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Implementing Amsterdam: Immigration and Asylum Rights in EC Law


ISBN13: 9781841131160
ISBN: 1841131164
Published: February 2001
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



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This book looks at the likely effects of this substantial transfer of powers to the Community. How will the powers and responsibilities be divided? How should the powers be exercised?

Will there be input from the public into policymaking? What role will Parliaments play? Will migrants suffer? The foremost scholars from many European countries try to answer these and other questions, offering a variety of legal and social viewpoints.

Subjects:
Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
Introduction: Freedom, Security and Justice for All
Pieter Boeles
1. Differential Free Movement and the Sociology of the “Internal Border”
John Crowley
2. The Developing Right of Citizen Access to Information on Asylum and Immigration Decision-Making
Deirdre M. Curtin
3. Primary Immigration: The Great Myths
Elspeth Guild
4. The Dublin Convention and Rights of Asylum Seekers in the European Union
Nicholas Blake
5. Abolishing Border Controls: Individual Rights and Common Control of EU External Borders
Cristina Gortazar
6. The Individual Refugee, the 1951 Convention and the Treaty of Amsterdam
Guy S. Goodwin-Gill
7. Towards a Common Asylum Procedure
Johannes van der Klaauw
8. Temporary Protection and Burden Sharing: Conditionalising Access Suspending Refugee Rights?
Gregor Noll and Jens Vedsted-Hansen
9. Security of Residence and Access to Free Movement for Settled Third Country Nationals under Community Law
Kees Groenendijk
10. Family Reunion, Third Country Nationals and the Community’s New Powers
Gisbert Brinkmann
11. Deference or Defiance? The Court of Justice’s Jurisdiction over Immigration and Asylum
Elspeth Guild and Steve Peers
12. Aliens, Workers, Citizens or Humans? Models for Community Immigration Law
Steve Peers