Centre for Migration Law

The Centre for Migration Law at Radboud University is an academic research centre for positive law and empirical research on migration, integration and discrimination. It is distinguished by interdisciplinary cooperation, international orientation and focus on the relationship between global and European developments and national legal practice.


Construction - GS4S project

Global Strategy for Skills, Migration, and Development (GS4S)

GS4S seeks to better understand global skills shortages in selected sectors and strengthens evidence-based policies through new evidence on various overlooked global mobility schemes.


HorizonEU grants for research projects into skilled migrants, climate action

Two new projects led by Radboud University will receive a Horizon Europe grant. The ACHIEVE project will look into individual, voluntary climate actions, while GS4S seeks to understand how skills shortages can be mitigated with skilled labor workers.

Professor Jasper Krommendijk

CMR-podcast #3: Jasper Krommendijk on the effectiveness of human rights in a multilevel legal order

In the third CMR podcast, Karen Geertsema and Ricky van Oers have a conversation with Jasper Krommendijk. They discuss the topic of his recent oration 'The effectiveness of human rights in a multilevel legal order under threat?'


The secretariat of the Centre for Migration Law is located in the Grotius Building, room GR. 03.030.

Postal address

P.O. Box 9049
6500 KK Nijmegen

+31 24 3612087

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