APPLY NOW! If you are PhD researcher in final stage of completion or having been granted the doctorate within 3 years specialized on migration (or equivalent professional experience), refugee and human rights studies, you can now apply for this four-day online training seminar!
Download the new paper by Prof. Costello and Prof. O’Cinnéide that analyses the right to work to asylum seekers and refugees.
On the occasion of the CEPS flagship event, the CEPS Ideas Lab, ASILE is organizing a Session on ‘The impact of Covid-19 on migrants and refugees’
This article explores the recent emergence of community sponsorship of refugees in Europe, an approach which shares responsibility between civil society and the state for the admission and/or integration of refugees.
Download the first ASILE Book! The Book compiles the various contributions to the online Forum assessing the new components and policy priorities laid down in the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum from different multidisciplinary perspectives and world regions experiences.
The Country Fiches examine and provide evidence on country-specific instruments, their material and personal scope. You will find a total of six Country Fiches: Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Jordan, South Africa and Turkey.
Download the new ASILE Working Paper by Dr. Nik Tan and Prof. Jens Vedsted-Hansen providing an ‘Inventory and Typology of EU Arrangements with Third Countries’.
Global Asylum Governance and the EU’s Role: Implementing the UN Gobal Compact on Refugees and the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum
Don’t miss the opportunity to know about the first findings of ASILE in our International Annual Conference.
Check our new Publication on ‘Pushbacks and lack of accountability at the Greek-Turkish borders’ by Dr. Roberto Cortinovis (CEPS). This paper analyses the negative impact of this heavily securitised approach on asylum seekers’ fundamental rights, in particular its implications for the right to asylum that underpins the Common European Asylum System (CEAS).