Anne Aagten appointed as Teaching and Staff Member at the Institute of Immigration Law
Since 1 September 2017 Aagten works at the Institute. Her main area of interest includes asylum and refugee law and therefore she will be co-teaching the courses European Asylum Law, Immigration Law (Dutch course), Migration Law and Policy in the EU and Children and Migration (Dutch course).
The focus of her research will be asylum-related too but also covers a wider range of topics including the law relating to migrant smuggling and Dutch nationality law. Ancillary activities include a membership of the working group International Protection Human Rights of the Dutch Commission for Jurists (NCJM) and a mentorship of a young refugee during the Know Your Rights Project organized by NJCM, Pro Bono Connect, DLA Piper, New Dutch Connections and the Leiden Law Clinic.