Louis Morris: Where (1960)

As Sarah van Walsum’s work shows, family norms have played an essential role in demarcating Europeans and non-Europeans since colonial times up until today. This is why gender and sexuality are crucial for understanding European asylum and migration law. In the past I have focused on gender and refugee law (Gender and Refugee Status, 1999), while the Fleeing Homophobia project, initiated in 2010 by Sabine Jansen of COC Nederland, rekindled my interest in LGBTI asylum issues (Fleeing Homophobia, with Sabine Jansen, 2011; Fleeing Homophobia (edited volume) 2013). I have analysed the inter-relation of gender and sexuality in Gender, Sexuality, Asylum and European Human Rights (2018).

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