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Annick Pijnenburg is a PhD researcher at Tilburg Law School. She has an interdisciplinary background, combining social sciences (BA) and law (LLB, LLM), with a strong focus on international human rights law. Annick has previously worked at various international and non-governmental organisations, including the EU Fundamental Rights Agency and the Council of Europe.

Annick's doctoral research project is called "At the frontiers of shared responsibility". It examines the responsibility of States under international law for human rights violations in the context of cooperative migration control policies, i.e. policies whereby States cooperate to stem migration flows. 

 

 

Recent publications

  1. Playing Cat and Mouse - How Europe Evades Responsibility for its Role…

    Pijnenburg, A., & Rijken, C. (2019). Playing Cat and Mouse: How Europe Evades Responsibility for its Role in Human Rights Abuses against Migrants and Refugees. In Dynamic Realities of Human Trafficking and Mixed Migration in Digital Africa (pp. 697-726). Langaa RPCIG.
  2. The global compact on refugees and international law - A missed oppor…

    Pijnenburg, A. (Author). (2019). The global compact on refugees and international law: A missed opportunity?. Web publication/site, https://rli.blogs.sas.ac.uk/: University of London. Retrieved from https://rli.blogs.sas.ac.uk/2019/02/05/the-gcr-and-international-law-a-missed-opportunity/
  3. Containment instead of refoulement - Shifting state responsibility in…

    Pijnenburg, A. (2018). Containment instead of refoulement: Shifting state responsibility in the age of cooperative migration control?
  4. Controlling migration through international cooperation

    Pijnenburg, A., Gammeltoft-Hansen, T., & Rijken, C. (2018). Controlling migration through international cooperation. European Journal of Migration and Law, 20(4), 365-371.
  5. From Italian pushbacks to Libyan pullbacks - Is Hirsi 2.0 in the maki…

    Pijnenburg, A. (2018). From Italian pushbacks to Libyan pullbacks: Is Hirsi 2.0 in the making in Strasbourg? European Journal of Migration and Law, 20(4), 396-426.

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