
The Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law organised a blog symposium in cooperation with the editors of EJIL: Talk! concerning the UN Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees. Several IG-members contributed, addressing topics from the legal nature of the … Continue reading
The Leicester Law School is hosting a one-day conference on 22 March 2019 on migrants’ rights in the context of the UN Global Compact and the SDGs 2030. With the recent adoption of the landmark UN Global Compact on Migration, … Continue reading