The Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law (MigRefLaw) is one of the interest groups of the European Society of International Law.
Tag Archives: EU migration law and policy
Call for papers: “Africa and Migration Flows: from Repression to Circular Migration – Legal and Socio-Political Implications of a Paradigm Shift”
On the occasion of the re-launch of its “Focus – Africa“, the online law journal Federalismi.it has issued a call for papers entitled “Africa and Migration Flows: from Repression to Circular Migration – Legal and Socio-Political Implications of a Paradigm Shift“. The African … Continue reading
Professor Peter Hilpold (University of Innsbruck), our IG member, has recently published two topical papers on the international, EU and domestic law implications of the EU relocation quotas as instruments of burden-sharing in the asylum context. According to the author, … Continue reading
by Susan M. Akram and Tom Syring this blog entry was originally posted at the American Society of International Law’s International Refugee Law blog What is the legal responsibility that European states bear towards refugees? The question does not lend … Continue reading