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Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary

Influence of International and EU Law on Domestic Actions

Gebonden Engels 2019 9789462369603
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This volume is the outcome of the Project Human Rights of Asylum Seekers in Italy and Hungary – Influence of International and EU Law on Domestic Actions, jointly carried out by the Institute for International Legal Studies (ISGI) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR) and the Institute for Legal Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS). It covers fifteen contributions on selected topics on migration, authored by legal researchers and professionals. It provides a unique analysis on how mass migration flows challenges basic principles and existing regulations and how legislation is continuously evolving. Recent changes in the political orientation of the Italian government might imply a rapprochement of the sector policies of Italy and Hungary, and their stronger impact on the EU orientation.

A core value of the book is that it does not only provide an overview of national approaches, but it also provides insights into various policy approaches, taking into account the relevant cultural aspects. The book will help to understand the current Italian and Hungarian legal regime and its policy foundations. Furthermore, it also contributes to better law making both on the national and the European level. The comparative analysis of the national legislation of each country, and of their relation to European and international law, has highlighted fundamental trends and issues concerning the handling of migration at global level.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9789462369603
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:gebonden
Aantal pagina's:250
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:11-7-2019
Hoofdrubriek:Juridisch
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Inhoudsopgave

Foreword VII
ORNELLA FERRAJOLO
Foreword IX
GÁRDOS-OROSZ FRUZSINA
Introduction XI
GIANFRANCO TAMBURELLI

Solidarity as a Guiding Principle of the EU Asylum Policy 1
ANDREA CRESCENZI

EU Asylum Law: Disintegration and Reverse Spillovers 21
TAMÁS DEZSŐ ZIEGLER

The Role of the Charter of Fundamental Rights in Protecting the Right of Asylum Seekers and Refugees 43
ROSITA FORASTIERO

The Position of the VISEGRAD Group Countries on the Dublin Regulation 61
GIULIA PERRI

Preventing the Exercise of the Right of Asylum. The Human Cost of Italy’s Push-back Policy 67
ANTONIO MARCHESI

Hitting the Wall? Contextualizing Hungary’s Response to the Arrival of Asylum-Seekers between 2015 and 2018 77
ZSOLT KÖRTVÉLYESI

Money for Nothing, Push-back ‘for Free’: the (Missed) Implementation of the CEAS and the Lowered Standards of the Asylum Seekers’ Reception in Italy 97
EUGENIO ZANIBONI

From the Minimum of Human Rights to the Maximum of National Defence. Transformation of the Asylum Law in Hungary 129
JUDITH TÓTH

The Innovations Introduced in the Italian Legislation by the “Minniti-Orlando” Decree-Law Containing Urgent Provisions to Accelerate the Proceedings Concerning International Protection 147
ANTON GIULIO LANA

The Refugee Crisis in 2015 and Its Aftermath: A Comparison of the Hungarian and Italian Responses 159
BALÁZS MAJTÉNYI

The Council of State of Italy on Hungary’s Asylum System 175
GLORIA ADONI

Protecting Social Rights of Asylum Seekers in Europe: Shortcomings and Potential of the European Social Charter 183
GIUSEPPE PALMISANO

Quo Vadis Integration Policy? 199
ATTILA SZABÓ

Refugee Integration Policies: A Comparison of the Hungarian and Italian Case 213
FRANCESCA ZAPPACOSTA

New Challenges for Prosecution of Migrants Trafficking: from Mare Nostrum to EUNAVFOR MED. The Experience of an Italian Prosecution Office 227
GIOVANNI SALVI

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