Colleagues may be interested in an English High Court judgment delivered yesterday Tabrizagh & Ors v SSHD EWHC 1914 (Admin) dealing with Dublin returns to Italy in the light of the most recent case law and COI on Italy. It deals with the situation of the 3 main categories of cases: asylum seekers; BIPs...
persecution and religionI promised to cut and past from an email discussion I had with Harald Dorig last June. There was some later exchange but I cannot find it presentlh. Here are the first bits attached as a doc.
I will also try cutting and pasting as now.
Hathaway's article is so long that I try to...
Several members of IARLJ Europe have been participating in various stages of the EASO professional development curriculum for courts and tribunals pilot project on Art 15c. Quite a few attended a moot court event last December on 15c which was a great success and in April and on 5-6 June a...
Hopefully if James agrees there could be heads for
IARLJ WORKING PARTIES GENERAL
and then one for each of the Working Parties.
Perhaps under the first Liesbeth could put the current lists of names with email addresses?
If this test works I will copy and paste the email exchanges that took place between several of us a few months ago discussing the two CJEU case Y and Z and X,Y and Z and their interrelationship with the Hathaway endogenous harm approach.
Can someone tell me whether this test works?
As a test: I think we should add this, i.e. IARLJ-Europe. At present it is set up as a global website which is great but my principal immediate concern is to carry out our promise to set up a forum to assist and interest IARLJ-Europe members.
Is there a way of making a contribution which...
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