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Immigration and Asylum Law of the EU: Current Debates

THE BOOK                                                                                           actualite-final

The book covers the three dimensions of immigration and asylum law in Europe today : community, national and comparative.
The first part of the book covers the European rules developing in the field, including the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice and without neglecting the contribution of the European Court of Human Rights.
The second part is devoted to the question of the transposition of the directives by the Member States which will become a major concern in the next years. The reader will find about the first directives for which the deadline for implementation has expired (temporary protection for refugees, sanctions again carriers and mutual recognition of expulsion decisions) a national report for the fifteen old Member States, accompanied by a synthesis report.
The third part deals with the national dimension which remains important; it offers a view about the current most interesting developments in nine Member States, plus a comparative synthesis on the problematic question of compulsory integration of third country nationals.

Jean-Yves CARLIER,
Professor, Department of International Law,
Director of Centre for Human Rights,
Université catholique de Louvain

Philippe DE BRUYCKER,
Professor, Institute for European Studies
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Founder of the Academic Odysseus Network

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Presentation of the Network and Report of Activities 2004

PART I – EUROPEAN LAW
Evolutions jurisprudentielles, par
Jean-Yves CARLIER et,
Sylvie SAROLEA, Assistante à l’Université catholique de Louvain

The Common European Asylum System : the first stage, by
Hemme BATTJES, Phd, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Which standard for family reunification of third-country nationals in the EU?, by
Dora SCHAFFRIN,

The Long-Term Residents Directive, by
John HANDOLL, Partner, William Fry Solicitor, Dublin

The UK Opt-Out from EU Immigration and Asylum Law in Practice, by
Steve PEERS, Professor of Law, University of Essex

PART II – TRANSPOSITION OF COMMUNITY LAW

Council Directive 2001/40/EC, of 28 May 2001,
on the mutual recognition of decisions on the expulsion of third country nationals

  • SYNTHESIS REPORT, on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Kees GROENENDIJK, Professor of Sociology of Law, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • AUSTRIA, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Rudolf FEIK, Professor, University of Salzburg
  • DENMARK, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Jens VESTED-HANSEN, Professor, University of Aarhus
  • FINLAND, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Katja LUOPAJÄRVI, Researcher, Institute for Human Rights, Abo Akademi University
  • ITALY, Report on the Partial transposition of the Directive, by
    Bruno NASCIMBENE, Professor of EU Law, University of Milano
  • FRANCE, Rapport sur la transposition de la directive, par
    François JULIEN-LAFERRIERE, Professeur, Université de Paris-Sud
  • PORTUGAL, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Constança URBANO DE SOUSA, Professor, Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa
  • SWEDEN, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Orjan EDSTRÖM, Professor, Department of Law, Umea University
  • BELGIQUE, Rapport sur la non-transposition de la directive, par
    Nathalie JOUANT, Chercheuse à L’Institut d’Etudes Européennes de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles
  • GERMANY, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Kay HAILBRONNER, Professor of Law, University of Konstanz
  • GREECE, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Nicholas SITAROPOULOS, Dr
  • IRELAND, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    John HANDOLL, Partner, William Fry Solicitor, Dublin
  • LUXEMBOURG, Rapport sur la non-transposition de la directive , par
    François MOYSE, Avocat à la Cour
  • THE NETHERLANDS, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Kees GROENENDIJK, Professor of Sociology of Law, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen and,
    Karin ZWAAN, Academic coordinator of the Centre for Migration Law, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
  • SPAIN, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Emiliano GARCIA COSO Professor of EU Community Law, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid
  • UNITED KINGDOM, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Ryszard CHOLEWINSKI, Professor, University of Leicester

Council Directive 2001/55/EC, of 20 July 2001,
on minimum standards for giving temporary protection in the event of a mass influx of displaced persons and on measures promoting a balance of efforts between Member States in receiving such persons and bearing the consequences thereof

  • SYNTHESIS REPORT, on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Cristina J. GORTAZAR ROTAECHE , Vice-Rector, Professor of International Law, Jean Monnet Chair, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid
  • BELGIQUE, Rapport sur la transposition partielle de la directive, par
    Jean-Yves CARLIER, Professeur au Département de Droit International, Directeur du Centre des Droits de l’Homme, Université catholique de Louvain
  • SPAIN, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Cristina J. GORTAZAR ROTAECHE , Vice-Rector, Professor of International Law, Jean Monnet Chair, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid
  • FINLAND, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Katja LUOPAJÄRVI, Researcher, Institute for Human Rights, Abo Akademi University
  • FRANCE, Rapport sur la transposition de la directive, par
    François JULIEN-LAFERRIERE, Professeur, Université de Paris-Sud
  • ITALY, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Bruno NASCIMBENE, Professor of EU Law, University of Milano
  • PORTUGAL, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Constança URBANO DE SOUSA, Professor, Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa
  • SWEDEN, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Orjan EDSTRÖM, Professor, Department of Law, Umea University
  • AUSTRIA, Report on the Partial-transposition of the Directive, by
    Ulrike BRANDL, Professor, University of Salzburg
  • GERMANY, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Kay HAILBRONNER, Professor of Law, University of Konstanz
  • GREECE, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Nicholas SITAROPOULOS, Dr
  • IRELAND, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    John HANDOLL, Partner, William Fry Solicitor, Dublin
  • LUXEMBOURG, Rapport sur la transposition partielle de la directive , par
    François MOYSE, Avocat à la Cour
  • THE NETHERLANDS, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Thomas SPIJKERBOER, Professor of Migration Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • UNITED KINGDOM, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Helen TONER, Oxford University
  • DENMARK, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Jens VESTED-HANSEN, Professor, University of Aarhus

