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Reforming the Common European Asylum System: The New European Refugee Law

Edited by Vincent Chetail, Philippe De Bruycker and Francesco Maiani.

Table of contents

Part I Introduction

  • Chapter 1 The Common European Asylum System: Bric-à-brac or System? Vincent Chetail;
  • Chapter 2 The Complex Relationship of Asylum and Border Controls in the European Union Elspeth Guild;
  • Chapter 3 Negotiating the Second Generation of the Common European Asylum System Instruments: A Chronicle Patricia Van De Peer;

Part II The Dublin Regulation

  • Chapter 4 The Dublin III Regulation: A New Legal Framework for a More Humane System? Francesco Maiani;
  • Chapter 5 Family Unity and Family Reunification in the Dublin System:
    Still Utopia or Already Reality? Ulrike Brandl;
  • Chapter 6 The Dublin System, Solidarity and Individual Rights Madeline Garlick;

Part III The Qualification Directive

  • Chapter 7 Piecemeal Engineering: The Recast of the Rules on Qualification for International Protection Hemme Battjes;
  • Chapter 8 Refugee Status and Subsidiary Protection:
    Towards a Uniform Content of International Protection? Céline Bauloz & Géraldine Ruiz;

Part IV The Reception Conditions Directive

  • Chapter 9 The European Union Reception Conditions: A Dignified Standard of Living for Asylum Seekers? Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi;
  • Chapter 10 Reception Conditions as Human Rights:
    Pan-European Standard or Systemic Deficiencies? Jens Vedsted-Hansen;
  • Chapter 11 Vulnerable Persons as a New Sub-Group of Asylum Seekers? Lyra Jakuleviciene;

Part V The Asylum Procedures Directive

  • Chapter 12 The Recast Asylum Procedures Directive 2013/32/EU:
    Caught between the Stereotypes of the Abusive Asylum-Seeker and the Vulnerable Refugee Cathryn Costello & Emily Hancox;
  • Chapter 13 Legal Aid for Applicants for International ProtectionBarbara Mikołajczyk;

Part VI Conclusion

  • Chapter 14 Building the Common European Asylum System beyond Legislative Harmonisation: Practical Cooperation, Solidarity and External Dimension Philippe De Bruycker & Evangelia (Lilian) Tsourdi;

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsi­ble for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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