- EU Migration Policies
- Externalization of Refugee Protection
- Hostile Environments
- Humanitarian Crises
- Ethics of Humanitarian Negotiation
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MIGNEX Background Paper
Tuesday, 31 May 2022
Successful MIGNEX consortium meeting in Istanbul, with inspiring discussion as the project members continue to build new knowledge on migration, development and policy.
Thursday, 10 Feb 2022
The 2021 EU-Belarus border crisis was preceded by a rapid deterioration of the already strained European Union (EU)-Belarus relations, in most part due to the Ryanair 4978 incident and the concomitant wide-ranging sanctions imposed by the EU on the authoritarian government of the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who has often been referred by the media as "Europe's last dictator.
Popular article in RLI Blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration
Popular article in Peace News Network
Journal Article in Journal of International Migration and Integration
Saturday, 2 Oct 2021
Since the refugee crisis of 2015, Denmark, the first signatory of the 1951 Refugee Convention, has been at the forefront of the debate around deterrent migration policies. Until recently, Denmark has been recognized as an egalitarian country with an exemplary welfare system. Now, this reputation might have been irrevocably tarnished ...
Tuesday, 7 Sep 2021
Debate around possible offshore asylum processing by European countries has resurfaced recently, in the wake of Denmark's newly passed legislation, allowing for the relocation of asylum seekers to third countries while their applications are being processed.