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The end of the deterrence paradigm? Future directions for global refugee policy

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants The end of the deterrence paradigm? Future directions for global refugee policy Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen (Research Director, Raoul Wallenberg Institute) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

53 MIN2017 FEB 9
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The end of the deterrence paradigm? Future directions for global refugee policy

Between conflict and survival: Unravelling the drivers of migration across the Mediterranean in 2015

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants Between conflict and survival: Unravelling the drivers of migration across the Mediterranean in 2015 Heaven Crawley (Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations; Coventry University) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

50 MIN2017 JAN 17
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Between conflict and survival: Unravelling the drivers of migration across the Mediterranean in 2015

End-of-year event: From Frontex to the European Border and Coast Guard

Refugee Law Initiative End-of-year event: From Frontex to the European Border and Coast Guard Mariana Gkliati (Leiden University) Join the Refugee Law Initiative for our end-of-year public lecture.

40 MIN2016 DEC 13
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End-of-year event: From Frontex to the European Border and Coast Guard

Refugee protection in mixed migration - a UNHCR perspective pre- and post-summit

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants Refugee protection in mixed migration - a UNHCR perspective pre- and post-summit Sarah Elliot (Division of International Protection, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

48 MIN2016 DEC 1
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Refugee protection in mixed migration - a UNHCR perspective pre- and post-summit

'One protocol yet to be drafted'? What treaty law can and cannot do to advance refugee protection

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants 'One protocol yet to be drafted'? What treaty law can and cannot do to advance refugee protection Jean-Francois-Durieux (Senior Research Associate, Refugee Law Initiative) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

33 MIN2016 OCT 24
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'One protocol yet to be drafted'? What treaty law can and cannot do to advance refugee protection

“Bottom-up” harmonization in the EU asylum policy: the case of EASO

Human Rights Consortium “Bottom-up” harmonization in the EU asylum policy: the case of EASO Lilian Tsourdi, (Universit Libre de Bruxelles, Law and Institute for European Studies, PhD Candidate in Law) The International Refugee Law Seminar Series is a core activity of the Refugee Law Initiative. It provides a public space for discussion, promotion and dissemination of research between academics, practitioners, students and others with an interest in the refugee and forced migration field. The 6th Series focuses on European Asylum Law, highlighting contemporary themes in refugee protection examples of which include the rights of those with disabilities, victims of human trafficking and political issues such as solidarity and responsibility sharing. Refugee Law Initiative Seminar

52 MIN2016 MAY 4
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“Bottom-up” harmonization in the EU asylum policy: the case of EASO

Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered

Human Rights Consortium Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered Dr Vladislava Stoyanova (Faculty of Law, Lund University) The International Refugee Law Seminar Series is a core activity of the Refugee Law Initiative. It provides a public space for discussion, promotion and dissemination of research between academics, practitioners, students and others with an interest in the refugee and forced migration field. The 6th Series focuses on European Asylum Law, highlighting contemporary themes in refugee protection examples of which include the rights of those with disabilities, victims of human trafficking and political issues such as solidarity and responsibility sharing.

45 MIN2016 JAN 19
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Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered

Voting Rights of Refugees

Human Rights Consortium Voting Rights of Refugees Dr Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler (University of Reading) Dr. Ruvi Ziegler is a lecturer at the University of Reading School of Law, Editor-in-Chief of the Refugee Law Initiative’s Working Paper Series, and a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute (analysing questions of immigration and asylum, particularly regarding the treatment of African asylum seekers in Israel). Previously, he was a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School, affiliated with its ‘Immigration and Refugee Clinic’ and ‘Human Rights Program’; a tutor in Pubic International Law at the University of Oxford; and a legal advising officer at the IDF’s Legal Counselor’s Office to the West Bank (mandatory military service). He holds a DPhil, MPhil and BCL from the University of Oxford, an LLM (with specialisation in Public Law) from the Hebrew University, and an LLB & BA (Economics) from the University of Haifa. His scholarly interests are in Human Rights Law, Migratio...

