The speaker discusses ways to foster legal migration to Europe through enhancing access to the labour market for third-country nationals. In particular, legal and policy developments, the nature of new instruments as well as talent partnerships with third countries as comprehensive cooperation frameworks are addressed.
e-Presentation | March 2023 | Learning time: 34 minutes
e-Presentation by Lillian Tsourdi, Assistant Professor, University of Maastricht.
The speaker presents the recent ECtHR case law on Art. 2 and Art. 3 ECHR related to accessing territory, asylum procedure, detention and reception of asylum-seekers, as well as protection against refoulement. The cases discussed were decided between the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2023.
e-Presentation | February 2023 | Learning time: 34 minutes
e-Presentation by Maja Łysienia, Expert on Strategic Litigation, Association for Legal Intervention, Warsaw.
The speaker discusses selected ECtHR case law related to the prohibition of collective expulsion of aliens as laid down in Art. 4 of Protocol No. 4 to the ECHR. He starts with presenting the notion of “collective expulsion” and finishes with raising selected points for discussion.
e-Presentation | February 2023 | Learning time: 41 minutes
e-Presentation by Holger Böhmann, Judge at the German Federal Administrative Court, Leipzig; Vice-President of the Association of European Administrative Judges (AEAJ).
Eleonora Testi explains the use of digital tools, AI and blockchain technology in different phases of the asylum procedure at administrative level. She highlights certain obstacles and problems in the procedures and makes recommendations for the use of new technologies and current approaches to recommended solutions.
e-Presentation | September 2022 | Learning time: 27 minutes
e-Presentation by Eleonora Testi, Legal Officer, ECRE, Brussel.
Minos Mouzourakis presents the proposal for an Instrumentalisation Regulation in the field of migration and asylum. He highlights the key objectives of the Proposal and their impact on current legislation and procedures, as well as certain legal risks and implications that come with the proposal.
e-Presentation | September 2022 | Learning time: 22 minutes
e-Presentation by Minos Mouzourakis, Legal and Advocacy Officer, Refugee Support Aegean, Athens.
Tesseltje de Lange discusses innovation policy and migrant entrepreneurship in the EU. She presents the several entry paths for migrant businesses into the EU, then focuses on national schemes by presenting the Dutch entry system.
e-Presentation | May 2022 | Learning time: 38 minutes
e-Presentation by Tesseltje de Lange, Professor of European Migration Law, Director of the Centre for Migration Law, Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, Radboud University; Vice-Chair of the Dutch Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs.
Kees Groenendijk gives an overview of the recent jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union concerning various areas of migrants’ rights, including equal treatment, family reunification and long-term residency. He discusses CJEU judgments on legal migration that were rendered mostly in 2021.
e-Presentation | May 2022 | Learning time: 42 minutes
e-Presentation by Kees Groenendijk, Emeritus Professor of Law, Radboud University Centre for Migration Law, Nijmegen.
Iris Goldner Lang looks at the financial implications of the Pact on Asylum and Migration. She examines whether the Pact creates new costs for the EU and its Member States and whether these costs have been included in the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) 2021-2027.
e-Presentation | October 2021 | Learning time: 22 minutes
Iris Goldner Lang, Jean Monnet Professor of EU Law, UNESCO Chair on Free Movement of People, Migration and Inter-Cultural Dialogue, University of Zagreb.
Jo Antoons presents recent practical observations in the field of European immigration strategies. She tackles among others the EU entry ban and the impact of COVID-19 on remote working. Furthermore, company policies, new labour market realities and national challenges are addressed.
e-Presentation | March 2021 | Learning time: 42 minutes
Jo Antoons, Managing Partner, Fragomen Global LLP, Brussels.
