Enhancing the Common European Asylum System and Alternatives to Dublin.
Elspeth Guild, Cathryn Costello, Madeline Garlick , Violeta Moreno-Lax.: Enhancing the Common European Asylum System and Alternatives to Dublin, CEPS, 2015.
- Upon request by the LIBE committee, this study examines the reasons why the Dublin system of allocation of responsibility for asylum seekers does not work effectively from the viewpoint of Member States or asylum-seekers. It argues that as long as it is based on the use of coercion against asylum seekers, it cannot serve as an effective tool to address existing imbalances in the allocation of responsibilities among Member States. The EU is faced with two substantial challenges: first, how to prevent unsafe journeys and risks to the lives of people seeking international protection in the EU; and secondly, how to organise the distribution of related responsibilities and costs among the Member States. This study addresses these issues with recommendations aimed at resolving current practical, legal and policy (Texto completo).
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