Install the app

Install this application on your home screen for quick and easy access when you’re on the go.

Just tap Share then “Add to Home Screen”

Strategies of Secession and Counter-Secession

Seeking Asylum: The Link between Policies and Personal Experiences

Panel Number
Panel Chair
Lea Müller-Funk
University of Amsterdam
Panel Discussant
Laura Cleton
Universiteit Antwerpen

06/09/2019 09:00 - 10:40
Building: (Building A) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 3rd floor Room: 318
This panel focuses on the interplay between asylum governance on the one hand, and the personal experiences of individuals seeking asylum, on the other hand. In doing so, the panel discusses not only the difficulties that asylum seekers and refugees encounter in terms of integration into the new receiving countries, but it also aims to assess the effectiveness of policy responses to the management of inflows due to forced displacement.

Paper List

Title Details
Breaking Through (to the Other Side): Comparative Perspectives on the Skills, Aspirations and Settlement of Young Syrian Refugees View Paper Details
Geographies of Gender-Related Persecutions: The Case of Women Seeking Asylum in Spain View Paper Details
The Prospects for Refugees’ Integration in Greece: A Case Study in Crete and the Mytilene Islands View Paper Details
Share this page