Madeline Garlick is a doctoral candidate at the University of Nijmegen, Netherlands, in the Centre for Migration Law. Her research topic is ‘Solidarity and responsibility-sharing for asylum and international protection in the European Union’ (EU). She worked for 10 years until late 2013 for UNHCR, where she was in charge of its liaison with the EU institutions, and headed the Europe Bureau’s Policy and Legal Support Unit. She is also currently working as an International Migration Initiative Fellow with the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) Europe in Brussels. In addition to solidarity and burden- and responsibility-sharing, her research interests include asylum procedures; resettlement; mixed migration, particularly from North Africa and the Middle East to Europe; displacement from the Syria conflict; and the asylum jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the EU and the European Court of Human Rights.

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