Join the regional launch of The Oxford Handbook of International Refugee Law (OUP 2021) this Thursday, June 17th at 3 pm. The subject of the online discussion will be Europe’s externalisation practices and their impact on refugee protection. Our colleague Adel-Naim Reyhani, researcher in the field of asylum, anti-discrimination and diversity, is taking part in the online debate as one of the scholars participating in the discussion.

On May 19th the visibility event of the EU-financed IPA-project took place online. Ms Mojca Kuzmički, team leader of the project, welcomed all the participants. Afterwards, Ms Věra Jourová from the EU-delegation took over and emphasized the importance of keeping up the reform momentum in Northern Macedonia. The goals of the project are reforms of the juridical sector and the fight against corruption, organized crime and terrorism in order to work towards the key priority, the EU-accession of Northern Macedonia.

ICC-Präsident Piotr Hofmánski im Gespräch

To mark the the 6th EU Day Against Impunity on May 23rd, 2021, our Scientific Director Michael Lysander Fremuth met with Judge Piotr Hofmański, President of the International Criminal Court (ICC) for an in-depth exchange on challenges and opportunities in international and domestic accountability proceedings for international core crimes on a virtual platform.

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On February 4, 2021, the Trial Chamber IX of the International Criminal Court (ICC) rendered its long-awaited judgment in the case of Dominic Ongwen. Our researchers Konstantina Stavrou and Andreas Sauermoser present the main aspects of the judgment and the significant insights it offers on issues such as the reliance - for the first time - on the affirmative defenses of mental disease and duress.

New Publications: Monitoring prison Conditions in the EU: A Handbook Series for National Preventive MechanismP

The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental and Human Rights, together with three European project partners, the Associazione Antigone, the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee, and the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, have addressed how NPMs can effectively improve detention conditions across the EU in the framework of the EU-funded Project ‘Improving judicial cooperation across the EU through harmonised detention standards – The role of National Preventive Mechanisms’(2019–2021).

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