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Title: Asylum in the EU Member States
Abstract
This document contains a short description of relevant instruments concerning asylum and refugees, on a global and on a European level, mainly the definition of a refugee, procedural safeguards, accelerated procedures, the safe country of origin and safe third country principles, manifestly unfounded applications, the Dublin Convention (Part I). Part II makes a comparison between the practices of Member States and draws some conclusions as to the level of harmonisation. Part III contains a view of asylum procedures country by country for the 15 Member States. [European Parliament]
Author: Ericsson, Stefan
Series Title:European Parliament - Working Papers ; LIBE 108
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament | European Union / European Parliament
Year: 2000
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 168.631
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: policy on asylumasylum procedure
Subject: Human rightsAspects of migration
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Title: Country Profile: Austria
Abstract
Es handelt sich um eine, im Auftrag der Europäischen Kommission unter dem übergreifenden Thema "Sicherung eines ausreichenden Lebensstandards für Flüchtlinge in der Europäischen Union" erstellte, Studie zu Asylrecht, Asylpolitik und Asylpraxis in Österreich. [Redaktion ViFa Recht]
Table of Contents
1. Country Profile: Austria
1.1. Introduction
1.2. Background information on Austria
2.1. Recent developments
1.2.2. Expenditure
1.3. Organisation of Asylum Procedure
3.1. Overall organisation
1.3.2. Other organisations involved
1.4. Legal Basis
1.4.1. Main legislation
1.4.2. Recent legislative changes
1.4.3. Planned changes
1.4.4. Types of Status Granted
1.5. Arrangements Immediately Upon Arrival
1.5.1. Main procedures and arrangements
1.6. Accommodation
1.6.1. Reception Figures
1.6.2. Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
1.6.3. Special Treatment
1.6.4. Standard of Accommodation
1.7. Means of Subsistence
1.7.1. Rules and Practices of Means of Subsistence
1.7.2. Reasons / Principles Behind the System and Recent / Future Changes
1.7.3. Provision of Subsistence
1.8. Access to Education
1.8.1. Rules and Administrative Practices Regarding Access to Education
1.9. Access to the Labour Market
1.9.1. Rules and Practices Regarding Access to the Labour Market
1.10. Access to Health Care
1.10.1.Description of the Rules and Practices Regarding Access to Health Care
1.11. Rules on Detention and Other Restrictions in Free Movement
1.11.1.Rules and Practices
1.12. Differences in Treatment According to the Stage of the Asylum Procedure and the Type of Status Sought
1.13. Political Atmosphere Surrounding Refugees and Immigrants
1.13.1.Major Historical Changes in the Political Atmosphere
1.13.2.Political Attention and Public Opinion Today
1.13.3.Attitude Patterns and Political Groupings in the Debate
1.13.4.Attitude of the Country Concerning International Co-operation on Asylum Matters
1.13.5.Other Kinds of International Co-operation
1.14. Other Information
Series Title: Europäische Kommission > Justiz und Inneres > ... > Aufnahme von Asylbewerbern in der EU -> III) Hintergrundinformationen -> 2. Studien
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyAustria
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: AUSTRIA
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Title: 2. Country Profile: Belgium
Table of Contents
2. Country Profile: Belgium
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Background information on Belgium
2.2.1 Trends in the number of applicants
2.2.2 Number of asylum statuses granted
2.2.3 Main countries of origin
2.2.4 Costs
2.3. Organisation of Asylum Procedure
2.3.1 Co-ordination
2.4. Legal Basis
2.4.1. Main changes
2.5. Arrangements Immediately Upon Arrival
2.6. Accommodation
2.6.1.Special Treatment
2.6.2 Capacitiy of reception and accomodation facilities
2.6.3 Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
Possible changes abd development
2.7. Means of Subsistence
2.7.1. Possible changes
2.8. Access to Education
2.8.1. Possible changes
2.9. Access to the Labour Market
2.9.1. Possible changes
2.10. Access to Health Care
2.10.1.Possible changes
2.11. Rules on Detention and Other Restrictions in Free Movement
2.12. Differences in Treatment According to the Stage of the Asylum Procedure and the Type of Status Sought
2.13. Political Atmosphere Surrounding Refugees and Immigrants
2.13.1.The political debate
2.13.2.International co-operation
