Jean-Pierre Gauci is director at The People for Change Foundation and Research Coordinator in International Law at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law. He holds a PhD in Law from King’s College London focusing on trafficking-based asylum claims.
Mariagiulia Giuffré is Lecturer in Law at the Department of Law and Criminology at Edge Hill University. She obtained a PhD (Doctor Europaeus certificate) from the School of International Studies, Trento University. Her research focuses on Migration and Refugee Law.
Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi is a Ph.D. candidate and Researcher at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and a Researcher at the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL). Her current research focuses on the Common European Asylum System.
Scholars, students, lawyers, policy-makers, think tanks, NGOs and intergovernmental organisations concerned with forced displacement and refugee law. It also speaks to wider questions of EU law, human rights law, and humanitarian studies.
"Overall, then, a vital collection of writing on international protection that warrants being drawn on by lawyers and policy makers confronting the global refugee flows of the current era." – Mark Symes, in: The Free Movement blog
, 23 February 2016
Table of contents
Prof. Guy Goodwin-Gill ‘Current Challenges in Refugee Law’
Section 1 Accessing protection: Law and Policy
Jessica Schultz The European Court of Human Rights and Internal Relocation: An Unduly Harsh Standard?
Mariagiulia Giuffré Access to Protection: Negotiating Rights and Diplomatic Assurances under Memoranda of Understanding
Daniel Ghezelbash Lessons in Exclusion: Interdiction and Extraterritorial Processing of Asylum Seekers in the United States and Australia
Luisa Feline Freier A liberal paradigm shift? A Critical Appraisal of Recent Trends in Latin American asylum legislation
Section 2 Scope of Protection: the 1951 Refugee Convention and Beyond
Stefania Barichello The evolving system of refugees’ protection in Latin America
Jean-Pierre Gauci Why Trafficked Persons need Asylum
Meltem Ineli Ciger Revisiting Temporary protection as a Protection Option to Manage Mass Influx Situations
Andrea Pacheco Pacífico, Érika Pires Ramos Humanitarian Asylum for Forced Migrants: the case of Haitians’ arrival in Brazil
Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi Qualifying for International Protection in the EU: New Understandings of the 1951 Convention and beyond
Section 3 Content of Protection: Rights of refugees and asylum seekers
Emma Borland Unmerited Restrictions on Access to Justice for Asylum Seekers
Reuven (Ruvi) Ziegler Out-of-Country Voting: The Predicament of the Recognised Refugee
Emily Darling Australia's Refugee and Humanitarian Family Reunion Programme - a Comparative Study with the European Union