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Asylum procedure

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Michal Sitek

on 10 January 2013

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Aid which raises problems? European Union Asylum Procedure in Third Countries Nationals context First harmonization 1999-2005
Reception conditions
Refugee status
Common procedures Establishing the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) Set of minimal requirements according to the EU law:
individuality of decision
specialized personnel
decision made in writting; in case of refusal motivation needed How should it work under the EU law? So how does it really looks? Liberty and security? Human rights? Future Second harmonization 2006-2009
Green paper - public consultation on asylum problem
Amendments to the previous directives Third harmonization 2009-2014
Stockholm Programme Commitments
"Europe responsibility" "In June 2008 I arrived in Malta; but then spent 1.5 years in prison," Hassan Nour Ali recollects. "I was treated like a criminal. I was in horrible pain but there was no medical treatment, no pills." He says that if he complained about the poor conditions, he would just be punished by the police officers. "In one case they took away my clothes and tied me naked to a pole and I had to stand an entire day out in the cold." Dignity? Thank you for attention! Michał Sitek In Greece, thousands of asylum seekers are homeless, living on the streets, waiting at the end of an interminable line for their asylum claim to be heard. Their chances of success are small. At first instance, only 0.3% of asylum seekers received refugee status or some form of protection in 2009. That’s just 48 people. By contrast in Germany, UK, France and Sweden, 31% of asylum applications were successful.

Sybella Wilkes Flashpoint - refugees Asylum Security and identity of the EU Fundamental Rights equality equity solidarity prohibition of degrading treatment Christian heritage Burden on the society Assimilation problem Non-refoulement principle The Commission Report from 2010:
"The present report shows that the objective of creating a level playing field with respect to fair and efficient asylum procedures has not been fully achieved. The Commission will continue to examine and pursue all cases (...), so as to facilitate the correct and consistent application of the Directive, and to ensure full respect for the principle of non-refoulement and other rights enshrined in the EU Charter. Procedural divergences caused by the often vague and ambiguous standards could only be addressed by legislative amendment." The UNITED AGAINST RACIST 'List of Deaths'

Since 1993 UNITED has monitored the deadly results of the building of a 'Fortress Europe'. More than 13000 deaths of refugees and migrants have been documented up to now. These deaths can be put down to border militarisation, asylum laws, detention policies, deportations and carrier sanctions. They are linked to the carrying out of decisions taken on highest political level: the Schengen Treaty, the Dublin Convention and EU border control programs.
May 2009 EURODAC data "Dublin" criteria:
family unity
issuance of resident permit or visa
illegality of entry or stay
previous legal entry to a member state
international transit area or airport
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