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Intersectional Impact of Tensions Affecting LGBTQIA+ persons’ mobility in Uganda
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By Tatiana Morais / December 19, 2023

Intersectional Impact of Tensions Affecting LGBTQIA+ persons’ mobility in Uganda

This blogpost explores the tensions resulting from colonial legacies produced by the Ugandan legal framework in relation to the LGBTQIA+…

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United against GBV during the 16 days of activism – Advocating for refugee women’s rights.
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By Inês Horta / December 11, 2023

United against GBV during the 16 days of activism – Advocating for refugee women’s rights.

To mark the “16 days of activism against Gender-Based Violence” (GBV) campaign , led by civil society organisations and endorsed by…

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EU Migration and Asylum Law: Challenging or Reinforcing the Traditional Conception of Sovereignty? 
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By Paula Muñoz Cano / November 28, 2023

EU Migration and Asylum Law: Challenging or Reinforcing the Traditional Conception of Sovereignty? 

Paula Muñoz Cano Abstract This blogpost provides some reflections on the relationship between EU and the traditional understanding of sovereignty,…

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Too Queer or Not Queer Enough? LGBTIQ+ Asylum Seekers in the European Context
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By Cinzia Dimonte / November 9, 2023

Too Queer or Not Queer Enough? LGBTIQ+ Asylum Seekers in the European Context

By Cinzia Dimonte ABSTRACT This blogpost examines the main challenges faced by LGBTIQ+ asylum seekers and calls for a fair…

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Instrumentalisation of International Migration to the EU: A Critique of Securitised Approaches
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By Mariana Galvão / October 29, 2023

Instrumentalisation of International Migration to the EU: A Critique of Securitised Approaches

Mariana Cavalheiro Galvão Abstract  The use of migration for political purposes has raised concerns within the European Union. This blog…

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The Temporary Protection Directive in the Context of the 2015/2016 and the 2022/2023 ‘Crises’: Geopolitics, Race or Both?
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By Luana Cardoso / October 29, 2023

The Temporary Protection Directive in the Context of the 2015/2016 and the 2022/2023 ‘Crises’: Geopolitics, Race or Both?

Luana Cardoso and Matilde Felgueiras Abstract The Temporary Protection Directive was activated only once, in 2022, due to the Russo-Ukrainian…

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Climate-Induced Displacement: Some Reflections on Contemporary Debates
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By Maria Marques / October 27, 2023

Climate-Induced Displacement: Some Reflections on Contemporary Debates

Maria Marques, Susana Brazão and Vittoria Moccia Abstract This blogpost explores the issue of climate-induced displacement and the limits of legal protection, critically…

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Vulnerability: An Emerging Norm in Migration and Asylum Law?
ARTICLES, Migration & Vulnerability
By Fernanda Leal / August 10, 2023

Vulnerability: An Emerging Norm in Migration and Asylum Law?

Carolina Moniz Pinto and Fernanda Leal [1] Abstract The term “vulnerability” has become increasingly important in academic literature, law and…

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Proibição da Tortura e Tratamentos Degradantes e os Centros de Instalação Temporária em Portugal
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By Otávio de Figueiredo Raupp / March 12, 2023

Proibição da Tortura e Tratamentos Degradantes e os Centros de Instalação Temporária em Portugal

Otávio de Figueiredo Raupp[1] Resumo O presente artigo pretende proceder a uma breve análise crítica das condições gerais dos centros…

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Facial Recognition and Immigration Policies: Secure Technology or Misleading Tools?
ARTICLES, Migração & Transformação Digital, RESEARCH GROUP
By Victória Costa / September 2, 2022

Facial Recognition and Immigration Policies: Secure Technology or Misleading Tools?

As societies evolve, so do the means by which daily activities are carried out. When it comes to immigration diligence,…

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