The Asylum Qualification Directive and its implementation into the national legislations of Austria, Ireland and Germany - Towards more restrictive or more favorable provisions for asylum seekers?

Eversmann, Lea Amanda (2015) The Asylum Qualification Directive and its implementation into the national legislations of Austria, Ireland and Germany - Towards more restrictive or more favorable provisions for asylum seekers?

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Abstract:The establishment of the Common European Asylum System marked a milestone in the European Union’s creation of an area of protection and solidarity for the most vulnerable. European member states are confronted with several regulations and directives adopted within this system, many of which they are obliged to comply with due to the legislative instruments used by the EU. Nevertheless, member states still have room for making some articles more favourable for asylum seekers. One of the directives that plays a key role in the CEAS is the Asylum Qualification Directive. Little is known about the extent to which members are making use of this possibility and what this means for the rights of asylum seekers. The bachelor thesis pursues to fill this gap by investigating how countries have implemented the Asylum Qualification Directive and whether these resulted in more restrictive or more liberal provisions towards asylum seekers.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:86 law
Programme:European Public Administration BSc (56654)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/66986
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