Libro THE HUMAN RIGHTS OF MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES IN EUROPEAN LAW en formato PDF y epub, trata sobre Derecho y tiene 400 paginas en español, escrito de la mano de CATHRYN COSTELLO , 2016 mediante la editorial OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Focusing on access to the territory and the authorisation of presence and residence of third country nationals, this book examines EU legislation on immigration and asylum, addressing issues related to security of residence.
Focusing on the key measures concerning both the rights of third country nationals to enter and remain in the EU and the construction of illegal immigration in the EU, it provides a detailed and critical discussion on EU and ECHR legislation on migration and refugees.
Admission rights include three categories of persons: migrant workers, migrant family members and asylum-seekers and refugees.
Legal entry raises new issues, and recent key measures such as the EU Blue Card Directive, the Family Reunification Directive, the Dublin Regulation and other related instruments are examined.
As most of these EU measures concern border crossings where human rights standards have already placed some restrictions on state discretion, the interaction between EU standards and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) is a key concern.
The theme of the Union is the interaction between established human rights standards, in particular the ECHR, and EU law.
Does the EU fulfil its post-national promise to create forms of membership beyond the state, or in its treatment of non-Europeans, does it undermine existing human rights and legal protections?