ELSA is launching a new a Legal Research Group on the topic of Migration Law in cooperation with the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, international intergovernmental organisation focused on protecting human rights, democracy, rule of law in Europe. The questions of the LRG focus on outlining the relevant policies and legal tools on integration of migrants within Europe. The findings of the research will be compiled in a final report to be published by ELSA and Council of Europe. Moreover, this final report will be presented at the session of the Parliamentary Assembly by ELSA.
International Legal Research Group on Migration Law
ELSA International is aiming to recruit as many countries as possible from the ELSA Network to participate in this Legal Research Group.
The project is open for both law students and young lawyers from ELSA Member and Observer Countries. The countries of research groups will be confirmed to participate by ELSA International as soon as the Application Period is over.
Each National Research Group of the participating countries shall consist of National Coordinator, National Academic Coordinators, National Researchers, National Linguistic Editors and National Academic Supervisor(s).
Draft timeline of the project:
28th of March – Launch of the Project, Call for the National Coordinators, Researchers, Linguistic Editors, etc.
15th of April – Deadline for the Applications for National Coordinators
7th of May – Deadline for the Applications for National Researchers, Linguistic Editors etc.
10th of May – Appointment of the National Research Groups
July – Submissions of National Reports
Mid October – Final Corrections to the Report
End of October – Publication of the Final Report