Morning session on the protection granted to seriously ill migrants in the context of the M’ Bodj and Abdida case-law in Belgium
On 20 January, the Belgian Association for foreigners’ rights organizes a training on the topic “What protection for seriously ill persons following M’Bodj and Abdida case-law?”.
On 18 December 2014 the European Union Court of Justice has ruled and answered to several prejudicial questions formulated by the Belgian Constitutional Court in relation to the conditions of stay of seriously ill migrants.
The two case-law issued, M’ Bodj and Abdida, might influence the conception and the outreach of the stay for serious illness in Belgium. Therefore, in order to discuss the potential consequences and challenges raised by these legislations, the Association for foreigners’ rights organizes in Brussels a morning session to reflect on this issue.
Read more and register to the training here (in French)