Lessons for Europe on the interdependence of asylum law

Date & time

6–7pm Monday 24 September 2018

Venue

Law Theatre

ANU College of Law, 5 Fellows Road, The Australian National University

Speakers

Dr Daniel Ghezelbash, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie Law School and Director of the Macquarie University Social Justice Clinic

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Presented by ANU Law Reform & Social Justice and ANU Centre for European Studies

Public lecture
Daniel Ghezelbash

In August, Italy’s Deputy Prime Minister explicitly stated that the country should follow Australia’s ‘Operation Sovereign Borders’ policy of not allowing asylum seekers who arrive by boat to enter Australia and apply for protection visas. This statement and other policy developments in recent times in Europe’s changing response to the migrants crossing the Mediterranean Sea, raises questions once again about the interdependent nature of asylum laws around the world.

This talk was organised by the ANU Law Students for Refugees group within the ANU College of Law’s Law Reform and Social Justice program, in partnership with the ANU Centre for European Studies.

Speakers

  • Daniel Ghezelbash »

    Dr Daniel Ghezelbash, author of Refuge Lost: Asylum Law in an Interdependent World (CUP, 2018), will discuss Australia’s model of refugee law and policy within an international context, focusing on recent developments in Europe and the potential limitations – and dangers – of the adoption of these policies.

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