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  • Dublin Transnational ProjectTraining Module available online

    Date: 
    Friday, October 4, 2013

    The Training Module designed by the Dublin Transnational Project is available online since last week. The module is aimed at national and European asylum law practitioners and organisations confronted in their work to the Dublin Regulation, and also to individuals interested in the Dublin Regulation for research or academic purposes.  The training module comprises a manual explaining the Dublin Regulation and its application in practice.

  • CJEU: Opinion of Advocate General Mengozzi in the case C-86/12 Alopka and Others v Ministre du Travail, de l'Emploi et de l'Immigration

    Date: 
    Friday, October 4, 2013

    The applicant in the main proceedings is a Togolese national whose asylum application was rejected in Luxembourg. She was granted tolerated status after the birth of her twin children. They were granted French citizenship shortly afterwards as their father was a French citizen. Ms. Alopka and her children remained in Luxembourg living in a shelter for families without resources. Later on, she applied for residence. Her application was rejected and she was ordered to leave the country. In the course of appeals proceedings, she also presented an employment offer she got.

  • ECtHR: Factsheet on expulsions and extraditions updated

    Date: 
    Friday, October 4, 2013

    The Court's factsheet on expulsions and extraditions has been updated in April 2013. It summarises cases of the Court where expulsions and extraditions of foreigners raised issues under Article 3 of the Convention owing to risk of ill-treatment by the state or by third parties, possible damages to the health of the applicant, or membership to political resistance or stigmatised minorities. Dublin transfers are also covered, as well as detention and detention conditions awaiting deportation and possible violations of the right to private life.

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