Annabel Mace presents the key features of the post-Brexit UK immigration system for EU applicants and their employers. She covers, inter alia, the settled/pre-settled status distinction, the skilled worker route scheme and the “new” points-based immigration system.
e-Presentation | November 2020 | Learning time: 36 minutes
e-Presentation by Annabel Mace
Marius Tollenaere presents the German Skilled Immigration Act which came into force in March 2020. He provides an insight into the purpose of the Act and its scope. The presentation focuses on workers from non-EU countries who are recognised as skilled and qualified.
e-Presentation | November 2020 | Learning time: 46 minutes
e-Presentation by Marius Tollenaere
Izabella Majcher offers a critical analysis of the European Commission’s proposal for a targeted amendment of the Return Directive and the Reception Conditions Directive. In doing so, she also discusses the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in the context of freedom of movement.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 32 minutes
Markella Papadouli presents an overview of the most significant asylum and migration case law from the ECtHR during 2020 and the role the jurisdiction plays in the development of international norms and standard-setting.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 47 minutes
Markella Papadouli presents an overview of the most significant asylum and migration case law from the CJEU during 2020 and the role the jurisdiction plays in the development of international norms and standard-setting.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 31 minutes
Minos Mouzourakis analyses the asylum system in Turkey and Greece in the wider context of the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent implications for the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) as well as the New Pact on Migration and Asylum.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 21 minutes
Nathalie Springuel provides a general account of international and regional framework instruments for a more predictable and equitable responsibility-sharing policy to enhance the protection of refugees and displaced persons. She highlights protection
risks and challenges, and presents a picture of the state of play in relation to resettlement.
e-Presentation | October 2020 | Learning time: 38 minutes
Markella Papadouli highlights recent ECtHR jurisprudence in relation to vulnerable asylum cases. She emphasises the importance of protection of vulnerable groups in asylum cases relating to minors and outlines the developments of international norms and
standard-setting by the ECtHR in relation to asylum law and minors. The judgments discussed were issued in most instances in 2019.
e-Presentation | June 2020 | Learning time: 40 minutes
Tesseltje de Lange discusses several challenges of family reunification that can affect third-country nationals in the EU, such as the proof of family ties or integration and labour market access. She also broaches the issues of fraud and withdrawal of
family migrant permits.
e-Presentation | May 2019 | Learning time: 35 minutes
Tesseltje de Lange
By explaining and commenting on CJEU case law (mostly from 2018 and 2019), Aniel Pahladsingh creates a broad overview of recent developments and novelties regarding immigration law.
e-Presentation | May 2019 | Learning time: 28 minutes
Simon Roberts presents the role played by problems around social security coordination in the debate on Brexit in Britain. He addresses the principles governing the social security coordination and depicts possible future regulatory scenarios.
e-Presentation | May 2019 | Learning time: 36 minutes
Thomas Straub examines and summarises relevant Grand Chamber judgments, as well as cases concerning detention or having an overlap with CJEU case law, published in the time period of March 2016 to May 2018 with regards to reception conditions and access
to the procedure as well as to the expulsion of terrorism suspects.
e-Presentation | October 2018 | Learning time: 43 minutes
The proposed Qualification Regulation (QR) is presented with its background and goals by Fabiane Baxewanos. She explains the position of the UNHCR and depicts examples from selected CJEU case law.
e-Presentation | October 2018 | Learning time: 38 minutes
Ulrik Åshuvud and Nicolas Jacobs deliver an overview of the recast of the Receptions Conditions Directive (RCD). They address the controversial issues that are still being negotiated such as the detention of applicants with special reception needs and
the handling of unaccompanied minors.
e-Presentation | October 2018 | Learning time: 47 minutes
Ulrik Åshuvud & Nicolas Jacobs
Jaana Temmler presents the European Asylum Support Office and the future EU Agency of Asylum and explains their tasks and resources. Several EUAA proposals from 2016 and 2018 are discussed.
e-Presentation | October 2018 | Learning time: 16 minutes
Flip Schüller presents the reform of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) and the timeline and objectives of the Asylum Procedures Regulation. He comments on Chapters I to IV of the Asylum Procedures Regulation and identifies both positive developments
e-Presentation | October 2018 | Learning time: 47 minutes