In Kulinski and Sabev v. Bulgaria, the ECtHR heard complaints about interferences with the right to vote in prison. Its decision seems problematic in two ways and illustrates how States at times use criminal law to disenfranchise convicts.
Travelling as a PhD student in law and criminology for research at partner institutions may raise questions of relevance. Though not always photogenic, such exchange trips are crucial to the success of contemporary global research.
Ter Apel houses both the Netherlands’ main asylum reception centre and its only prison specifically for foreign national criminals facing expulsion. We highlight how and why this small village constitutes a spatial expression of crimmigration.