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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  19 May 2022

Vladislava Stoyanova
Affiliation:
Lunds Universitet, Sweden
Stijn Smet
Affiliation:
Hasselt Universiteit, Belgium

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Vladislava Stoyanova is Associate Professor of Public International Law at the Faculty of Law, Lund University (Sweden). She is the holder of the Wallenberg Academy Fellowship (2019–2024) awarded by the Knut and Allice Wallenberg Foundation and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. As a Wallenberg Fellow, she leads the project ‘The Borders within: the Multifaceted Legal Landscape of Migrant Integration in Europe’. Her work on this edited volume is part of this project. Her publications include the monograph Human Trafficking and Slavery Reconsidered: Conceptual Limits and States’ Positive Obligations in European Law (Cambridge University Press 2017), and three co-edited volumes Seeking Asylum in the European Union: Selected Protection Issues Raised by the Second Phase of the Common European Asylum System (Brill 2015), The New Asylum and Transit Countries in Europe: During and in the Aftermath of the 2015–2016 Crisis (Brill 2018) and International Law and Violence against Women: Europe and the Istanbul Convention (Routledge 2020). Her research interests relate to public international law, human rights law, migration law and EU law. Dr Stoyanova is the director of the migration law courses at her faculty.

Stijn Smet is Assistant Professor of Constitutional Law at Hasselt University (Belgium) and Senior Research Associate at Melbourne Law School (Australia). Before joining Hasselt University, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Melbourne Law School and at Ghent University. His primary research expertise is in comparative constitutional law and European human rights law. He is the author of Resolving Conflicts between Human Rights: The Judge’s Dilemma (Routledge 2017) and co-editor of When Human Rights Clash at the European Court of Human Rights: Conflict or Harmony? (Oxford University Press 2017). His research has been published in leading international journals, including Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, European Constitutional Law Review, American University International Law Review, Journal of Media Law, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion and Human Rights Law Review. His work has been cited by the European Court of Human Rights (in separate opinions). He is a PI on the multidisciplinary and interuniversity project ‘Future-Proofing Human Rights: Developing Thicker Forms of Accountability’ (2021–2024).

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