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The volume ‘Migration Issues before International Courts and Tribunals‘, edited by Giovanni Carlo Bruno, Fulvio Maria Palombino, and Adriana Di Stefano is available online.
The volume collects 16 contributions on the role of international Courts and Tribunals in the development and/or application of migration law, fostering a dialogical approach among scholars, experts and policy makers in addressing relevant issues of judicial practice in the field.
An international call for paper was issued in 2018, and selected contributions were peer-reviewed by external evaluators.
Special attention is paid throughout the volume to issues of human rights, given their centrality in international adjudication on migration and refugee law in times of crisis (suffice it to mention massive movements of people at sea, as well as de facto or de iure emergency situations in Europe and beyond).