Tag Archives: international law

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

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New publications on EU relocation mechanism (by Prof. Peter Hilpold)

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

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New Book: The Human Rights of Migrant Women in International and European Law (Eleven International Publishing, 2016)

Our IG member, Fulvia Staiano has recently published a book titled “The Human Rights of Migrant Women in International and European Law” (Eleven International Publishing, 2016, 118 p.) in which she shows the existence of a gender bias in European … Continue reading

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New book captures regional developments, tools and techniques on “Solving Statelessness”

As the UNHCR #IBelong Campaign enters its third year, it has become evident that making meaningful progress towards the goal of ending statelessness demands a more ambitious approach to the whole statelessness debate. While research projects, mapping studies and doctrinal … Continue reading

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New Book: Nationality and Statelessness in the International Law of Refugee Status

A new book, written by our IG member Eric Fripp, has been recently published, which is entitled Nationality and Statelessness in the International Law of Refugee Status (Hart Publishing, Oxford, 2016). The book focuses upon analysis of the international law regarding … Continue reading

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New Book: The Political Economy of International Law – A European Perspective

A new collected volume has recently been published, edited by Alberta Fabbricotti, a member of our Interest Group, which is entitled “The Political Economy of International Law – A European Perspective” (Edward Elgar, London, 2016). Chapter 17 of the book, written by … Continue reading

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Blog: Needed In Europe: A Comprehensive Plan of Action on Refugees

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

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New publication: The Prohibition of Arbitrary Deprivation of Nationality

Publication by a member of the Interest Group by Tamás Molnár Arbitrary deprivation of nationality is of serious concern to the international community. Such acts of the State effectively place the persons concerned in a ‘legal vacuum’ regarding the enjoyment … Continue reading

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