4 edition of Asylum and migration policies in the European Union found in the catalog.
Asylum and migration policies in the European Union
|Statement||edited by Steffen Angenendt ; Research Institute of the German Society for Foreign Affairs|
|Contributions||Angenendt, Steffen, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik. Forschungsinstitut.|
|LC Classifications||JV7590 .A78 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||345 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||00348114|
Migration Policy Centre (blog) EU Law Analysis (Steve Peers) Réseau Universitaire Européen - Droit de l’Espace de liberté, sécurité et justice EDAL - European Database of Asylum Law Rights in Exile European asylum and human rights case-law – Highlights from Strasbourg, Nikolaos Sitaropoulos The Migrationist Migration Rights Network. ICMPD International Centre for Migration Policy Development IDMC Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre IDP Internally displaced person IGAD Intergovernmental Authority on Development Major developments in asylum in the European Union in 24 The Common European Asylum System and current issues Policy implementation.
The European Union ultimately responded to the refugee crisis by reaching an agreement that involved sponsoring Turkey to process the asylum claims of all boat migrants who had made their way to the Greek islands. Leading Independent Think Tank on European Policies. CEPS researchers Mikkel Barslund, Andreas Backhaus and Mattia Di Salvo are among the contributors to the MEDAM Assessment Report on Asylum and Migration Policies in Europe, produced by the Mercator Dialogue on Asylum and Migration (MEDAM).
Against this backdrop, European policy has so far focused primarily on curbing irregular migration. This narrow focus prevents urgent migration and integration policy challenges from being addressed as well as the reform of the Common European Asylum System. The outsourcing of asylum is a type of migration policy pursued by the countries of the European Union, it consists of relocating the reception and accommodation of asylum seekers and the processing of their asylum applications, in places near the borders of the EU or in countries outside the EU, from which asylum seekers originate or through.
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Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy of the European Union comprehensively describes the present state of the harmonization process concerning migration policy in the European Union.
Particular emphasis is laid on the legal status of third-country nationals with regard to entry and by: This collection examines the evolving European Union legal-institutional and policy frameworks for governing migration, borders and asylum post/ It is the first study on why and how the ‘intersectionality’ across policy areas and actors affects democratic rule of law and the mobility, livelihood and human rights of refugees and.
In the European Union, enlargement, special arrangements for the expansion of the Schengen Area, and the gradual development of a stronger EU role in immigration have added new complexity to the policy landscape, leading to both new patterns of movement and new policies for governing immigration from outside of the European Union's 27 Member States.
This book examines the rules governing the right to asylum in the European Union. Drawing on the United Nations Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, and the Protocol, Francesco Cherubini asks how asylum obligations under international refugee law have been incorporated into the European Union.
The book draws from international law, EU law and the case law of the European. Mass migration, as it appears in the 21st century, is one of the greatest challenges of our globalized world.
The unanswered questions of European Union (EU) immigration policy that emerged over. Migration and Asylum Law and Policy in the European Union Edited by Imelda Higgins Cambridge Academ Written for the XXI FIDE Congress taking place in Dublin in Junethis. Asylum is granted to people fleeing persecution or serious harm in their own country and therefore in need of international protection.
Asylum is a fundamental right; granting it is an international obligation, first recognised in the Geneva Convention on the protection of the EU, an area of open borders and freedom of movement, countries share the same fundamental values and.
The series is a venue for books on European immigration and asylum law and policies where academics, policy makers, law practitioners and others look to find detailed analysis of this dynamic field. Works in the series will start from a European perspective.
In a letter to Commission Vice-President Margaritis Schinas and Commissioner Ylva Johansson sent by Juan Fernando López Aguilar (S&D, ES), Chair of the Civil Liberties Committee, on behalf of the committee, MEPs call for a balanced approach covering all pillars of the EU policy on asylum and migration, also addressing safe and legal migration.
They insist that the Common European Asylum. Tens of millions of people around the globe have been forcibly displaced by conflict, natural disaster, or persecution, seeking refuge either within or beyond the borders of their country. Humanitarian protection, whether for refugees, asylum seekers, or internally displaced persons (IDPs), represents a key policy area for many major immigrant-receiving countries as well as nations.
INTRODUCTION. In recent years, the European Union (EU) has arguably been experiencing the deepest crisis in its history. The most acute phase of the economic and sovereign debt crisis had just been overcome, when a new crisis, driven by the increased fiow of migrants and asylum seekers from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean coasts, exposed the weaknesses of the European asylum.
Public opinion has been divided on migration and asylum policies ever since. The European Union faced a moment of moral introspection in its search for solutions.
To complicate things even further, the crisis coincided with the rise of populist, hyper-nationalist parties and anti-immigration sentiment. “Failed asylum-seekers are devilishly difficult to deport,” the Economist wrote in Januaryanalyzing Malta’s ambition to use its spell in the presidency of the European Union to curb migration by sea.
As leaders debated how to sort and process people, Sarjo Cham from Guinea-Bissau just wanted to play football with his Maltese and international friends. : New Asylum Countries?:Migration Control and Refugee Protection in an Enlarged European Union (Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe) (): Byrne, Rosemary: Books.
This chapter examines the impact of the collective securitization of terrorism in the European Union (EU) on the EU’s policy towards asylum-seekers and refugees. It explores the possible securitization of asylum-seekers and refugees through their association with terrorists in the aftermath of 9/11 and discusses this issue in the context of.
People move, individually and collectively, for a combination of economic, social, political and cultural reasons. The impact of migration on the individuals concerned, their families, the countries they leave and the societies they join raises issues that are hotly contested by. 24/07/ - Security Union Strategy: initiatives to fight child sexual abuse, drugs and illegal firearms 24/07/ - Passenger Name Record (PNR) Directive delivers good results in the fight against terrorism and serious crime.
The European Commission's Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (previously the Return Fund, the Refugee Fund, and the Integration Fund) is a funding programme managed by the Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs which promotes the efficient management of migration flows and the implementation, strengthening and development of a common approach to asylum and immigration in.
Irregular migration has become a major political concern both at the European level and in the wider international context. In the European Union, politicians have identified irregular migration as a "problem" and have given priority to preventing this phenomenon in the development of the common asylum and immigration policy.5/5(1).
This shows the halfhearted nature of the EU's policy toward asylum-seekers, writes Jens Thurau. Anyone trying to understand the guidelines of the European Union's refugee policy needs to.
Get this from a library! Asylum and migration policies in the European Union. [Steffen Angenendt; Deutsche Gesellschaft für Auswärtige Politik.
Forschungsinstitut.;].It then analyses the most recent Union‐wide policy tools available to address asylum and migration issues, arguing that common European asylum policies thus far have focused on containment of migration flows seen as a threat to the European internal security regime and in response to perceived populist pressures.
: Migration Asylum Law Policy EU: FIDE National Reports (): Higgins, Imelda: Books.