2.14. Other Information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedureBelgiumrefugeesocial policy
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Belgium
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Title: 3. Country Profile: Denmark
Table of Contents
3. Country Profile: Denmark
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Background information on Denmark
3.2.1 Trends in the number of applicants
3.2.2 Number of asylum statuses granted
3.2.3 Main countries of origin
3.2.4 Costs
3.3. Organisation of Asylum Procedure
3.3.1 Co-ordination
3.4. Legal Basis
3.4.1. Main changes
3.5. Arrangements Immediately upon arrival
3.6. Accommodation
3.6.1 Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
3.6.2 Standards and facilities in reception and accomodation centres
3.6.3. Special Treatment
3.6.4 Possible changes
3.7. Means of Subsistence
3.7.1. Possible changes
3.8. Access to Education
3.8.1. Possible changes
3.9. Access to the Labour Market
3.9.1. Possible changes
3.10. Access to health care
3.10.1. Possible changes
3.11. Rules on Detention and restrictions in free movement
3.12. Differences in treatment dependend on the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
3.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
3.13.1.The public debate
2.13.2.The political debate
3.13.3 International co-operation
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedureDenmarkrefugeesocial policy
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Denmark
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Title: 4. Country Profile: Finland
Table of Contents
4. Country Profile: Finland
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Background Statistics on Finland
4.2.1. Recent Trends
4.2.2. Expenditure
4.3. Organisation of Asylum Procedure
4.3.1. Overall Organisation
4.3.2. Main Non-governmental Organisations Involved
4.4. Legal Basis
4.4.1. Main Legislation
4.4.2. Recent Legislative Changes 4.4.3. Planned Changes
4.4.4. Types of Statuses Granted
4.5. Arrangements Immediately Upon Arrival
4.5.1. Main Procedures and Arrangements
4.6. Accommodation
4.6.1. Reception Figures
4.6.2. Names and adresses of accommodation and reception centres
Helsinki Reception Centre
4.6.3. Special Treatment
4.6.4. Standard of Accommodation
4.7. Means of Subsistence
4.7.1. Rules and Practices of Means of Subsistence
4.7.2. Reasons / Principles Behind the System and Recent / Future Changes
4.7.3. Provision of Subsistence
4.8. Access to Education
4.8.1. Rules and Administrative Practices Regarding Access to Education
4.9. Access to the Labour Market
4.9.1. Rules and Practices Regarding Access to the Labour Market
4.10. Access to Health Care
4.10.1.Description of the Rules and Practices Regarding Access to Health Care
4.11. Rules on Detention and Other Restrictions on Free Movement
4.11.1.Rules and Practices
4.12. Differences in Treatment According to the Stage of the Asylum Procedure and the Type of Status Sought
4.13. Political Atmosphere Surrounding Refugees and Immigrants
4.13.1.Major Historical Changes in the Political Atmosphere
4.13.2.Political Attention and Public Opinion Today
4.13.3.Attitude Patterns and Political Groupings in the Debate
4.13.4.Attitude of the Country Concerning International Co-operation on Asylum Matters
4.13.5.Other Kinds of International Co-operation
4.14. Other Information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedureFinlandrefugeesocial policy
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Finland
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Title: 5. Country Profile: France
Table of Contents
5. Country Profile: France
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Background information on France
5.2.1. Development in the number of applicants
5.2.2. Number of asylum statuses granted
5.2.3. Main countries of origin
5.2.4. Costs
5.2.5. Benefits and costs
5.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
5.3.1. Co-ordination
5.4. Legal basis
5.4.1. Main changes
5.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
5.6. Accommodation
5.6.1. Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
5.6.2. Special treatment
5.6.3. Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
5.6.4. Possible changes and developments
5.7. Means of subsistence
5.8. Access to education
5.9. Access to the labour market
5.10. Access to health care
5.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
5.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
5.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
5.13.1.The public debate
5.13.2.The political debate
5.13.3.International co-operation
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeeFrancesocial policy
