The local coordinator and the leader of the Hungarian team is Judit Tóth Ph.D., associate professor, Head of the Constitutional Law Department and the Legal Clinic. Previously, she worked at the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Justice and the Ombudsman Responsible for Minority Rights. As a research fellow she published several articles regarding various topics, like refugee law, nationality law, migration policy, legal aid, child protection and more in the field of human rights and administrative law as well.
Office: 6721 Szeged, Bocskai utca 10-12., III. floor, office 79., Hungary
Tel.: +36 62 544-487
Recent publications of Judit Tóth:
- Tóth, J. (2013) Czech and Hungarian Roma exodus to Canada: How to distinguish between unbearable destitution and unbearable persecution. In: D. Bigo, S. Carrerea, E. Guild (eds.) Foreigners, Refugees or Minorities? Rethinking People in the Context of Border Controls and Visas. Farnham: Ashgate. 3954.
- Tóth, J. (2012) Migration law in Hungary. International Encyclopedia of Law (monograph in IEL series) Kluwer Law, The Hague. 356
- Tóth, J. (2010) Ethnic citizenship – Can it be obtained and tested? In: Van Oers, Ersbøll & Kostakopoulou (eds.) A Re-definition of Belonging? Koninklijke Brill NV, The Netherlands. 211–240.
- Tóth, J. (2010) Liberty, security and enlargement. In: D. Bigo, S. Carrera, E. Guild & R. Walker (eds.)
Europe’s 21st Century Challenges – Delivering Liberty. Ashgate, 143-153.
- Tóth, J. (2009) Acquiring nationality: Is it a goal, a tool, or an assessment of integration? In: J. Niessen & Th. Huddleston (eds.) Legal Frameworks for the Integration of Third-Country Nationals. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Vol.18 ‘Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe’, Leiden –Boston, 159193.