On the occasion of the third ASILE Annual Meeting, our partner UCT organized a public event and a Task Force looking at the Temporary Protection of Zimbabwean Refugees.
This session explored the role of crisis in the scope and features of the proposed reforms of the EU asylum and Schengen acquis, and their impacts on Member States’ discretion, as well as the enforcement of existing EU law standards in these areas.
This session examines the key implementation issues and open questions regarding the activation of the EU’s Temporary Protection Directive (TPD) to respond to refugees’ fleeing the war in Ukraine.
The event provided an opportunity to share knowledge and discuss how needs and pathways to durable solutions have altered in Jordan.
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.
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.
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).
This ASILE Webinar aims at discussing the immediate EU policy responses to people fleeing the war in Ukraine.