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Burden sharing in the field of asylum legal motivations and implications of a regional approach
SeМЃgoleМЂne Barbou des Places
|Statement||Ségolène Barbou des Places.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.2002/66|
|Contributions||Robert Schuman Centre., European University Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Get this from a library. Burden sharing in the field of asylum: legal motivations and implications of a regional approach. [Ségolène Barbou des Places; Robert Schuman Centre.]. In this sense, it was a form of indirect burden-sharing, whereby better financing of regional refugee camps would provide a greater incentive for refugees to stay in their regions of origin.
Somewhat perversely, the classic s concept of burden-sharing was being revived to relieve richer asylum countries of responsibility. regional or international burden-sharing regimes is indeed desirable. Attempts to explain or justify steps towards such a system do not have to rely solely on notions of solidarity but can be justified by more traditional interest-based motivations.
However, it suggests that the EU’s main burden-sharing initiatives which rely largely. (iii) Burden-sharing in mixed migration movements: The mixed movement of refugees and economic migrants calls for a new approach to burden-sharing. The irregular movement of large groups of people, some of who are refugees or asylum seekers in need of protection, while others are reacting to economic factors creates a new challenge for governments.
Vol. 3, No. 1 Roots: Burden Sharing and Dublin Rules 10 entered is responsibly to handle the asylum claim, is creating inequality amongst Member States because it has always put more pressure and responsibility on the Border States than on anyone else At first the system was created to prevent asylum shopping and to shield.
“should be based on solidarity and fair sharing of responsibility including its financial implications and closer practical co-operation between Member States.” 5 The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) echoes this concern because “ burden-sharing is a key to the protectio n of refugees and the resolution of the refugee problem.” 6 Inthe.
The book seeks an understanding of the existing legal regime for the protection of asylum seekers and how regional institutions such as human rights commissions and regional courts enforce and adjudicate the law.
The volume will be valuable to those interested in international law, migration and human by: 3. A Theoretical A pproach to Burden-Sharing in the Asylum Field. Journal of Refugee Studies, 16 (3) (); ; Thielemann, E. Between Interests and Norms.
Drawing on a game‐theoretical background, this article seeks to develop an analytical framework for explaining the problems an international lawmaker is faced with when crafting norms on the sharing of protective burdens in the asylum field, and to apply this framework to selected problems of burden‐sharing in EU asylum and migration policies.
DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR INTERNAL POLICIES POLICY DEPARTMENT C: CITIZENS' RIGHTS AND CONSTITUTIONAL AFFAIRS Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs What system of burden-sharing between Member States for the reception of asylum seekers.
STUDY Abstract In view of possible European mechanisms for sharing responsibilities in receivingCited by:.