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Other refugee law clinics in Germany (selection)
There are a number of refugee law clinics in Germany. They have joined together to form the Refugee Law Clinic Network.
Information about refugee law clinics (in German only)
Laura Hilb and Lisa vom Felde, Refugee Law Clinics in Deutschland – ein studentisches Modell für die Veränderung der juristischen Ausbildung? (Refugee law clinics in Germany—a student model for changing legal education?) In: Kritische Justiz, 2/2016, pp. 220–232.
Interview series in the Junge Wissenschaft blog, January 2016: “Refugee Law Clinics: soziales Engagement als praktische Kritik an der universitären Juristenausbildung?” (Refugee law clinics: social commitment as practical criticism of the legal education at universities?)
Resources on refugee law
Information on the EU asylum and migration laws—compiled by Pro Asyl (in German only)
European Database of Asylum Law (EDAL)—case law database with rulings from member states and the European courts, operated by the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)
Asylum Information Database (AIDA)—European database with information on asylum, operated by the European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)
European Country of Origin Information Network (ecoi.net)—European database with information on countries of origin, operated by NGOs, government agencies, and the UNHCR
migrationsrecht.net—current news, commentaries, and materials
Advising materials—compiled by Diakonisches Werk (in German only)
Conclusions on International Protection reached by the UNHCR Executive Committee
Michigan Guidelines—expert guidelines developed at the University of Michigan
refworld.org—UNCHR database with rulings, UN documents, and country-specific materials