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: France
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Title: 6. Country Profile: Germany
Table of Contents
6. Country Profile: Germany
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Background statistics on Germany
6.2.1. Trends in the number of applicants
6.2.2. Number of asylum statuses granted
6.2.3. Main countries of origin
6.2.4. Costs
6.3. Organisation of asylum procedure
6.3.1. Co-ordination
6.4. Legal basis
6.4.1. Recent changes
6.4.2. The latest major reform
6.4.3. Reasons for latest major reform
6.4.4. Types of status granted in Germany
6.4.5. Possible changes
6.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
6.5.1. Distribution of newly arrived asylum seekers through out Germany
6.5.2. Immediate treatment at reception centre
6.5.3. Accelerated procedure
6.5.4. Other procedures differing from the normal asylum procedure
6.5.5. Duration of asylum procedure
6.5.6. Summary of asylum procedure in Germany
6.6. Accommodation
6.6.1. Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
6.6.2. Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
6.6.3. Special treatment
6.6.4. Possible changes and development
6.7. Means of subsistence
6.7.1. Social benefits during the asylum procedure
6.7.2. Summary of social benefits offered
6.7.3. Possible changes
6.8. Access to education
6.8.1. Access to primary education
6.8.2. Access to secondary education
6.8.3. Educational possibilities for adults
6.8.4. Language tuition
6.8.5. Mother tongue tuition
6.8.6. Summary of access to educational activities
6.8.7. Costs
6.8.8. Possible changes
6.9. Access to the labour market
6.9.1. Unpaid work
6.9.2. Vocational activities
6.9.3. Possible changes
6.10. Access to health care
6.10.1. Standard content of free medication and treatment
6.10.2. Special treatment for vulnerable groups
6.10.3. Responsibility for health care
6.10.4. Summary of access to health care
6.10.5. Costs
6.10.6. Possible changes
6.11. Rules concerning detention and other restrictio
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedureGermanyrefugeesocial policy
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: GERMANY
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Title: 7. Country Profile: Greece
Table of Contents
7. Country Profile: Greece
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Background information on Greece
7.2.1. Trends in number of asylum applicants from 1990-1999
7.2.2. Trends in number of asylum seekers granted refugee or humanitarian status from 1990-1999
7.2.3. Changes in the country of origin of applicants and refugees
7.2.4. Costs
7.3. Organisation of asylum procedure
7.3.1. Overall organisation
7.3.2. Other organisations involved in the reception of asylum seekers
7.4. Legal basis
7.4.1. Main legislation
7.4.2. Recent legislative changes
7.4.3. Planned changes
7.4.4. Types of statuses granted
7.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
7.5.1. Main procedures and arrangements
7.5.2. Individuals arriving in Greece
7.5.3. Mass arrivals
7.5.4. Time frames
7.6. Accommodation
7.7. Means of subsistence
7.8. Access to education
7.9. Access to the labour market
7.10. Access to health care
7.10.1. Who has access in principle
7.10.2. Access to health care in practice
7.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
7.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
7.13. Political atmosphere around refugees and immigrants
7.14. Other information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyGreece
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Greece
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Title: 8. Country Profile: Ireland
Table of Contents
8. Country Profile: Ireland
8.1. Introduction
8.2. Background information on Ireland
8.2.1 Trends in the number of applicants
8.2.2. Number of asylum statuses granted
8.2.3. Main countries of origin
8.2.4. Costs
8.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
8.4. Legal basis
8.4.1. Planned changes in the Law
8.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
8.6. Accommodation
8.6.1. Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
8.6.2. Special treatmen
8.6.3. Standard facilities of reception and accommodation
8.7. Means of subsistence
8.8. Access to education
8.9. Access to the labour market
8.10. Access to health care
8.11. Rules on detention and restrictions in free movement
8.12. Differences in Treatment According to the Stage of the Asylum Procedure and the Type of Status Sought
8.13. Political atmosphere around refugees and immigrants
8.13.1.International co-operation
