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Amanda Musco Eklund

I research on EU border control, automated systems and principles of the rule of law.


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Doctoral student (on leave) at Department of Law
Affiliated as other position at Unit of Police Work

I research and teach mainly in constitutional law, EU-law, international law and migration law, especially on issues related to human rights, the rule of law, border control and new technology.

In my PhD thesis I analyse the implementation and use of autonomous systems within the EU's external border control in relation to principles of the rule of law. 

I am particularly interested in how legal requirements related to human control can be used as a safeguard when implementing autonomous systems, and the thesis will develop a legal theory on "meaningful human control".

I teach human rights law, constitutional law, public international law and migration law at the Department of Law and the Police Education Unit.