The Asylum Acquis Handbook:The Foundation for a Common European Asylum Policy / Edition 1by Peter Van Krieken
Pub. Date: 11/30/2003
Publisher: T.M.C. Asser Press
The Asylum Acquis Handbook describes and provides the foundation for a common European Asylum Policy and serves as an important reference book with in-depth information on asylum-related topics. It includes an overview of the Acquis; the texts of the various relevant instruments; value-free commentaries; informative contributions, especially written for this… See more details below
The Asylum Acquis Handbook describes and provides the foundation for a common European Asylum Policy and serves as an important reference book with in-depth information on asylum-related topics. It includes an overview of the Acquis; the texts of the various relevant instruments; value-free commentaries; informative contributions, especially written for this Handbook by leading experts, as well as additional information and sources. This Handbook is a unique and comprehensive tool and will be of use to policy makers, the executive, media, students and all others concerned with the issue of asylum.
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Table of Contents
Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Contributions; 1.1 The EU Asylum Acquis: history and context Johannes van der Klaauw; 1.2 Harmonisation of asylum and immigration policies: the long and winding road from Amsterdam via Vienna to Tampere Cornelis D. de Jong; 1.3 Decision-making in justice and home affairs Helen Staples; 1.4 Amsterdam and the institutions Georg Wirtz; 1.5 The Danish exception Denmark's JHA Reservation and Amsterdam Fabrice Liebaut; 1.6 The enlargement process and JHA co-operation Oliver Seiffarth; 1.7 Actors and sources Peter J. van Krieken; 2. Lists; 2.1 Original list; 2.2 Chronological list; 2.3 Topical list; 2.4 TAIEX list; 2.5 What is the acquis (Brussels = commentary); 3. Texts (26 relevant instruments); 4. Commentaries Brussels = commentaries on the most important instruments; 4.1 Commission working document dd 3 March 1999; 4.2 Joint position, 4 March 1996 [JP]; 4.3 Minimum guarantees for asylum procedures [MG]; 4.4 Host third countries [HTC]; 4.5 ('Safe') countries ('of origin') [CoO]; 4.6 Manifestly unfounded applications [MUA]; 4.7 Unaccompanied minors [UM]; 4.8 Readmission agreements; 4.9 Dublin and Eurodac; 5. Additional texts; 5.1 Title IV of the consolidated version of the Treaty establishing the European Community; 5.2 Protocol on asylum for national of member States of the European Union; 5.3 Convention relating to extradition between the member States of the European Union; 5.4 Vienna action plan; 5.5 Tampere milestones; 5.6.a Draft Eurodac Convention; 5.6.b Draft Eurodac Protocol; 5.6.c Draft Eurodac Regulation; 5.7 List ExCom conclusions; 5.8 UNHCR handbook, Introduction and conclusion; 6. Cross references.
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