Title

Refugee Crisis in Greece: Has International Law Failed?

Presenting Author Name/s

Kleopatra Moditsi

Faculty Advisor

Aaron Karp

Faculty Advisor Email

akarp@odu.edu

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

Disciplines

Eastern European Studies | International Law | International Relations

Description/Abstract

In 2015, Europe experienced one of the most severe migration crisis in its time. Migrants and refugees fleeing conflict and instability in their home countries in the Middle East and Africa. The influx has mostly affected countries of entry, such as Greece. This paper explores the intersection of legal mechanisms on three different levels: the international, European and domestic law and exposes their shortcomings.

Session Title

International Studies & Geography Presentations

Location

Learning Commons @ Perry Library, Room 1306

Start Date

3-2-2018 11:30 AM

End Date

3-2-2018 12:30 PM

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Refugee Crisis in Greece: Has International Law Failed?

Learning Commons @ Perry Library, Room 1306

In 2015, Europe experienced one of the most severe migration crisis in its time. Migrants and refugees fleeing conflict and instability in their home countries in the Middle East and Africa. The influx has mostly affected countries of entry, such as Greece. This paper explores the intersection of legal mechanisms on three different levels: the international, European and domestic law and exposes their shortcomings.