The PhD project approaches EU migration policy from a – for legal scholars – rather unconventional perspective. It investigates the consequences of this policy outside Europe, in bordering countries such as Morocco, in combination with other relevant dynamics at work. There, many refugees and other forced migrants experience the consequences of these externalisation policies, evenContinue reading “The externalisation of EU migration policy analysed from migrants’ perspectives – Ellen Desmet and Ruben Wissing”
Category Archives: International cooperation and security
The RAYUELA project: Making young people discover the dangers of the Internet through an online game – Jelle Janssens
What exactly is the RAYUELA Project? It is a project that allows children and young people to learn about the risks of the Internet through an online game. The project started in October 2020 and will run until September 2023. Until then, all partners are joining forces to learn more about cybercrime among children/young people andContinue reading “The RAYUELA project: Making young people discover the dangers of the Internet through an online game – Jelle Janssens”
Rights of accompanied children in asylum proceedings: the challenges of a holistic approach and high quality decision-making – Ellen Desmet
When children’s rights and state sovereignty meet in migration law, their relationship becomes fraught with tensions. This could be a key reason why 15 of the 16 communications on which the CRC Committee on the Rights of the Child adopted views pursuant to Article 10(5) of the Optional Protocol providing a Communications Procedure (CRC OP3), concern theContinue reading “Rights of accompanied children in asylum proceedings: the challenges of a holistic approach and high quality decision-making – Ellen Desmet”
Welcome at Crime@UGent!
Welcome on the first blog post of Crime@UGent. Through this blog, we want to tell you more about the research of our young and senior researchers who are member of the IDC Crime, Criminology and Criminal Policy. This way, we try to inform as many people as possible about these instructive researches. What is IDCContinue reading “Welcome at Crime@UGent!”