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1. Publication launch: "From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0 - Towards a new European consensus on migration"
        
2. 20th Edition of the Odysseus Summer School
 
20ème édition du cours d'été du réseau Odysseus
 
3. Relaunch of Odysseus one-year Certificate
 
4. Recruitment of a Full-time researcher (Post-PhD Scholarship) in Immigration Law at UCLouvain (2020-2023)
 
Ouverture d’un post-doc de recherche à temps plein en droit de l’immigration (2020-2023) à l’UCLouvain (2020-2023)
 
1. Publication launch: "From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0 - Towards a new European consensus on migration"
 
The Odysseus Academic Network is pleased to invite you on the 11th of December 2019 to the launch of the publication "From Tampere 20 to Tampere 2.0 - Towards a New European Consensus on Migration". The publication is centred on the 20th anniversary of the Tampere conclusions of October 1999. It looks back at the Tampere legacy and puts forward proposals that can inform future EU migration and asylum pact. Its content was informed by the Tampere 2.0 conference hold on 24-25 October in Helsinki as a side event of Finland’s Presidency of the EU. The opening and closing plenaries have been video recorded, with the keynote speeches by Antonio Vitorino, IOM's Director General, Filippo Grandi, UN High Commissioner for Refugees and can be found on the Conference website.
 
The launch will take place at the Permanent Representation of Finland to the EU. The confirmed speakers are Olli-Poika Parviainen, State Secretary at Finnish Ministry of the Interior; Hanna Lehtinen, Ambassador and Representative to the Political and Security Committee at the Permanent Representation of Finland; Philippe De Bruycker, Professor at the Université libre de Bruxelles and Coordinator of the Odysseus Academic Network; Marie De Somer, Head of the Migration and Diversity Programme at the European Policy Centre; and Jean-Louis De Brouwer, Director of the European Affairs Programme, Egmont Institute, who will be the session's Moderator.

Prof. Philippe De Bruycker and Marie de Somer also presented the publication at the European Parliament before the LIBE Committee on Monday 2 December. You can watch the videostream of their interventions and the Q&A session here.
 
As of the 11th of December, the publication will be available
on the Odysseus Website at this page!
 
 
2. 20th Edition of the Odysseus Summer School

20 ème édition du cours d'été du réseau Odysseus  
 
 
The 20th Edition of the Summer School of the Odysseus Network will be held in Brussels from 29th of June to 10th of July 2020. This will be a special editionto celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Summer School.

The Summer School has been designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the immigration and asylum policy of the EU from a legal perspective. The programme is organised by the Odysseus Academic Network under the umbrella of the Institute for European Studies of the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Participants in the Summer School typically include PhD and graduate students, researchers, EU and Member State officials, representatives of NGOs and International Organisations, lawyers, judges, social workers and more.

In addition to the classes, evening debates and visits to the European Institutions, the course provides an excellent opportunity to spend an intellectually stimulating fortnight and to network among a group of around one hundred fellow participants coming from all over Europe. The setting of the summer school in Brussels, capital of the European Union, creates a unique environment that facilitates participants’ deeper engagement with EU institutions and networking between participants.

La 20ème édition du cours d'été du réseau Odysseus aura lieu à Bruxelles du 29 juin au 10 Juillet 2020. Cette édition spéciale célèbrera le 20ème anniversaire du cours d’été.

L’ objectif du cours d’été est de fournir aux participants une connaissance globale de la politique d’immigration et d’asile de l’Union européenne d’un point de vue juridique. Le programme est organisé par le Réseau académique Odysseus dans le cadre de l’Institut d’Etudes Européennes de l’Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Les participants sont traditionnellement des doctorants, étudiants diplômés, chercheurs, fonctionnaires européens ou nationaux, représentants d’ONGs ou d’organisations internationales, avocats, juges, travailleurs sociaux, etc.

En plus des enseignements, le cours d’été offre l’opportunité de vivre une expérience intellectuelle stimulante au sein d’un groupe d’une centaine de participants provenant de toute l’UE. La localisation du cours d’été à Bruxelles permet aux participants d’évoluer dans un environnement européen unique offrant de multiples possibilités de contacts avec les institutions européennes et de réseautage entre participants.
 
3. Relaunch of Odysseus one-year Certificate
 
The Odysseus Network is relaunching its one-year certificate. The aim of this programme is to provide its participants with an in-depth understanding of the EU migration and asylum law. It will be of interest to all persons who wish to acquire a specialised knowledge in immigration and asylum law, and in particular civil servants, researchers, PhD students, lawyers, and persons working for EU institutions, International Organisations, and NGOs, all of whom frequently confront the complex legal dimension of immigration and asylum in their work or studies.

The courses are given in English in Brussels at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings throughout the year. Participants are supposed to attend physically the classes, but it will also be possible to follow them live on skype upon distance. Several specific gatherings will be organised in Brussels throughout the year for participants following the courses from abroad.

This course provides the opportunity to live in a unique European environment, with well-known professors coming from academic institutions in different Member States as well as speakers from the EU institutions, and to take part in an intellectually stimulating experience as part of a group of about 20 participants specialising in the area of immigration and asylum with different backgrounds from all over Europe. Participants will be involved in research activities and will in particular be trained to draft a final paper to be published on the Odysseus blog. Professional networking within and outside the group will be encouraged by the organisers. Participants will receive a university certificate if they follow succesfully the programme, includng some written or oral exams.
 
You can find more information at this page. If you are interested and require any further information or want to send your pre-application, please email us your CV at the address: odysseuscertif@gmail.com
Registration will start in January 2020.
 
 
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4. Recruitment of a Full-time researcher (Post PhD Scholarship) in Immigration Law

Ouverture d’un post-doc de recherche à temps plein en droit de l’immigration (2020-2023) à l’UCLouvain (2020-2023)
 
The Charles de Visscher Centre for International and European Law is hiring a full-time researcher in immigration law for a period of three years. Start date: January 1, 2020.
Look at the brochure for more information.
 
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Le Centre Charles de Visscher pour le droit international et européen engage un chercheur post-doc à temps plein en droit de l'immigration pour une période de trois ans. Entrée en fonction le 1er janvier 2020.Voyez la brochure pour plus d'infos.
 
 
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