NEWS & EVENTS
This new ASILE paper examines the EU and international responses to the situation on the EU’s external borders between Poland, Lithuania and Latvia with Belarus.
The ASILE webinar will launch the Special Issue of Frontiers in Human Dynamics ‘Managing Forced Displacement: Refugee Resettlement and Complementary Pathways’ in light of the United Nations Global Compact on Refugees (GCR).
This webinar will explore the right to work in international law, and examine various attempts to render it effective across diverse contexts, both through litigation and political processes.
This ASILE Project Webinar examines what is happening at the Schengen external borders between Poland and Lithuania and Belarus regarding refugees and migrants.
This webinar aims to examine the main policy responses of the European Union to the challenges experienced by refugees and people looking for international protection from Afghanistan.
This new relevant publication aims to provide a detailed mapping and analysis of the central legal changes and issues characterising the five main
legislative proposals accompanying the Pact on Migration and Asylum, presented by the Commission in September 2020.
This Policy Brief presents the preliminary findings and policy recommendations emerging from the first 18 months of the ASILE H2020 project (Global Asylum Governance and the EU’s Role). It provides an analysis of asylum governance instruments that have been portrayed as ‘promising practices’ in countries like Brazil, Canada, Jordan, South Africa as well as in the EU.
ASILE Virtual Training: Critical Perspectives on Global Asylum Governance in light of the United Nations Global Compact on Refugees and the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum
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!
This publication sets out those international and regional legal standards of relevance to international asylum governance and policies of containment and mobility.
Download the new paper by Prof. Costello and Prof. O’Cinnéide that analyses the right to work to asylum seekers and refugees.