- Access to Asylum Procedures for Victims of Trafficking under a Human Rights based approach, in: Maria O’Sullivan/Dallal Stevens, Fortresses and Fairness – States, the Law and Access to Refugee Protection, Hart Publishing, 2017 (with Nula Frei),
- Toward better Integration of People in Need of Protection, in: National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) (ed.), From Temporary to Durable Stay: Integration in the Field of Asylum, Highlights #2, 2017, p. 41-45
- Enhancing efficiency and fairness? The Commission Proposal for a Dublin IV Regulation, in: ERA Forum, Vol. 17, 2017, p. 521-534.
- He has has also co-authored a commentary to the Dublin III Regulation (together with Francesco Maiani) in: Kay Hailbronner/Daniel Thym, EU Immigration and Asylum Law. A Commentary, 2nd edition, C.H.Beck 2016.
- His has also written a number of blogposts in English including:
- Dublin is dead! Long live Dublin! The 4 May 2016 proposal of the European Commission, (17 May 2016), available at: http://eumigrationlawblog.eu/dublin-is-dead-long-live-dublin-the-4-may-2016-proposal-of-the-european-commission/
- The Report of the European Parliament on the reform of the Dublin system: certainly bold, but pragmatic? (20 December 2017), available at: http://eumigrationlawblog.eu/the-report-of-the-european-parliament-on-the-reform-of-the-dublin-system-certainly-bold-but-pragmatic/
- Circumventing Non-Refoulement or Fighting “Illegal Migration”? (23 March 2018), available at: http://eumigrationlawblog.eu/circumventing-non-refoulement-or-fighting-illegal-migration/#more-1879
Dr. Constantin Hruschka
Dr Constantin Hruschka works as a Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich since November 2017. He is part of the Research Initiative of the Max Planck Society in “Challenges of Migration, Integration and Exclusion” (for further information see: https://www.eth.mpg.de/4397290/wimi). His main research project is focused on responsibility sharing mechanisms in the asylum context.
Before fully returning to academia, he had inter alia worked as head of the protection department at the Swiss Refugee Council (2014-2017) and as a lawyer for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency (2004-2014) in Nuremberg and Geneva. Dr Hruschka studied law, history and philosophy in Würzburg, Poitiers and Paris and has worked as a doctoral and post-doctoral researcher at the universities of Würzburg and Munich between 1996 and 2004. He holds a PhD in history from the university of Würzburg and a maîtrise en histoire from Université Paris IV (Sorbonne). In addition, he is a fully qualified lawyer and has passed his bar exam in 2002.
In addition to his work at the Max Planck Institute he is teaching European Law and European Asylum Law as well as Human Rights Law mainly at the Universities of Bielefeld, Munich, Erlangen-Nuremberg and Fribourg. He is a part of the pool of experts of the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) and was a member of the Swiss Federal Commission on Migration between 2015 and 2018. He has written articles on German, Swiss and European Migration Law with a focus on refugee protection as well as on the Dublin system.