50 MIN2015 JAN 22
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Voting Rights of Refugees

When Refugee Status Ends; Repatriation or Integration?

Human Rights Consortium When Refugee Status Ends; Repatriation or Integration? Dr Maarten den Heijer (Amsterdam Center for International Law) Maarten den Heijer is assistant professor of international law at the Amsterdam Center for International Law. He is vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of Experts on International Immigration, Refugee and Criminal law, member of the editorial board of the caselaw journal European Human Rights Cases (EHRC) and contributor to the Dutch Journal for Human Rights (NJCM-Bulletin). He is also a member of the board of the Foundation for Refugee Students UAF. His research themes include international and European asylum and immigration law, human rights and state responsibility. Maarten den Heijer previously worked as policy officer for the Dutch Refugee Council and as legislative lawyer for the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. He holds degrees in Law and Political Science from the University of Leiden, where he also received h...

50 MIN2014 DEC 4
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When Refugee Status Ends; Repatriation or Integration?

Refugee Protection in the Middle East and the role of UNRWA

Human Rights Consortium Refugee Protection in the Middle East and the role of UNRWA Anna Segall (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) Anna is a human rights lawyer with 25 years’ experience with international organisations, the International Red Cross, the United Nations, government and the private sector advising on, and advocating for, good governance, integrity and accountability, rule of law, international law, human rights, and protection. Anna is Director of Legal Affairs at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). Since July 2013, she has been acting Director of UNRWA Operations, Jordan. This Seminar offers insight into the role of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees. This Seminar offers insight into the role of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees. The presentation will explore three strands i.e. a brief history and mandate of the agency, the manner in which ...

74 MIN2014 FEB 10
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Refugee Protection in the Middle East and the role of UNRWA

Latest Episodes

The end of the deterrence paradigm? Future directions for global refugee policy

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants The end of the deterrence paradigm? Future directions for global refugee policy Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen (Research Director, Raoul Wallenberg Institute) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

53 MIN2017 FEB 9
Comments
The end of the deterrence paradigm? Future directions for global refugee policy

Between conflict and survival: Unravelling the drivers of migration across the Mediterranean in 2015

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants Between conflict and survival: Unravelling the drivers of migration across the Mediterranean in 2015 Heaven Crawley (Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations; Coventry University) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

50 MIN2017 JAN 17
Comments
Between conflict and survival: Unravelling the drivers of migration across the Mediterranean in 2015

End-of-year event: From Frontex to the European Border and Coast Guard

Refugee Law Initiative End-of-year event: From Frontex to the European Border and Coast Guard Mariana Gkliati (Leiden University) Join the Refugee Law Initiative for our end-of-year public lecture.

40 MIN2016 DEC 13
Comments
End-of-year event: From Frontex to the European Border and Coast Guard

Refugee protection in mixed migration - a UNHCR perspective pre- and post-summit

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants Refugee protection in mixed migration - a UNHCR perspective pre- and post-summit Sarah Elliot (Division of International Protection, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

48 MIN2016 DEC 1
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Refugee protection in mixed migration - a UNHCR perspective pre- and post-summit

'One protocol yet to be drafted'? What treaty law can and cannot do to advance refugee protection

Refugee Law Initiative Protection in the context of large-scale movements of refugees and migrants 'One protocol yet to be drafted'? What treaty law can and cannot do to advance refugee protection Jean-Francois-Durieux (Senior Research Associate, Refugee Law Initiative) International Refugee Law Initiative seminar series

33 MIN2016 OCT 24
Comments
'One protocol yet to be drafted'? What treaty law can and cannot do to advance refugee protection

