The Migration clinic allows students to participate in the activities of NGOs and other actors supporting migrants in France. With the intensification of conflicts in the Middle East, migrants face an unprecedented crisis in the European Union Member States. As multiple debates and reforms are developing around ideas of better managing “migratory flows” and better fighting against illegal immigration, civil society, NGOs and students seek for solutions to the multiple “border situations” faced by migrants.

The Migration clinic addresses cutting-edge issues related to the situation of migrants in France through a number of projects. It allows students to gain a rich and complex understanding of immigration law through practice. It also aims at developing or consolidating students’ critical thinking in a context in which political, legal and social discourses contribute to the production of an image of migrants as “threats” or as “undesirables”.

Pedagogical team

The Migration clinic programme is taught in French and coordinated by :

  • Camille Escullié, lecturer
  • Nicolas Hervieu, lecturer
  • Bastien Charaudeau, Migrations clinic coordinator and tutor
  • Loïc Azoulai, lecturer of the required Migrations clinic 
  • Claire Bruggiamosca, tutor
  • Kristina Ganćarová, tutor
  • Thibaut Jaulin, tutor
  • Anne-Laure Lacoste, tutor
  • Christophe Pouly, tutor 

PROJECTS 2022-2023


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