Prijswinnaars


2016

Amélie Poméon Frontex and EBCGA, a Question of Accountability


2015

Daphne ter Telgte The accession of the EU to the ECHR to strengthen human rights protection within the Common European Asylum system: necessity or merely symbolic? Download thesis


 2014

Nynke Staal After M.S.S.: the contemporary asylum and migration situation in Greece Download thesis


 2013

Arend van Rosmalen Conditional Citizenship of the Union? Family migration for the EU citizens and the outdated notion of “internal affairs” Download thesis


2012

Ellen Nissen The Rights of Minor EU Member State Nationals Wishing to Enjoy Family Life with a non-EU Parent in their Country of Nationality. A study in the light of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Childals Download thesis


2011

Alke Metselaar ‘Turkish delight? A closer examination of the standstill clause and the prohibition of discrimination in the EEC-Turkey Association’, Universiteit Maastricht. Download thesis


2010

Mark A. Provera ‘The detention of asylumseekers in Australia and the European Union – a comparative analysis’, Universiteit Maastricht.


2009

Sheila Maas ‘Dual Protection in European Asylum Law: Good or Bad for those Seeking Subsidiary Protection?


2008

Emma Besselink General Principles of Community Law in Action, the role of general principles in the context of the Asylum Procedure Directive Download thesis


2007

Sandra Adriana Mantu The Boundaries of European Social Citizenship


2006

Bahija Aarrass De Wet Inburgering in het Buitenland


2005

Maarten den Heijer De extra-territoriale werking van mensenrechtenverdragen en de opvang van asielzoekers in de regio


2004

Erik Scheers De verhouding van de Europese richtlijn gezinshereniging tot het Nederlandse gezinsherenigingsbeleid en het recht op ‘family life’ ingevolge artikel 8 EVRM’, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen


2003

Hjørdis Snoeys Klemmende redenen van humanitaire aard. Duidelijk omlijnde asiel- en reguliere verleningsgronden of restcategorie?