Council of Europe Conference on immigration detention supplied with Compilation of Existing Standards

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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Council of Europe Migration and Coordination Division hosted a conference on 21-22 November 2013 entitled ‘Immigration detention in Europe: Establishing common concerns and developing minimum standards’. The conference, which will ultimately lead to a report, was supplied with a useful compilation of Existing Standards on European Immigration Detention, which brings together legislation, jurisprudence, guidelines and other important authorities on detention of foreign nationals.

Access the Compilation and a Briefing Paper for the conference on the website of the Council of Europe.


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