“Bottom-up” harmonization in the EU asylum policy: the case of EASO

Human Rights Consortium “Bottom-up” harmonization in the EU asylum policy: the case of EASO Lilian Tsourdi, (Universit Libre de Bruxelles, Law and Institute for European Studies, PhD Candidate in Law) The International Refugee Law Seminar Series is a core activity of the Refugee Law Initiative. It provides a public space for discussion, promotion and dissemination of research between academics, practitioners, students and others with an interest in the refugee and forced migration field. The 6th Series focuses on European Asylum Law, highlighting contemporary themes in refugee protection examples of which include the rights of those with disabilities, victims of human trafficking and political issues such as solidarity and responsibility sharing. Refugee Law Initiative Seminar

52 MIN2016 MAY 4
Comments
“Bottom-up” harmonization in the EU asylum policy: the case of EASO

Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered

Human Rights Consortium Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered Dr Vladislava Stoyanova (Faculty of Law, Lund University) The International Refugee Law Seminar Series is a core activity of the Refugee Law Initiative. It provides a public space for discussion, promotion and dissemination of research between academics, practitioners, students and others with an interest in the refugee and forced migration field. The 6th Series focuses on European Asylum Law, highlighting contemporary themes in refugee protection examples of which include the rights of those with disabilities, victims of human trafficking and political issues such as solidarity and responsibility sharing.

45 MIN2016 JAN 19
Comments
Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered

Voting Rights of Refugees

Human Rights Consortium Voting Rights of Refugees Dr Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler (University of Reading) Dr. Ruvi Ziegler is a lecturer at the University of Reading School of Law, Editor-in-Chief of the Refugee Law Initiative’s Working Paper Series, and a researcher at the Israel Democracy Institute (analysing questions of immigration and asylum, particularly regarding the treatment of African asylum seekers in Israel). Previously, he was a visiting researcher at Harvard Law School, affiliated with its ‘Immigration and Refugee Clinic’ and ‘Human Rights Program’; a tutor in Pubic International Law at the University of Oxford; and a legal advising officer at the IDF’s Legal Counselor’s Office to the West Bank (mandatory military service). He holds a DPhil, MPhil and BCL from the University of Oxford, an LLM (with specialisation in Public Law) from the Hebrew University, and an LLB & BA (Economics) from the University of Haifa. His scholarly interests are in Human Rights Law, Migratio...

50 MIN2015 JAN 22
Comments
Voting Rights of Refugees

When Refugee Status Ends; Repatriation or Integration?

Human Rights Consortium When Refugee Status Ends; Repatriation or Integration? Dr Maarten den Heijer (Amsterdam Center for International Law) Maarten den Heijer is assistant professor of international law at the Amsterdam Center for International Law. He is vice-chairman of the Standing Committee of Experts on International Immigration, Refugee and Criminal law, member of the editorial board of the caselaw journal European Human Rights Cases (EHRC) and contributor to the Dutch Journal for Human Rights (NJCM-Bulletin). He is also a member of the board of the Foundation for Refugee Students UAF. His research themes include international and European asylum and immigration law, human rights and state responsibility. Maarten den Heijer previously worked as policy officer for the Dutch Refugee Council and as legislative lawyer for the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. He holds degrees in Law and Political Science from the University of Leiden, where he also received h...

50 MIN2014 DEC 4
Comments
When Refugee Status Ends; Repatriation or Integration?

Refugee Protection in the Middle East and the role of UNRWA

Human Rights Consortium Refugee Protection in the Middle East and the role of UNRWA Anna Segall (United Nations Relief and Works Agency) Anna is a human rights lawyer with 25 years’ experience with international organisations, the International Red Cross, the United Nations, government and the private sector advising on, and advocating for, good governance, integrity and accountability, rule of law, international law, human rights, and protection. Anna is Director of Legal Affairs at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). Since July 2013, she has been acting Director of UNRWA Operations, Jordan. This Seminar offers insight into the role of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees. This Seminar offers insight into the role of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees. The presentation will explore three strands i.e. a brief history and mandate of the agency, the manner in which ...

74 MIN2014 FEB 10
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Refugee Protection in the Middle East and the role of UNRWA
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