Bio

I am a PhD candidate at the Department of Criminal Law, Tilburg University. I hold a M.A. in European Global Studies (Faculties of Law and Social Sciences , University of Basel) with a research focus on migration, peace and conflict, and access to justice, and a B.A. in Political Science (University of Zurich). With this background in social sciences and law, I conduct interdisciplinary research, combining classical legal research with qualitative and quantitative approaches.

My doctoral project analyzes the EU migration control regime and its influence on migrants’ vulnerability to human trafficking and human smuggling. The research is at the juncture of migration law and policy, human rights and criminal law, and builds on theories such as crimmigration or anti-policy.

Top publicaties

  1. Enforcing the rights of migrants with irregular status: City ID cards…

    Fehr, I. (2021). Enforcing the rights of migrants with irregular status: City ID cards as a remedy? cognitio, 2021(1).

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