Council Directive 2001/51/EC, of 28 June 2001,
supplementing the provisions of Article 26 of the Convention implementing the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985

  • Rapport de SYNTHESE sur la transposition de la Directive,par
    Philippe DE BRUYCKER, Professeur à l’Institut d’Etudes Européennes de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles et Fondateur de Réseau Académique Odysseus
  • AUSTRIA, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Rudolf FEIK,Professor, University of Salzburg
  • BELGIQUE, Rapport sur la non transposition de la directive, par
    Philippe DE BRUYCKER,Professeur à l’Institut d’Etudes Européennes de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles et Fondateur de Réseau Académique Odysseus
  • DENMARK, Report on the implementation of the Directive, by
    Jens VESTED-HANSEN, Professor, University of Aarhus
  • FINLAND, Report on the non-transposition of the Directive, by
    Katja LUOPAJÄRVI, Researcher, Institute for Human Rights, Abo Akademi University
  • FRANCE, Rapport sur la transposition de la directive, par
    Yves PASCOUAU, ATER en droit public, Membre du CDRE de la Faculté de Bayonne, Université de Pau et des Pays de l’Adour
  • GREECE, Report on the Partial transposition of the Directive, by
    Nicholas SITAROPOULOS, Dr
  • IRELAND, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    John HANDOLL, Partner, William Fry Solicitor, Dublin
  • ITALY, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Bruno NASCIMBENE, Professor of EU Law, University of Milano
  • PORTUGAL, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Constança URBANO DE SOUSA, Professor, Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa
  • SPAIN, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Emiliano GARCIA COSOProfessor of EU Community Law, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid
  • UNITED KINGDOM, Report on the implementation of the Directive, by
    Bernard RYAN, University of Kent
  • GERMANY, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Kay HAILBRONNER, Professor of Law, University of Konstanz
  • LUXEMBOURG, Rapport sur la non- transposition de la directive , par
    François MOYSE, Avocat à la Cour
  • THE NETHERLANDS, Report on the non transposition of the Directive, by
    Kees GROENENDIJK,Professor of Sociology of Law, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen and,
    Karin ZWAAN, Academic coordinator of the Centre for Migration Law, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
  • SWEDEN, Report on the transposition of the Directive, by
    Orjan EDSTRÖM, Professor, Department of Law, Umea University

Supplementary Informations on the Implementation of directives in NORWAY, by
Vigdis VEVSTAD, Consultant

PART III – NATIONAL LAW

Le droit belge des étrangers en 2003, par
Jean-Yves CARLIER et,
Sylvie SAROLEA, Assistante à l’Université catholique de Louvain

The Danish Rules on Family Reunification, by
Henrik THOMASSEN, Consultant

La Loi n° 2003-1119 du 26 novembre 2003 relative à la maîtrise de l’immigration, au séjour des étrangers en France et à la nationalité, par
François JULIEN-LAFERRIERE, Professeur, Université de Paris-Sud

Actualité législative du droit de l’asile en France: la “loi Villepin” n° 2003-1176 du 10 décembre 2003 modifiant la loi du 25 juillet 1952 relative au droit d’asile, par
François JULIEN-LAFERRIERE, Professeur, Université de Paris-Sud

Post Fortuyn Migration Law in The Netherlands in 2003, by
Thomas SPIJKERBOER, Professor of Migration Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Report on the development of Migration Law in Spain in 2003, by
Dr. Francina ESTEVE GARCIA, Professor of Community Law, University of Girona and
Dr. Mariona ILLAMOLA DAUSA, Professor of Community Law, University of Girona

Compulsory Integration Courses in EU Member States, by
Rudolf FEIK, Professor, University of Salzburg

Restricted Procedural Guarantees in the Austrian Asylum Procedure, by
Ulrike BRANDL, Professor, University of Salzburg

Polish and European Asylum Law, by
Kazimierz BEM,

The Developments in British Asylum Law in 2003, by
Nicholas OAKESHOTT, Barrister at Law and currently Tribunal Leader at the Refugee Legal Centre, London.

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