Policy Brief N.25; December 2012

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TRENDS IN ASYLUM- SEEKING IN LIGHT OF MACEDONIA’S ACCESSION PROCESSES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Western European countries have been at the front line of developing instruments designed to control and restrict flows ever since the 1970s when the problem of unwanted immigration and asylum flows began to emerge. Their policy responses subsequently set a standard or pattern for other, ‘new’ asylum countries or transit countries on Europe’s borders, at the same time influencing towards more restrictive policies in this area. The European Union’s further integration through building the Common European Asylum System (CEAS) influence towards creating common standards on determination and harmonizing the level of human rights among the EU countries….

Policy Brief N.25; December 2012
TRENDS IN ASYLUM- SEEKING IN LIGHT OF MACEDONIA’S ACCESSION PROCESSES IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

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