19 March 2016

Regional Focus: Europe

[Note: I am re-circulating this post to reflect several additions as indicated below.]


The Challenges to International Refugee Law in the Current Crisis, Presentation at "The Single Protection Procedure: Meeting International Obligations," Dublin, 3 March 2016 [text via ECRE]

EESC Fact-finding Missions on the Situation of Refugees, as Seen by Civil Society Organisations: Synthesis Report (European Economic and Social Committee, March 2016) [access]
- Follow link for both synthesis report and individual country mission reports.

Falling through the Cracks: Refugee Women and Girls in Germany and Sweden (Women's Refugee Commission, March 2016) [text]

Migration and Asylum Data for Policy-making in the European Union: The Problem with Numbers, Liberty & Security in Europe, no. 89 (CEPS, March 2016) [text]

More than One Million Refugees Travel to Greece since 2015 (UNHCR, March 2016) [text]

Overview of UNHCR's Operations in Europe, 65th Meeting of the Standing Committee (EXCOM, March 2016) [text]

UNHCR's Observations on Malta's Revised Legislative and Policy Framework for the Reception of Asylum-Seekers (UNHCR, Feb. 2016) [text]

Welcome to Denmark: How Will You Be Paying for Your Stay? (RefLaw Blog, March 2016) [text]

More EU-Turkey deal news/commentary/analysis:

EU-Turkey Statement, 18 March 2016 [text]

EU: Turkey Mass-Return Deal Threatens Rights (Human Rights Watch, March 2016) [text]

*The EU-Turkey Dirty Deal on Migrants: Can Europe Redeem Itself? (Order from Chaos Blog, March 2016) [text]

*EU-Turkey Plan for Handling Refugees is Fraught with Legal and Procedural Challenges, CEPS Commentary (Centre for European Policy Studies, March 2016) [text]

*EU-Turkey Statement Addressing the Migration and Refugee Crisis (U.S. Dept. of State, March 2016) [text]

"European Leaders Discuss Refugee Deal with Turkey Alongside Mass Public Outrage," ECRE Weekly Bulletin, 18 March 2016 [text]

*The Final EU/Turkey Refugee Deal: A Legal Assessment (EU Law Blog Analysis, March 2016) [text]

Making Sense of the EU-Turkey Deal: Law, Politics and Practicalities, Oxford, 16 March 2016
- *Both a podcast and video of this special seminar are available.

Refugees Become Trading Chips in EU-Turkey Negotiations (RI Blog, March 2016) [text]

*Refugees International Response to the EU Turkey Deal (RI Blog, March 2016) [text]

*The Silver Lining to the EU-Turkey Migration Deal (Order from Chaos Blog, March 2016) [text]

*Three Legal Requirements for the EU-Turkey Deal: An Interview with James Hathaway (On Matters Constitutional Blog, March 2016) [text]
- See also a reply to this post and a reply to the reply!

*UNHCR on EU-Turkey Deal: Asylum Safeguards Must Prevail in Implementation (UNHCR, March 2016) [text]


Related post:
- Regional Focus: Europe (14 March 2016)

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