Unaccompanied minors seeking for protection in the European Union: will a fair and adequate asylum system ever see the light?
unaccompanied asylum seeking children
M120 European Union Law
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Other TitlesMigration and development: some reflections on current legal questions
AbstractSUMMARY 1. Introduction. – 2. Coping with an “Enhanced Vulnerability”: the Case of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Minors. – 3. Accommodating Migrants and Promoting the Development of the Host Country: Two Birds with One Stone? – 4. The Protection of Asylum Seeking Minors in Europe: an Overview. – 4.1. The Protection of Unaccompanied Minors Under the European Convention on Human Rights. – 4.2. The European Union: the Quest to Accommodate and Protect Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Minors. – 5. Rethinking the Common European Asylum System to Provide an Effective Response to the Migration Challenge. – 5.1. The Current Deficiencies of the CEAS and the Struggle to Ensure the Protection of Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Minors. – 5.2. Reforming the CEAS to Foster the Best Interest of the Child: a (Possible) Step Forward. – 6. New Proposals, Old Problems: Will an Adequate Asylum System Ever See the Light?
CitationGualco E (2016) 'Unaccompanied minors seeking for protection in the European Union: will a fair and adequate asylum system ever see the light?', in Bruno, G.C., Palombino, F.M., Amoroso, D. (ed(s).). Migration and development: some reflections on current legal questions: National Research Council of Italy pp.175-195.
PublisherNational Research Council of Italy
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