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This book offers a unique comparative assessment of the evolution of immigration detention systems in European Union member states since the onset of the “refugee crisis.” By applying an analytical framework premised on international human rights law in assessing domestic detention regimes, the book reveals the extent to which EU legislation has led to the adoption of laws and practices that may disregard fundamental rights and standards.

At the end of June, Mariette Grange, the GDP’s long-time advisor and senior researcher, retired after a distinguished decades-long career as a Geneva-based human rights advocate specialising in the rights of migrants and refugees. Mariette has been a part of the GDP team since its inception: first as an advisor to and then member of […]

While the concepts of “crimmigration” and “immcarceration” have received much scrutiny in the Global North, far less attention has been given to them in the context of South-South migration. This working paper helps address this gap by identifying distinctive aspects of crimmigration control in India and its connections with the governance of migration in wealthier countries.

In a statement released today, the United Nations Network on Migration has condemned the attack on Tajoura Detention Centre, Tripoli, which has killed at least 40 people and left more than 130 injured.