Three students of the Institute of Immigration Law publish blog post on the refugee crisis
Three MA students of the Institute of Immigration Law, Nick Perre, Myrthe De Vries and Hannah Richards have co-authored together with Mariana Gkliati, a blog deconstructing the notion of the ‘refugee crisis’ and connecting it with observations from a wider spectrum of socio-economic formations, which include the rise of ethnic and religious chauvinism and political antagonism.
The piece was the result of a selection on the best essays during the course Migration Law and Policy in Europe, at the European Studies MA.
The blog, entitled ‘Refugee Crisis: three perspectives on the makings of a crisis’, was published on the RLI blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration, one of the leading blogs in the field.
It can be accessed here.