8.14. Other information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyIreland
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Ireland
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Title: 9. Country Profile: Italy
Table of Contents
9. Country Profile: Italy
9.1. Introduction
9.2. Background information on Italy
9.2.1. Trends in the number of applicants
9.2.2. Number of statuses granted
9.2.3. Main countries of origin
9.2.4. Costs
9.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
9.3.1. Co-ordination
9.4. Legal basis
9.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
9.6. Accommodation
9.6.1. Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
9.6.2. Special treatment
9.6.3. Standard of reception and accommodation facilities
9.6.4. Possible changes and developments
9.7. Means of subsistence
9.7.1. Possible changes
9.8. Access to education
9.8.1. Possible changes
9.9. Access to the labour market
9.9.1. Possible changes
9.10. Access to health care
9.10.1. Possible changes
9.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
9.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
9.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
9.13.1. The public debate
9.13.2. The political debate
9.13.3. International co-operation
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyItaly
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Italy
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Title: 10. Country Profile: Luxembourg
Table of Contents
10. Country Profile: Luxembourg
10.1. Introduction
10.2. Background information on Luxembourg
10.2.1.Development in number of applicants
10.2.2.Number of asylum statuses granted
10.2.3.Main countries of origin
10.2.4.Costs
10.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
10.3.1.Co-ordination
10.4. Legal basis
10.4.1.Main changes
10.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
10.6. Accommodation
10.6.1.Names and addresses of accommodation and reception centres
10.6.2.Special treatment
10.6.3.Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
10.6.4.Possible changes and developments
10.7. Means of subsistence
10.7.1.Possible changes
10.8. Access to education
10.8.1.Possible changes
10.9. Access to the labour market
10.9.1.Possible changes
10.10. Access to health care
10.10.1. Possible changes
10.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
10.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
10.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
10.13.1. The public debate
10.13.2. The political debate
10.13.3. Co-operation
10.14. Other information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Länderinformationen | Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyLuxembourg
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Luxembourg
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Title: 11. Country Profile: The Netherlands
Table of Contents
11. Country Profile: The Netherlands
11.1. Introduction
11.2. Background information on the Netherlands
11.2.1.Development in the number of applicants
11.2.2.Number of asylum statuses granted
11.2.3.Main countries of origin
11.2.4.Costs
11.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
11.3.1.Co-ordination
11.4. Legal basis
11.4.1.Main changes
11.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
11.6. Accommodation
11.6.1.Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
11.6.2.Special treatment
11.6.3.Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
11.6.4.Possible changes and developments
11.7. Means of subsistence
11.7.1.Possible changes
11.8. Access to education
11.8.1.Possible changes
11.9. Access to the labour market
11.9.1.Possible changes
11.10. Access to health care
11.10.1. Possible changes
11.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
11.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
11.13. Political atmosphere around refugees and immigrants
11.13.1. The public debate
11.13.2. political debate
11.13.3. International co-operation
11.14. Other information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Länderinformationen | Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyNetherlands
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Netherlands
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Title: 12. Country Profile: Portugal
Table of Contents
12. Country Profile: Portugal
12.1. Introduction
12.2. Background information on Portugal
12.2.1.Development in the number of applicants
12.2.2.Number of asylum statuses granted
12.2.3.Main countries of origin
12.2.4.Costs
12.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
