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Dr Ingrid Claudia Boccardi
Appointment
  • Lecturer
  • Faculty of Laws
  • UCL SLASH
Biography
Ingrid Boccardi has been teaching part-time at UCL since 1997, where she obtained her Ph.D in EU Law in 2001. She joined the Faculty full-time in September 2003 and teaches jointly in Laws and in the Department of European Social and Political Studies.

She previously worked for the European Commission in Brussels and has been acting as a source to the BBC and CNN with regard to EU asylum/refugee issues and developments since 2000. She has also acted as an external consultant for the European Council of Refugees and Exiles and the UNHCR.

Research Summary
Ingrid Boccardi’s main research focus is on the development of EU Migration Law and Policy, EU Citizenship and Home and Justice Affairs.

In 2002 she published Europe and Refugees: Towards an EU Asylum Policy, European Monograph Series, Kluwer Law International (2002), a comprehensive analysis of the development of the EU competence on Asylum.


She has presented numerous international papers on the development of the EU Common Asylum System and recently published ‘Confronting a false Dilemma: EU Asylum Policy between “Protection” and “Securitization”’ in O’Cinneide C. and Holder J. Current Legal Problems volume 60 (OUP, 2007). She is also collaborating with the European Council of Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) in reviewing the functioning of the EU Common European Asylum System. One of the first papers of this project (on the reform of the EU Dublin System) will be published in early 2008.


Her current research projects include a monograph on the external dimension of EU Asylum policy, an article on new modes of governance in the EU Migration field and an analysis of the impact of EU Immigration initiatives on the development of the EU Citizenship concept.

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Academic Background
2001 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – European Union Law University College London
1993 MAS Masters To be updated
1992 LAU Laurea To be updated
03-05 CLTHE_1 Certificate in Learning and Teaching in HE Part 1 – Academic studies in Higher Education University College London
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