Final Report - Migration Law
Integration Policies

Coordinated by: Jakub Čája, Kerli Kalk, Kristýna Tranová, Bruno Filipe Monteiro, Marilena Zidianaki, Ismini Athanasopoulou, Antonia Markoviti, Oļegs Sedjakins,Valentin van de Walle

Countries involved: Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Macedonia, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kindgom

Published: March 2018

Length: 1677

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Description

The International Legal Research Group on Migration Law is a cooperation between ELSA, Council of Europe (CoE) and the Parliamentary Assembly (PACE). The cooperation derived from a need to give law students’ across Europe the opportunity to expand their knowledge on this relevant topic. The LRG serves as a significant step towards increasing knowledge about migration law, specifically integration policies, and providing additional learning opportunities to law students everywhere.

In order to conduct the research, CoE provided ELSA a foundation for the Academic Framework to ensure that researching. Based on those materials 28 ELSA National Groups analysed their national legislation and compiled a through-rough report.