12.3.1.Responsibilities for the Asylum procedure
12.3.2.Co-ordination of social response
12.4. Legal basis
12.4.1.Main changes
12.4.2.Legal aspects of particular importance for social conditions
12.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
12.5.1.Reception of applicants for asylum
12.5.2.Reception of persons seeking temporary protection
12.5.3.Possible changes
12.5.4.The asylum application procedure 12.6. Accommodation
12.6.1.Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
12.6.2.Special treatment
12.6.3.Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
12.6.4.Possible changes and developments
12.7. Means of subsistence
12.7.1.Possible changes
12.8. Access to education
12.8.1.Possible changes
12.9. Access to the labour market
12.9.1.Possible changes
12.10. Access to health care
12.10.1. Possible changes
12.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions in free movement
12.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
12.13. Political atmosphere around refugees and immigrants
12.13.1. The public debate
12.13.2. International co-operation
12.14. Other Information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyPortugal
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Portugal
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Title: 13. Country Profile: Spain
Table of Contents
13. Country Profile: Spain
13.1. Introduction
13.2. Background information on Spain
13.2.1.Trends in the number of applicants
13.2.2.Number of asylum statuses granted
13.2.3.Main countries of origin
13.2.4.Costs
13.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
13.3.1.Co-ordination
13.3.2.Coordination of Social response
13.3.3.Anticipated changes
13.4. Legal basis
13.4.1.Main changes
13.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
13.5.1.The asylum procedure
13.6. Accommodation
13.6.1.Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
13.6.2.Special treatment
13.6.3.Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
13.6.4.Anticipated changes
13.7. Means of subsistence
13.8. Access to education
13.8.1.Possible changes
13.9. Access to the labour market
13.9.1.Possible changes
13.10. Access to health care
13.10.1. Possible changes
13.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
13.11.1. Possible changes
13.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
13.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
13.13.1. The public and political debate
13.13.2. The political debate
13.13.3. Relationship to EU policies
13.13.4. International co-operation
13.14. Other information
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policySpain
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Spain
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Title: 14. Country Profile: Sweden
Table of Contents
14. Country Profile: Sweden
14.1. Introduction
14.2. Background information on Sweden
14.2.1.Trends in the number of applicants
14.2.2.Number of asylum statuses granted
14.2.3.Main countries of origin
14.2.4.Types of statuses granted
14.2.5.Costs
14.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
14.3.1.Co-ordination
14.4. Legal basis
14.4.1.Main Changes
14.4.2.Anticipated Changes
14.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
14.6. Accommodation
Names and addresses of reception and accommodation centres
Special treatment
Standard and facilities of reception and accommodation centres
14.7. Means of subsistence
14.8. Access to education
14.8.1.Anticipated changes
14.9. Access to the labour market
14.10. Access to health care
14.11. Rules on detention and restrictions on free movement
14.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
14.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
14.13.1. The public debate
14.13.2. The political debate
14.13.3. International cooperation
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policySweden
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Sweden
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Title: 15. Country Profile: United Kingdom
Table of Contents
15. Country Profile: United Kingdom
15.1. Introduction
15.2. Background information on the United Kingdom
15.2.1.Type of statuses:
15.2.2.Trends in the number of applicants
15.2.3.Number of asylum statuses granted
15.2.4.Main countries of origin
15.2.5.Costs
15.3. Organisation of the asylum procedure
15.3.1.Co-operation between the bodies involved
15.4. Legal basis
15.4.1.Main changes
15.5. Arrangements immediately upon arrival
15.6. Accommodation
15.6.1.Special treatment
15.6.2.Standard and facilities of accommodation
15.6.3.Possible changes and developments
15.7. Means of subsistence
