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Iris Goldner Lang’s article available on ‘Human Rights and Legitimacy in the Implementation of EU Asylum and Migration Law’

Abstract

This text discusses the 2015/2016 crisis regarding the mass inflow of refugees into Europe caused by turmoil in Africa and in the Middle East. It suggests that the existing and newly adopted EU migration and asylum measures and policies may not only jeopardise asylum seekers’ rights, but also destabilise the EU regime of fundamental rights and lead to a changed paradigm of EU law.

Keywords: EU, asylum, migration, human rights, legitimacy, refugees

Suggested Citation:

Goldner Lang, Iris, Human Rights and Legitimacy in the Implementation of EU Asylum and Migration Law (January 24, 2018). Human Rights, Democracy, and Legitimacy in a World of Disorder (S. Vöneky and G. L. Neuman eds.), Cambridge University Press, 2018 Forthcoming. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3108379
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