Hart and Nomos Publising proposes a collective volume entitled Humanitarian Admission to Europe: The Law between Promises and Constraints edited by Marie-Claire Foblets and VULNER scientific coordinator Luc Leboeuf. Bringing together contributions from legal scholars and practitioners, the book broadens the discussion of the extent to which policy controversies regarding humanitarian admission to Europe are channeled and managed through law.
With transdisciplinary analyses of the X. and X. ruling on humanitarian visas as well as a study of the policies pursued by different States with regard to legal pathways to EU countries.
The book includes a contribution from Sylvie Sarolea, leader of the Belgian team of the VULNER project, which discusses the deficiencies in the current international and EU legal frameworks regarding the protection of migrants outside the EU. Taking a critical perspective, she draws connections with the broader issue access to justice.