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Humanitarian Admission to Europe

The Law Between Promises and Constraints

Editor(s): Marie-Claire Foblets, Luc Leboeuf
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Published: 25-06-2020
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 384
ISBN: 9781509939671
Imprint: Nomos/Hart
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £100.00
Online price : £90.00
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About Humanitarian Admission to Europe

Bringing together contributions from legal scholars and practitioners, this book contributes to a broader reflection on the extent to which policy controversies on humanitarian admission to Europe are channeled and managed through law.

The book is divided into four parts. The first part identifies the international and European legal obligations that are binding on both the EU and the Member States, and the constraints they impose – potentially and actually – when dealing with migrants who are outside EU territory. The second part studies the legal framework of humanitarian admission in three Member States (Germany, Italy and Belgium), as well as the related procedures and practices. The third part focuses on the experiences of those seeking humanitarian admission, including how they mobilise the law to obtain legal access to Europe. It presents the results of ethnographic fieldwork conducted among refugees in a refugee camp in Uganda who are seeking resettlement, as well as the testimony of the lawyer who defended a Syrian family applying for a humanitarian visa in Belgium in a landmark case that was litigated before the CJEU (X and X v Belgium). The fourth part discusses the prospects for future developments in the EU legal and policy framework, including attempts at reforming the EU Visa Code and establishing a Union resettlement framework.

Table Of Contents

Introduction: Humanitarian Admission to Europe. From Policy Developments to Legal Controversies and Litigation
Luc Leboeuf and Marie-Claire Foblets

Humanitarian Admission Under International and EU Law. The Right to Asylum and its Paradoxes
Part 1.
Chapter 1:
Humanitarian Admission Under Universal Human Rights Law: Some Observations Regarding the International Covenants
Dirk Hanschel
Chapter 2:
Humanitarian Admission and the Charter of Fundamental Rights
Stephanie Law
Chapter 3:
Is Access to Asylum the Same as Access to Justice?
Sylvie Sarolea

Humanitarian Admission Under Domestic Law. Between Formalised Procedures and Informal Practices
Part 2.
Chapter 4:
Humanitarian Admission to Italy through Humanitarian Visas and Corridors
Katia Bianchini
Chapter 5:
Humanitarian Admission to Germany – Access vs. Rights ?
Pauline Endres de Oliveira
Chapter 6:
Humanitarian Admission to Belgium
Serge Bodart

Claiming Humanitarian Admission. Survival Strategies and Litigation Attempts
Part 3.
Chapter 7:
Unpacking Vulnerability: An Ethnographic Account of the Challenges of Implementing Resettlement Programmes in a Refugee Camp in Uganda
Sophie Nakueira
Chapter 8:
Making the Case X&X for the Humanitarian Visa
Tristan Wibault

Some Future Prospects on Humanitarian Admission to Europe
Part 4.
Chapter 9:
The Objective of Resettlement in an EU Constitutional Perspective
Catharina Ziebritzki
Chapter 10:
EU Initiatives on a European Humanitarian Visa
Eugenia Relano Pastor
Conclusion:
The Role of the Judge in Controlling the Genuine Enjoyment of the Substance of the Rights
Jean-Yves Carlier

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