Finalized projects

-The list is being updated-

The Migration Law Environment comprises four doctoral studentships and two postdoctoral positions, which are associated through the project with the law faculties at both Lund University and Uppsala University. The subprojects included are:

Dissertation projects

The Swedish Migration Court’s duty to investigate
PhD student: Isa Cegrell Karlander.

Discrimination and asylum law
PhD student: Maria Bexelius.

Climate change-related harm and non-refoulement: how refugee lawyers respond to global warming
PhD student: Matthew R. Scott.

The price of solidarity: distributing the responsibilities for people in need of international protection within the EU and between the EU and third countries
PhD student: Eleni Karageorgiou.

Postdoctoral projects

Children with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities in the asylum process
Researcher: Anna Bruce.

“Is it for real?” Investigating genuineness in the invocation of reasons for protection
Researchers: Hanna Wikström and Rebecca Thorburn Stern.

Age assessment in the asylum procedure
Researcher: Gregor Noll. This project is funded by the Law faculty at Lund University.

Brief reports from the projects
A brief summary from each subproject can be downloaded here.