Although the United Nations Global Compact on Refugees (GCR) has elaborated a clear set of shared policy objectives on addressing forced displacement, it is less evident how these objectives are best to be achieved politically. Using a lens of “political responsibility” for policies, this paper studies domestic and international policy actors, and their roles and interests for explaining policies relevant to the GCR in the Republic of Serbia since 2018.
The report shows how domestic preferences overlap with or supersede competing external interests. We argue that the financial and technical assistance that the EU offers Tunisia for border management corresponds to the country’s domestic priorities.
Externalizing EU Migration Management Policies: Responsibility and Justice for Human Rights and Refugee Protection Violations
WATCH NOW ONLINE/ ASILE Policy Webinar assessing the externalisation of migration management policies in the European Union in light of refugee protection and human rights.
Closing paper contribution to the Forum on EU Temporary Protection Responses to the Ukraine War and the Future of the EU Asylum System by Sergio Carrera & Roberto Cortinovis
Our Reports on Niger, Serbia, Tunisia and Turkey are now online.
This Regional Workshop will gather academics, civil society representatives and other key stakeholders to comparatively address a set of relevant policy and legal developments related to refugee protection and solutions in Canada and the European Union.
ASILE Training School – Containing refugees and migrants? Allocating and Attributing Responsibility for Human Rights Violations
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.