Aidan McGirr

Aidan McGirr is a law student at New York University. An IILJ Scholar, Aidan is a representative on the University’s International Law Society, a policy writer for the International Refugee Assistance Program, and a member of the Jessup Moot Court. Previously, Aidan completed a Master’s with distinction from Linköping University, where he focused on migration policy. Aidan has also worked with the UN Association of Sweden on peace and security issues, as well as the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. Aidan received his Bachelor degree in astrophysics with a minor in global health from Arizona State University.

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Mediterranean Sea Migrants: How a Novel Classification Framework Can Increase State Accountability

Mediterranean Sea Migrants: How a Novel Classification Framework Can Increase State Accountability

Image description: Small boat containing refugees is intercepted by border police in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Greece Approximately eight people have died attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea each day since January ...