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Is there a human right to family unification? This is the central question in the PhD dissertation (November 3th) of Mark Klaassen.
On Thursday 24 September 2015 Mark Klaassen presented at the Jean Monnet Doctoral Workshop at the University of Geneva. The title of his presentation was ‘The Best Interests of the Child Principle in Family Unification Cases: Different Approaches by the CJEU and the ECtHR’.
On Tuesday 10 November 2015, the Institute of Immigration Law will once again collaborate with the JPAO (Legal Post-Academic Education) in organizing the course ‘Current issues in regular migration law’ .
On 3 November 2015 Mark Klaassen will defend his PhD dissertation " The Right to Family Unification: Between Migration Control and Human Rights ".
For the new edition of the collection of landmark cases ‘Rechtspraak Vreemdelingenrecht 1950-2015’, Mark Klaassen and Gerrie Lodder have written the annotations on the cases concerning family unification.
In the summer of 2016 the Institute for Immigration Law will organize a two-week Summer Course on ‘Migration and the Family in the Globalising World’.
Mariana Gkliati presented on 7 July at the 22nd Conference of Europeanists, in Paris, a paper entitled: 'The CJEU as a progressive force for rights recognition: the case of migration law'.
Wednesday 27 May 2015, visiting Fulbright-Schuman fellow Scott Titshaw will speak about his comparative research on the recognition of same-sex marriages for immigration purposes.
This is the English summary of the Institute for Immigration Law’s annual report of the year 2014. Please click here if you would like to see the full version (Dutch).
On Wednesday 1 April Gerrie Lodder gave a lecture in a series of lectures ‘Global Challenges’ , organized by Studium Generale en Leiden University College.
Mariana Gkliati presented on 20 March a paper titled: 'On Frontex responsibility: from individual to systemic accountability', at the International conference 'Regulating Irregular Migration: International Obligations and International Responsibility' .
The theme of the research meeting is ‘Child & Migration’.
On Tuesday 21 April 2015, the Institute of Immigration Law will once again collaborate with the JPAO (Legal Post-Academic Education) in organizing the course ‘Current issues in regular migration law’.
During the conference Interaction Between Legal Systems organised at the Leiden Law School, Mark Klaassen and Yannick van den Brink organised a seminar on the rights of children from particularly vulnerable groups.
In February the sixty students of the course ‘Immigration Law’ have visited the District Court in The Hague. In three groups they attended hearings of the immigration chamber of the court.
Institute of Immigration Law Leiden University and Elena-Conference The Use of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights in Immigration and Asylum Law
On 24 and 25 October 2014 the Institute of Immigration Law and the Elena-network organized a conference on the application of the EU-Charter for Fundamental Rights in the area of asylum and immigration.
Vreemdelingenrecht in vogelvlucht: over toelating en verblijf van vreemdelingen in Nederland – 5e druk , Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers (2014).
Marc Dullaert, Dutch Ombudsman for Children, presented the Children’s Rights Monitor 2014 (Kinderrechtenmonitor 2014) together with Peter Rodrigues on 16 December at Press Centre Nieuwspoort.
European Migration Law – second and revised edition , P. Boeles, M. den Heijer, G.G. Lodder , K. Wouters, Antwerpen: Intersentia (2014).