15.7.1.Developments
15.8. Access to education
15.9. Access to the labour market
15.10. Access to health care
15.11. Rules on detention and other restrictions on free movement
15.12. Differences in treatment according to the stage of the asylum procedure and the type of status sought
15.13. Political atmosphere surrounding refugees and immigrants
15.13.1. The public debate
15.13.2. The political debate
15.13.3. International co-operation
Author (Corp. Body): PLS Ramboll Management
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2001
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: right of asylumasylum procedurerefugeesocial policyGreat Britain
Subject: European Community treaties and agreementsSocial policy. Social welfareAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: United Kingdom
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Title: Study on the asylum single procedure ("One-Stop Shop") against the background of the common European asylum system and
the goal of a common asylum procedure
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Part 1. Single Asylum Procedure
A. Introduction
B. Comparative Survey
I. The Concept of Asylum and Subsidiary Protection and its Procedural Implications - The Need to Grant Protection beyond the Geneva Convention
1. The Emergence of Protection Schemes beyond the Geneva Convention
2. Protection Against the Background of European Harmonization
3. National Differences in Protection Schemes
4. The Growing Importance of Humanitarian Protection
II. Types of Separate Single or Combined Asylum Procedures
1. Separate Procedures
2. All-inclusive Asylum Single Procedures
3. Partial Asylum Single Procedures
4. Asylum Single Procedures in Non-EU Countries
5. Summary
III. Distribution of the Grounds for Examining Protection Requests - Scope of Application of a Single Procedure ratione materiae
1. All-inclusive Single Asylum Procedure
2. Partial Single Procedure
3. Criteria for the Distribution of Competences
IV. Procedural Safeguards to Ensure a Proper Assessment of Different Protection Grounds in a Single Procedure
V. Possible Connection between a Single Procedure and the Granting of a Uniform Status
VI. Administrative and Judicial Review - Problems and Trends
1. Streamlining Administrative and Judicial Review in Single Asylum Procedures
2. Appeal Rights in Separate Procedures
VII. Institutional Arrangements on Co-ordination and Co-operation
VIII. Procedural Questions and Problems
IX. Skills Required and Special Needs of Vulnerable Persons
X. Historical Developments Leading to the Current Approach
Synoptic Tables
C. Conclusions
I. General Remarks
II. Advantages of a Single Procedure
1. Facilitation Effects for Applicants for Protection
2. Higher Efficiency of the Procedure
3. Deterrence of Abusive Claims
4. Administrative Savings
5. Promotion of a Common European Asylum System
III. Risks and Problems
1. Watering-down Geneva Convention
2. Extensi
Author: Hailbronner, Kay
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2002
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: person seeking asylumasylum procedurerefugeeGeneva Convention
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial theory and welfare economicsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on The Feasibility of setting up schemes in EU Member States or at EU Level, against the background of the Common
European Asylum system and the goal of a Common Asylum Procedure
Title (other): TENDER NO. DG.JAI-A2/2002/001
Table of Contents
List of Abbreviations
Acknowledgements
Preface
Introduction
Layout of the Report
Part 1: Resettlement Today
1. How Resettlement has Developed and the Role of UNHCR
2. The Position of the European Commission: the start of discussion on resettlement in the European Union
Table: US Resettlement Programme Ceilings and Admissions and Asylum Applications, 1992-2001
Table: US Asylum Applications and Resettlement Arrivals: Top Ten countries of Origin, 2001
3. The Elements of a Resettlement Programme
Table: Resettlement quotas and arrivals
4. Country Reports:
u0095 Sweden
u0095 Finland
u0095 Denmark
u0095 The Netherlands
u0095 Ireland
u0095 UK
u0095 Spain
u0095 Norway
u0095 Iceland
u0095 New Zealand
u0095 Australia
u0095 Canada
Summary Table
u0095 US
Table: Ceilings, Admissions and Shortfalls, 1980-2002
u0095 Latin America
u0095 African States
u0095 Other EU States
u0095 Switzerland
u0095 Some 'lessons' drawn from country reviews
5. The Costing of Existing Refugee Resettlement Programmes
6. Fraud
7. The Legal Nature of Resettlement
8. Conclusions to Part 1 and Background to Part 2
Part 2: Resettlement Tomorrow?
