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Strategic Litigation as a tool to help the Afghan 1F’ers in the Netherlands

Date: 
Thursday, February 16, 2017

Introduction

One of the strategic litigation cases of the Dutch Public Interest Litigation Project (PILP), a project of the Dutch section of the International Commission of Jurists (NJCM), is about the so-called Afghan 1F’s. This blog aims to highlight the problem of the ‘Afghan 1F’ers’ in the Netherlands and it aims to demonstrate the way in which PILP has built litigation against the state.

Afghan refugees in legal limbo

Article 1F of the...

Exclusion from International Protection for Terrorist Activities under EU Law: from B & D to Lounani

Date: 
Friday, February 3, 2017

Introduction

In this article, I will discuss the evolving interpretation of the exclusion clauses at EU law over the course of time between the judgments of the Court of Justice in Joined Cases C-57/09 and C-101/09, Bundesrepublik Deutschland v. B & D, 9 November 2010 and that in Case C-573/14,...