Volume 21 (2020)

Volume 21 | Issue 3

Border Justice: Migration and Accountability for Human Rights Violations
Cathryn Costello and Itamar Mann

A Topographical Approach to Accountability for Human Rights Violations in Migration Control
Nikolas Feith Tan and Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen

Hard Protection through Soft Courts? Non-Refoulement before the United Nations Treaty Bodies
Başak ÇalıCathryn Costello and Stewart Cunningham

The Architecture of Functional Jurisdiction: Unpacking Contactless Control—On Public Powers, S.S. and Others v. Italy, and the “Operational Model”
Violeta Moreno-Lax

The European Convention of Human Rights and Migration at Sea: Reading the “Jurisdictional Threshold” of the Convention Under the Law of the Sea Paradigm
Efthymios Papastavridis

The Right to Life Under the EU Charter and Cooperation with Third States to Combat Human Smuggling
Vladislava Stoyanova

Human Rights Due Diligence Policies Applied to Extraterritorial Cooperation to Prevent “Irregular” Migration: European Union and United Kingdom Support to Libya
Carla Ferstman

Beyond the Governance Gap: Accountability in Privatized Migration Control
Daria Davitti

Holding the European Asylum Support Office Accountable for its role in Asylum Decision-Making: Mission Impossible?
Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi

The Action for Damages as a Fundamental Rights Remedy: Holding Frontex Liable
Melanie Fink

Challenges to Australia’s Offshore Detention Regime and the Limits of Strategic Tort Litigation
Gabrielle Holly

International Criminal Law and the Violence against Migrants
Ioannis Kalpouzos

The Right to Perform Rescue at Sea: Jurisprudence and Drowning
Itamar Mann

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