The Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law (MigRefLaw) is one of the interest groups of the European Society of International Law.
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A new blog has been launched on the EU Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy. The mission of this blog is to provide a critical analysis of recent developments in the immigration and asylum law and policy of the European … Continue reading
The University of Michigan has published a new online forum offering critical analysis on important new cases, legislation, and emerging issues in refugee law. Reflaw.org publishes both longer articles analyzing the implications of law or policy, as well as shorter notes on global … Continue reading
news UNHCR has just released a new policy on alternatives to refugees camps. The policy paper indicates that refugee camps, while remaining an important feature of the humanitarian landscape, might also have a signigicant negative impact on the longer term for … Continue reading
Three new titles have been published recently in the area of immigration, asylum and refugee law. EU Asylum Procedures and the Right to an Effective Remedy by Marcelle Reneman This book examines the meaning of the EU right to an … Continue reading
July 4, The Hague (the Netherlands) Using Human Security as a Legal Framework to analyse the Common European Asylum System The conference is the second event falling within the current CLEER (Centre for the Law of EU External Relations) research project … Continue reading
News Article The Israeli High Court has today determined that African migrants and refugees can no longer be detained for up to three years without a trial. The High Court judges say that this new policy, which is an amendment … Continue reading