The EU pact on migration and asylum in light of the United Nations global compact on refugees

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Publication Date 2021
ISBN 978-92-9084-999-5
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This book examines the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum from different multidisciplinary perspectives and world regions experiences. The various Chapter contributions explore the Pact's scope and impacts in light of the commitments enshrined in the United Nations Global Compact on Refugees and their compatibility with international and regional refugee law standards and EU Treaty principles. The book studies the mobility and containment components of asylum and migration management instruments and their implementing actors - in Europe and other selected world regions, as well as their inclusionary and exclusionary effects on individuals' human rights and refugee protection.

Table of Contents:

  1. Whose Pact? The Cognitive Dimensions of the EU Pact on Migration and Asylum | Sergio Carrera
  2. The Pact and Refugee Resettlement: Lessons from Australia and Canada | Adèle Garnier
  3. The New Pact on Migration and Asylum and the Global Compact on Refugees and Solutions | Geoff Gilbert
  4. The impact of the New Pact on Europe's External Borders: the case of Greece | Eleni Karageorgiou
  5. 'I wish the was a treaty we could sign' | Thomas Spijkerboer
  6. Community sponsorship, the Pact and the Compact: towards protection principles | Nikolas Feith Tan
  7. Internal solidarity, external migration management: the EU Pact and Migration Policy towards Jordan | Lewis Turner
  8. The Spanish borders on the cusp of the New European Pact on Migration and Asylum | Iker Barbero & Ana López-Sala
  9. Migration management: the antithesis of refugee protection - the case of South Africa | Fatima Khan & Nandi Rayner
  10. A short-sighted and one side deal: why the EU-Turkey Statement should never server as a blueprint | Meltem Ineli-Ciger & Orçum Ulusoy
  11.  The Global Compact on Refugees and the EU's New Pact on Migration and Asylum: the ripples of respnsibility-sharing | Evan Easton-Calabria
  12. South American de jure and de facto refugee protection: lessons from the south | Leiza Brumat & Luisa Feline Freier
  13. Building resilience in strained refugee-hosting states? The EU in the face of Lebanon's cumulative crises | Tamirace Fakhoury
  14. South America and The Cartagena Regime: A Comprehensive Approach to Forced Migration Responses | Gilberto M. A. Rodrigues
  15. Admissibility, Border Procedures and Safe Country Notions | Jens Vedsted-Hansen
  16. Setting The Right Priorities: Is the New Pact on Migration and Asylum Addressing The Issue of Pushbacks at EU External Borders? | Marco Stefan & Roberto Cortinovis
  17. The EU Pact on Migration and Asylum and the Dangerous Multiplication of ‘Anomalous Zones’ For Migration Management | Giuseppe Campesi
  18. The New EU Pact on Migration and Asylum and the Rohingya Refugee Situation | M Sanjeeb Hossain
  19. The New Pact’s Focus on Migrant Returns Threatens Africa-EU Partnership | Tsion Tadesse Abebe & Aimée-Noël Mbiyozo
  20. Trends In Brazil’s Practices of Refugee Protection: Promising Inspirations For the EU? | Liliana Lyra Jubilut & João Carlos Jarochinski Silva
  21. Redistributing EU ‘Burdens’: The Tunisian Perspective on The New Pact on Migration and Asylum | Betty Rouland
  22. Fresh Start Or False Start? The New Pact on Migration and Asylum | Petra Bendel
  23. EU External Migration Management Policies in West Africa: How Migration Policies and Practices in Nigeria Are Changing | Amanda Bisong
  24. Containment Development and Africa’s Time-Space Trap | Loren B Landau & Iriann Freemantle
  25. The New Pact on Migration and Asylum and African-European Migration Diplomacy | Andrew Geddes & Mehari Taddele Maru
  26. When Principles Are Compromised: EU Return Sponsorship in Light of the UN Global Compacts | Lina Vosyliūtė
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