Economic Analysis | Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Samantha Arnold works within the Irish National Contact Point (NCP) of the European Migration Network (EMN) which is based in the ESRI. The overall objective of the EMN is to improve the availability of, and access to, information concerning migration and asylum at European and Member State level in order to support policy and decision-making in the EU.
Samantha is currently completing her PhD in the School of Law, Trinity College Dublin. She holds an LLM in European Refugee Law awarded by University College Cork and an MA in International Relations awarded by Dublin City University. She completed her BA in Spanish and Hispanic Studies in New York at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Prior to joining the ESRI, Samantha was the Children’s and Young Persons’ Officer at the Irish Refugee Council. Samantha’s research interests include refugee and immigration law and policy and children’s rights law. She has authored a number of papers in Irish and international journals.
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Latest Publications: Ireland's response to recent trends in international protection applicationsEstablishing identity of non-EU nationals in Irish migration processesIllegal employment of non-EU nationals in IrelandFamily reunification of non-EU nationals in IrelandMonitoring report on integration 2016Resettlement of Refugees and Private Sponsorship in IrelandIntegration of Beneficiaries of International Protection into the Labour Market: policies and practices in IrelandThe International Protection Act 2015 and Age Assessment
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Programmes and Projects: European Migration Network