In 2010, the Odysseus Network produced a comprehensive report on the Common European Asylum System after the request by the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Six years on, the report remains relevant to the understanding of the future and the challenges of the CEAS.
You can read the report here.
Title: “Setting up a Common European Asylum System: Report on the application of existing instruments and proposals for the new system”.
Ms Marion Jaillard & Mr Philippe de Bruycker for Part 1
Mr Francesco Maiani in collaboration with Ms Vigdis Vevstad for Chapter 1 of Part 2
Ms Lyra Jakuleviciene & Mr Laurynas Bieksa for Chapter 2 of Part 2
Ms Laurence de Bauche for Chapter 3 of Part 2
Mr Jacques Jaumotte & Ms Sylvie Sarolea in collaboration with Mr Kay Hailbronner for Chapter 4 of Part 2
Ms Violeta Moreno Lax under the supervision of Mr Jean-Yves Carlier for Chapter 5 of Part 2
Mr Henri Labayle for Sections 1 and 3 of Part 3
Mr Philippe de Bruycker for Section 2 and 4 of Part 3
Mr Francesco Maiani for Section 5 of Part 3
Ms Violeta Moreno Lax under the supervision of Mr Jean-Yves Carlier for Section 5 of Part 3