1. The Legal and Political Feasibility of Establishing an EU Resettlement Programme
2. The Relation to the Common Asylum System and Goal of a Common Asylum Procedure
Graphic: Common European Asylum System
Graphic: Common European International Protection System
3. Resettlement Programme Models: Subsidiarity
Model One: Maintaining the Current System
Model Two: Decision on the Principle of Resettlement
Model Three: Common Decision to Resettle and How Many
Model Four: Common Approach to Who and How Many
European Clearing System for Resettlement
Model Five: Common Pre-Arrival Programme
Model Six: Totally Common Programme
4. Financing Resettlement
European Refugee Resettlement Fund
Private Sponsorship Prog
Author (Corp. Body): Migration Policy Institute
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: policy on asylumasylum procedureresettlement
Subject: International relations. International lawEuropean Community external relationsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Global ResourcesEurope. General Resources
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Title: Study on the single asylum procedure 'one-stop shop' against the background of the common European asylum system and the
goal of a common asylum procedure
Table of Contents
Executive summary
Zusammenfassung
Résumé
Sintesi
Part 1. Single asylum procedure
A. Introduction
B. Comparative survey
I. The concept of asylum and subsidiary protection and its procedural implications - the need to grant protection beyond the Geneva Convention
1. The emergence of protection schemes beyond the Geneva Convention
2. Protection against the background of European harmonisation
3. National differences in protection schemes
4. The growing importance of humanitarian protection
II. Types of separate single or combined asylum procedures
1. Separate procedures
2. All-inclusive single asylum procedures
3. Partial single asylum procedures
4. Single asylum procedures in non-EU countries
5. Summary
III. Distribution of the grounds for examining protection requests - scope of application of a single procedure ratione materiae
1. All-inclusive single asylum procedure
2. Partial single procedure
3. Criteria for the distribution of competences
IV. Procedural safeguards to ensure a proper assessment of different protection grounds in a single procedure
V. Possible connection between a single procedure and the granting of a uniform status
VI. Administrative and judicial review - problems and trends
1. Streamlining administrative and judicial review in single asylum procedures
2. Appeal rights in separate procedures
VII. Institutional arrangements on coordination and cooperation
VIII. Procedural questions and problems
IX. Skills required and special needs of vulnerable persons
X. Historical developments leading to the current approach
Synoptic tables
C. Conclusions
I. General remarks
II. Advantages of a single procedure
1. Facilitation effects for applicants for protection
2. Higher efficiency of the procedure
3. Deterrence of abusive claims
4. Administrative savings
5. Promotion of a common European asylum system
III. Risks and problems
1.Wa
Author: Hailbronner, Kay
Contributer: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Publisher: Amt für Amtliche Veröffentlichungen
Year: 2003
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-894-5256-0 | KA-49-02-119-4A-C
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: person seeking asylumasylum procedurerefugeeGeneva Convention
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial theory and welfare economicsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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Title: Study on The transfer of protection status in the EU, against the background of the common European asylum system and
the goal of a uniform status, valid throughout the Union, for those granted asylum
Title (other): Final Report ; Tender no. DG.JAI/A2/2003/001
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements and Attributions
Executive Summary
Introduction
1. The Fundamental Questions: proactive and reactive
2. Transfer of Responsibility
3. Background: Why is or might transfer of responsibility or protection status be an issue in the EU? (Relation to Dublin, Long-term resident third country national directive and other relevant instruments)
3.1 The Dublin Context
3.2 The Long-term Resident Context
4. Explanation of study, reasons for undertaking it, methodology
5. Layout of the Report
Part 1 - Existing international and regional legal framework
1. 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees
1.1 The apparent centrality of the Travel Document
1.2 Extraterritorial Effect of the Determination of Refugee Status
1.3 Transfer of residence rights: the actual centrality of lawful residence
1.4 The overlap and distinctions between status determination; stay or residence; Travel Documents and protection obligations
1.5 Standards of protection obligations and criteria of entitlements to treatment under the 1951 Convention
1.5.1 Standards of protection obligations
1.5.2 Criteria of entitlements to treatment
1.6 Scope of protection responsibilities implied in the transfer of responsibility for issuing Travel Documents: The centrality of lawful residence
2. The 1980 European Agreement on Transfer of Responsibility for Refugees
2.1 Background
2.2 'Two years of actual and continuous stay'
2.3 Scope of responsibility transferred on application of the European Agreement
3. Bilateral Agreements
4. Convention Status and Subsidiary Protection
Part 2 - Current Practice
1. Description of existing systems for transfer of protection in place in Member States and Switzerland
1.1. Countries using the European Agreement on Transfer of Responsibility for Refugees
1.2. States not using the European Agreement on transfer of responsibility for refugees
2. Qualitative and quantitative assessment of t
Author: Lassen, Nina M.
Contributer: Dansk Flygtningehjaelp | Migration Policy Institute | Instituut voor Migratie en Etnische Studies
Publisher: Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Justiz und Inneres
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: person seeking asylumasylum procedurerefugeeprotection
Subject: European Community law in generalSocial theory and welfare economicsMigration
Countries Scheme: Europe. General Resources
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