Is There Any Blood on My Hands? Deportation as a Crime of International Law

Is There Any Blood on My Hands? Deportation as a Crime of International Law (Chetail 2016) Chetail, Vincent. 2016. “Is There Any Blood on My Hands? Deportation as a Crime of International Law.” Leiden Journal of International Law 29 (3): 917–43. doi:10.1017/S0922156516000376. The present article revisits international criminal law as a tool for sanctioning the most patent abuses against migrants. Although deportation is traditionally considered as an attribute of the state inherent to its territorial sovereignty, this prerogative may degenerate Read More

Post-Deportation Risks: Criminalized Departure and Risks for Returnees in Countries of Origin

Post-Deportation Risks: Criminalized Departure and Risks for Returnees in Countries of Origin (2015, Charlotte Blondel, Marie Conciatori, Nausicaa Preiss, Meritxell Sayos Monras, Suzanne Seiller, Janine Uhlmannsiek ) Following the recent crisis in the Mediterranean Sea, the European Commission presented on May 15th 2015 a new European Agenda centred on the present challenges of global migration. As the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice-President of the Commission stated, “with this agenda we confirm and Read More