Leiden Law Blog

CRN-members from Leiden University regularly post on issues of citizenship and migration on Leiden Law Blog. Leiden Law Blog is part of the Leiden Law School, Leiden University. The authors are legal experts or criminologists working at our faculty. The Leiden Law Blog stands out by reacting to the latest news while at the same time touching on the research being performed within our faculty.

Some interesting recent posts are:

Joanne van der Leun on Mediterranean Migrant tragediesMigrant-specific policies and The criminalization of irregular residence

– Maartje van der Woude on Ethnic profiling and selectivity

Tim Dekkers on Fake and fantasy passports

Jelmer Brouwer on Linking migration to development and The criminalization of irregular migration

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