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Exploring the intersections between immigration law and labour law

The people in this column in Benghazi, including migrant workers and possibly refugees, want to enter Egypt to escape the fighting in Libya UNHCR / F Noy / 2011
The people in this column in Benghazi, including migrant workers and possibly refugees, want to enter Egypt to escape the fighting in Libya

Cathryn Costello is the principal researcher (with Professor Mark Freedland, St John's College) on Migrants at Work, funded by the John Fell Fund, Society of Legal Scholars (SLS), St John’s College Research Centre and Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS) Oxford. The inaugural seminar took place in Oxford in June 2012. The project aims to explore intersections between immigration law and labour law. An edited collection was published in 2014, as well as other research outputs.

 

Podcast

Migrants at Work: Immigration and Vulnerability in Labour Law [Book launch] | Various speakers

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Our team

  • Cathryn Costello
    Cathryn Costello

    Andrew W Mellon Associate Professor of International Human Rights and Refugee Law

Selected publications