This book examines key aspects of european union eu law on immigration and asylum where eu standards overlap with human rights protections and international refugee law. A cluster of makeshift settlements in calais france erected by migrants asylum seekers and refugees most of who want to travel to the united kingdom focusing on access to territory and authorisation of presence and residence for third country nationals this book examines the eu law on . To write a monograph on migrants and refugees in europe is challenging enough to write it as the continent was facing the largest influx of forcibly displaced persons since the end of the second world war and yet to still produce a classic study that is timeless in its thematic analysis when it really ought to lead the field in the built in . In the human rights of migrants and refugees in european law cathryn costello explores the complex and often vexed legal landscape which surrounds the human rights of migrants and refugees in europe. Cathryn costello holds the andrew w mellon associate professorship in international human rights and refugee law at the refugee studies centre oxford with a fellowship at st antonys college
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