University of Pittsburgh

Reforming the common European asylum system :legislative developments and judicial activism of the European Courts

This volume assesses whether the EU provides an adequate framework for protecting those seeking international protection from the opposing perspectives of effectiveness and fairness. It shows that, despite the newly adopted second-generation legislative acts which include changes aimed at ensuring a stronger level of protection for asylum-seekers, the reform process at European level does not adequately ensure an equal standard of protection across all Member States.

ISBN: 9783642402661
PittCat: KJE5202.V45 2014

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