Odysseus Academic Network
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The Odysseus Academic Network is a network of legal experts in immigration and asylum in Europe. The network is a platform for the exchange of knowledge and expertise between academics, policy-makers, practitioners and NGOs in the field of immigration and asylum law and policy. The Odysseus Network has coordinated research projects on the EU Return Directive, alternatives to detention, and a comparative study on the transposition of ten EU directives by Member States, including directives on reception conditions, qualification, and family reunification. The network has also produced a number of publications on subjects such as vulnerability in EU law on asylum, subsidiary protection, and free movement of persons in the EU. Every year, a summer school is organised in Brussels on European immigration and asylum law and policy.

Links

  • 4lm

    Legal migration and integration

    Legal migration covers international mobility towards the EU, such as labour migration, family reunification, student migration, as well as the conditions under which regular stay is...

    View Legal migration and integration
  • 5asy

    Asylum and forced displacement

    Asylum is a fundamental human right guaranteed universally by the 1951 Geneva Convention. The European Union’s Common European Asylum System (CEAS) set up common procedures to ensure fair...

    View Asylum and forced displacement

Additional Info

Spatial Coverage Europe
Organisation Type Research
Outputs
  • Research
  • Analysis
  • Conferences
  • Summer school
Members
  • 50 legal experts (see website)

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