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Dublin II Regulation: Lives on Hold

Little to celebrate on Dublin’s 10th anniversary

18-02-2013
Today the Dublin Regulation, that identifies which European State is responsible for deciding on an asylum application, turns 10. On this occasion, Forum Réfugiés-Cosi, ECRE, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and their national partners are publishing a comparative study on how this Regulation is applied by States entitled The Dublin II Regulation: Lives on Holdthat shows that the Dublin system continues to fail both refugees and Member States.

 


The Dublin II Regulation: Lives on Hold comparative report was produced by the Dublin transnational network project co-ordinated by Forum Réfugiés -Cosi in collaboration with ECRE, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and national partners. For further information see www.dublin-project.eu.