Intertwining criminal justice and immigration control in the EU (GLaw) : theoretical, interdisciplinary, and practical perspectives (hybrid)
On 22nd October 2021, the GLaw-Net Research Network in collaboration with the Maastricht Centre for European Law, and the Faculty of Law of Queen Mary University of London, will host a hybrid workshop "Intertwining Criminal Justice and Immigration Control in the EU: Theoretical, Interdisciplinary, and Practical Perspectives".
The workshop explores the theoretical, normative, and philosophical underpinnings of EU and national policies intertwining criminal and migration law, as well as their practical use (and abuse) and impact on the protection of fundamental rights of migrants and the rule of law.
Papers presented at the workshop will be later published in the framework of special journal issue co-edited by Dr. Niovi Vavoula, Dr. Lilian Tsourdi and Prof. Valsamis Mitsilegas.
You can participate online or physically in Brussels. There are currently no more physical seats available - only online availability.
PANEL I: Theorising the Criminalisation of Migration
PANEL II: Criminalising Migration by Sea - From Crimes of Rescue to Self-Smuggling
PANEL III: The borders of criminalisation - Legality, Solidarity, and the Rule of Law Revisited
Conclusion and future publication plans by Lilian Tsourdi (Maastricht University) and Niovi Vavoula (Queen Mary University of London)