EU Asylum Law (AD/2019/07)

Start Date: Monday, September 30, 2019
End Date: Tuesday, October 01, 2019
Category: Administrative Law, Human Rights
Venue: Thessaloniki, Greece
Language(s): English
Training level: Introductory
Type EJTN-funded activities

  

APPLICATION PROCEDURES ARE HANDLED BY EJTN'S MEMBER ORGANISATIONS 

TRAINING CONTENT AND TARGET AUDIENCE

 

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

Description: 

Day-and-a-half training on the legal framework and key jurisprudential developments in the field of EU asylum law and policy.

This training will combine practical workshops with framework lectures focused on central issues arising from the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights, the assessment of country of origin information (COI), and the standards for the assessment of the credibility of asylum claims. In small breakout groups, participants will analyse practical case-studies inspired by real facts and exchange views on national approaches to the treatment of asylum claims and the application of the relevant EU and international law.

The sessions will be led by practitioners and academics in the field of EU human rights and asylum law and will serve as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and best practices between practitioners from the different EU Member States.

Target audience: 

Administrative law judges and prosecutors

 

Application Process: 

 All applications must be submitted through the candidates' national EJTN member institution

Participation:

Upon invitation by EJTN, participants register via EJTN On-Line Platform to which they receive access. After the event, reimbursment is processed via EJTN on-line platform. 

Number of places:

39 judges and prosecutors 

Deadline for applications:

28 June 2019 

 

PROGRAMME AND DOCUMENTATION

 

CONTACT(S)

Training Materials and Suggested Readings:

1. Europe Managing the Refugees Crisis;

2. The CEAS: overview of legislation and milestones;

3. ECHR 2010 Asylum and EU Convention on Human Rights;

4. ECHR Facts  Sheet Dublin Cases;

5. ESC 2013 Protecting Migrants under the EU Convention on Human Rights and the EU Social Charter;

6. FRA 2018 Migration to the EU: Five Persistent Challanges;

7. FRA ECHR 2015 Handbook on European Law Relating to Asylum, Border and Immigration;

8. 2016 IARLJ Guidance and Chart;

9. EASo - Country of Origin Report

10. CPIN - Afghanistan: women fearing gender based violence;

11.  Afghanistan: Rise in femail Runaways.

Workshop:

1. Case Study

Presentations:

1. Europe: Managing the refugee crisis_ C. KOUTSOPOULOU

2. The Journay to Europe as an Anthropologic Phenomenon_ F. SONA

3. Country of Origin Information _ W. BARTSCH

4. The CEAS; overview of legislation and milestones in case law_C. KOUTSOPOULOU

5. The ECHR and Fundamental Rights in Asylum Cases_M. KUIJER 

 

EJTN Secretariat:

Giulia Carpentieri
giulia.carpentieri@ejtn.eu