Refugee reception in the shadow of Russia’s war in Ukraine – perspectives from Scandinavia and the UK

Drawing on their ongoing research, Mette Louise Berg, Line Grüner, Anders Neergaard, Andrea Verdasco, and Silke Zschomler discuss refugee reception policies in Denmark, Sweden, and the UK, and the obstacles involved in refugee social inclusion and integration in local communities. Continue reading Refugee reception in the shadow of Russia’s war in Ukraine – perspectives from Scandinavia and the UK

Can and Should the EU do more to tackle social inequality within and among member countries? That’s the question.

Amandine Crespy asks if the EU has served to enhance social cohesion on the continent, and whether or not it should do in the future.   Continue reading Can and Should the EU do more to tackle social inequality within and among member countries? That’s the question.

Fit for 55: the role of the rule of law in national climate governance

In the run-up to the Climate Change and the Rule of Law Conference (31 March – 1 April 2022), Sharon Turner discusses the main issues surrounding effective climate governance, and the influence and effectiveness of the EU Climate Law in a context where Member States have so far adopted national framework climate laws of variable quality. Continue reading Fit for 55: the role of the rule of law in national climate governance