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The Developing Immigration and Asylum Policies of the European Union: Adopted Conventions, Resolutions, Recommendations, Decisions and Conclusions

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Just as free movement and equal treatment were of crucial importance for the development of the European Community so common policies on immigration and asylum are indispensable for the deepening of the European Union. This book summarises, against the backdrop of the developing overall goals of the European Community and the European Union, the outcome of European policy-making in these fields. Furthermore, the book contains the important texts concluded by the Member States in the field of immigration and ...
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Overview

Just as free movement and equal treatment were of crucial importance for the development of the European Community so common policies on immigration and asylum are indispensable for the deepening of the European Union. This book summarises, against the backdrop of the developing overall goals of the European Community and the European Union, the outcome of European policy-making in these fields. Furthermore, the book contains the important texts concluded by the Member States in the field of immigration and asylum, both intergovernmentally and within the Third Pillar of the Maastricht Treaty. The commentary analyses the contents of each document by reference to the existing international human rights obligatious of the Member States.
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'[T]here can be no doubt that this is a most useful publication for specialists in the field.'
Werner Menski, Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, 15:2.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789041102546
  • Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 6/1/1996
  • Pages: 548

Table of Contents

Category Index.
Presidency Index.
Part I. Introduction: The European Union's Migration and Asylum Policies.
Part II.
1. Dublin Convention Determining the State Responsible for Examining Applications for Asylum Lodged in One of the Member States of the European Communities and Measures for Its Implementation (15.6.90, signature).
2. Resolution on Manifestly Unfounded Applications for Asylum (30.11.92).
3. Resolution on a Harmonised Approach to Questions Concerning Host Third Countries (30.11.92).
4. Conclusions on Countries in Which There is Generally no Serious Risk of Persecution (30.11.92)
5. Decision Establishing the Clearing House (CIREA) (30.11.92).
6. Decision Setting Up a Centre for Information, Discussion and Exchange on the Crossing of Borders and Immigration (CIREFI) (30.11.92).
7. Recommendation Regarding Practices Followed by Member States on Expulsion (30.11.92).
8. Recommendation Regarding Transit for the Purposes of Expulsion (30.11.92).
9. Resolution on the Harmonization of National Policies on Family Reunification (1.6.93).
10. Recommendation Concerning Checks on and Expulsion of Third Country-Nationals Residing or Working Without Authorization (1.6.93).
11. Resolution on Certain Common Guidelines as Regards the Admission of Particularly Vulnerable Persons from the Former Yugoslavia (1.6.93).
12. Resolution on Limitations on Admission of Third-Country Nationals to the Member States for Employment (20.6.94)
13. Decision on a Joint Action Adopted by the Council on the Basis of Article K.3(2)(b) of the Treaty on European Union Concerning Travel Facilities for School Pupils from Third Countries Resident in a Member State (Official Journal No. L 327/1 (94/795/JHA) (30.11.94)
14. Resolution on the Admission of Third-Country Nationals to the Territory of the Member States of the European Union for Study Purposes.
15. Resolution Relating to the Limitations on the Admission of Third-Country Nationals to the Territory of the Member States for the Purpose of Pursuing Activities as Self-Employed Persons (30.11.94)
16. Conclusions on the Organization and Development of CIREFI (30.11.94).
17. Recommendation Concerning the Adoption of a Standard Travel Document for the Removal/Expulsion of Third Country Foreign Nationals (30.11.94)
18. Recommendation Concerning a Specimen Bilateral Readmission Agreement Between a Member State of the European Union and a Third Country (30.11.94)
19. Resolution on Minimum Guarantees for Asylum Procedures (20.6.95) Annex.
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