PhD Scholar at Durham University
Established in 2021, the RLI Working Group on the Role of Courts in Shaping Access to Asylum provides a space for academics and practitioners engaging with the decisions of international, regional, and domestic courts (and quasi-judicial adjudicative bodies) in their impact refugees and asylum seekers. It is a platform for discussion and the exchange of ideas, and a space where members can receive constructive feedback on work in progress.
The Working Group on the Role of Courts in Shaping Access to Asylum is convened currently by Dr Gillian Kane. RLI network members who wish to become involved should email the convenors directly.
Tutor: Internal displacement in law and policy
Senior Lecturer at University of Lincoln
Assistant Professor in International and European Law at Radboud University Nijmegen
Associate Professor at Australian National University
Director of Law Reform and Social Justice (ANU)
Associate Professor in International Refugee Law
at the University of Reading