Migration and the Rule of Law
Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Zentrales Hörsaalgebäude – ZHG, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 5, 37073 Göttingen
Room ZHG 005 (see campus map below)
ESIL Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law event in the framework of the ESIL Research Forum on ‘The International Rule of Law and Domestic Dimensions: Synergies and Challenges’
On Wednesday, 3 April 2019, the ESIL Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law (IG MigRefLaw) organises a side-event in the framework of the ESIL Research Forum, Göttingen, which targets scholars at an early stage of their careers. This year’s theme of the Research Forum concerns the rule of law in international and domestic contexts.
The IG MigRefLaw will pick up this topic by focusing on the function and implications of the rule of law in migration issues.
10:00 – 10:15 Welcome and Introduction to Panel I
10:15 – 13:00 Panel I – Migration and Asylum, the Rule of Law and Universal Values: A Multi-dimensional Analysis
Chair: Giovanni Carlo Bruno
Sebastian Meyer, The Spheres of EU Migration Management: A Challenge to the Rule of Law?
Danielle Annoni, Is There an American International Regime for the Protection of Migrants and Refugees?
Pierfrancesco Rossi, National Courts’ Contribution to the International Rule of Law in the Field of Migration: Insights from the Italian Case Law
Eleonora Frasca, Towards a Privatization of Protection? Private Sponsorship Programs in Europe and the Rule of Law
Discussants: Kristof Gombeer & Maria Varaki
14:00 – 14:15 Introduction to Panel II
14:15 – 17:00 Panel II – Migration and Asylum, the Rule of Law and the Refugee Crisis: European Exceptionalism versus National Approaches
Chair: Daniela Vitiello
Marguerite Guiresse, La jurisprudence du principe de confiance mutuelle et le système commun européen d’asile : Efficacité et/ou Etat de droit ?
Emmanuelle Rigaud, L’Etat de droit et les agences européennes en matière d’asile
Monica Parodi, The Respect of the Rule of Law in the EU Member States’ Legislation on Asylum: Which Role for the EU?
Themistoklis Tzimas, The “Hotspots” Approach and the Rule of Law: The “Greek” Experience in Relation to Mass, Administrative Detention
Giorgia Lo Tauro, Giuliana Quattrocchi, Managing Migration Flows at the European Union Borders. The Role of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dealing with the Refugee Crisis in the Western Balkans
Discussants: Adriana Di Stefano & Giovanni Carlo Bruno
Further practical info for participants:
Zentrales Hörsaalgebäude, Room ZGH 005
WiFi access via eduroam is available in all central campus buildings.
Food and Drinks:Food and drinks will be available for purchase in two on-site dining halls and four cafés located in the immediate vicinity to the venue. The dining halls offer a broad variety of dishes, including vegetarian and vegan options. You can check their daily menus here:
• Zentralmensa: https://www.studentenwerk goettingen.de/en/campuscatering/canteens.html
• Mensa am Turm: https://www.studentenwerk-goettingen.de/en/campuscatering/canteens/mensa-amturm.html
Please note that the dining halls and cafés require cash payment for non-members of the university. There is a cash point on site (see the sitemap above).