Multi-level Governance of Asylum in Italy: Understanding Eritreans’ Secondary Movements in Search of Relocation in Italy.

Katie Kuschminder (2019): Multi-level Governance of Asylum in Italy: Understanding Eritreans’ Secondary Movements in Search of Relocation in Italy. Journal of Refugee Studies.

Discussing the human rights limits on loss of citizenship: a normative-legal perspective on egalitarian arguments regarding Dutch Nationality laws targeting Dutch-Moroccans

Boekestein, T. L., de Groot, G.R. (2019). “Discussing the human rights limits on loss of citizenship: a normative-legal perspective on egalitarian arguments regarding Dutch Nationality laws targeting Dutch-Moroccans”. Citizenship Studies, 3(4), May 2019.

At Europe’s Frontline: factors determining migrants decision making for onwards migration from Turkey and Greece. Migration and Development.

Katie Kuschminder &Jennifer Waidler (2019: At Europe’s Frontline: factors determining migrants decision making for onwards migration from Turkey and Greece. Migration and Development.

GTD Colloquium with Prof. Jeroen van Erp

Where: Spiegelzaal, Grote Gracht 80-82 (Soiron building). When: 12 June 15:30-17:00 GTD will welcome Prof. Jeroen van Erp, who is an industrial designer and professor at the University of Delft. Due to the time pressure the title and abstract of…

Summer School on Development and Migration – Human Rights Law Centre University of Nottingham

The Human Rights Law Centre (University of Nottingham) Summer School 2019 will run this summer from 24 to 28 June 2019 and will focus on the theme of ‘Development Aid and Migration’. The Summer School faculty is includes –       George-André…

Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health, July 10 to 13, 2019.

The Annual Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health is an event that has gained national and international recognition, since it is one of the few academic spaces dedicated to present and analyze in depth the interrelation between migration, the…

Doctoral Student in Environmental Migration

The research project in which the new doctoral student will be embedded focuses on how climate-related disasters affect short-term and long-term migration decisions of individuals and households. The research to be undertaken by the doctoral student will be based on original…

2020 VISITING FELLOWSHIP SCHEME

The Visiting Fellowship Scheme provides an opportunity for University of Melbourne faculties to engage with a range of different statelessness scholars and to expand international research collaborations. Applications are invited from researchers with an interest in statelessness – from PhD…

1-2 Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships (Norwegian Centre of Human Rights, University of Oslo)

2 post-doc positions are available on an NRC funded project with Maja Janmyr (PI, Oslo), Martin Jones (York), Ben White (Glasgow) and Dallal Stevens (Warwick) looking at refugee protection in Arab countries of the Middle East. Further details available here:…

Two PhD scholarships in ERC funded project on Migration and Democratic Diffusion.

We invite applications for two PhD scholarships in the context of the ERC Consolidator project Migration and Democratic Diffusion: the Impact of Migration on Democratic Practices and Processes in Countries of Origin, led by Eva Østergaard-Nielsen in the Department of…