ASILE training school containing refugees and migrants: allocating and attributing responsibility for human rights violations
The ASILE H2020 Project Training School focuses on the state of the art on responsibility allocation, attribution and accountability for violations of migrant and refugee rights in the context of migration control policies. A specific focus put on contained mobility policies implemented by states and other actors within the framework of the Global Compact on Refugees (GCR) and the Global Compact on Safe, Orderly and Regular migration (GCM).
The Training School examines key forms, sources, and implications of variation in adaptation to global norms and standards, including the GCR. It studies the key actors and their cooperation arrangements with third countries. This includes an assessment of the key issues and ways in which countries and world regions are dealing with similar or distinct issues of responsibility allocation, attribution, and jurisdiction in the context of human rights violations in the scope of migration and asylum management policies.