We launch a new Call for Applications for a two-day and a half training seminar for researchers specialized on migration, refugee and human rights studies.
Read our new Blogpost by Tamas Molnar, Marion Panizzon and Daniela Vitiello on the Rule of Law and Human Mobility in the Age of the Global Compacts – Classics in New Refractions
This working paper explores refugee recognition processes, in particular refugee status determination (RSD), and resettlement processes, with the aim of opening up new lines of scholarly and policy enquiry.
The Partnership Principle in the UN Global Compact on Refugees: The role and experiences of civil society around the globe
This ASILE forum aims to draw some lessons from around the Globe coming from diverse civil society contributions, ranging from local migrant and refugee-led organisations to their networks and large international human rights and humanitarian organisations.
This working paper provides an account of regional standards on the right of asylum, with a focus on protection systems in Europe, the Americas and Africa – the three regions with binding regional and sub-regional protection regimes.
ASILE, PROTECT & VULNER projects joint forces in a Webinar to discuss the EU responses to people fleeing war in Ukraine, including the implementation challenges and the way forward for the Common European Asylum System (CEAS).
The second ASILE Forum assesses the responses of the EU and the Member States to the forced displacement from Ukraine and activation of the Temporary Protection Directive 2001/55/EC in Europe.
Read the new ASILE paper that examines the key issues and questions raised by the EU’s temporary protection regime to people fleeing Ukraine, and the medium and long-term issues expected from its implementation.
This ASILE Webinar aims at discussing the immediate EU policy responses to people fleeing the war in Ukraine.