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Migration and Asylum Law and Policy in the European Union: FIDE 2004 National Reports

Edited by: Imelda Higgins

ISBN13: 9780521605588
ISBN: 052160558X
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £76.00

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Written for the XXI FIDE Congress taking place in Dublin in June 2004, this book explores EU policy on migration and asylum, and the manner in which this policy is being implemented at a national level. With national reports from 15 EU member states (both existing and accession states), it is the most wide ranging and comprehensive international survey of this issue to date.

Each report was prepared by a national expert and they focus on: - the national implementation of existing EU legislation in the field of migration and asylum law; - the compatibility of national migration and asylum law and policies with pending EC legislation on asylum procedure, legal status of third country nationals, and definition of refugees; - national attitudes to European Commission proposals on the future development of European migration and asylum law; and - long term perspectives for EU legislation in the field of migration and asylum law and policy.

Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Welcome to XXI FIDE Congress
General rapporteur's and editor's biographical notes
Editor's note
Text of questionnaire (English, French, and German versions)
National reports: Austria, Croatia, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom
General rapporteur's report
Institutional rapporteur's report.