Gert Vermeulen & Ellen Desmet (Ed.)
Essential Texts on European and International Asylum and Migration Law
978 94 6371 420 4
3rd revised edition
black & white
Wetteksten, no. 6
This volume comprises the relevant legal instruments in the area of international and European asylum and migration.
The range of issues covered is comprehensive: human rights; nationality and statelessness; equal treatment, non-discrimination, racism and xenophobia; citizenship, residence and free movement; borders, border management and entry; visa and passenger data; labour migration; family reunification; asylum, subsidiary and temporary protection; irregular migration; and trafficking in human beings.
The texts have been ordered according to the multilateral co-operation level within which they were drawn up: either the United Nations, the Council of Europe or the European Union (including Schengen-level instruments).
This edition provides practitioners, authorities, policy makers, scholars and students throughout Europe with an accurate and up-to-date compilation of essential texts on asylum and migration matters.
All texts have been updated until 12 December 2022.
Gert Vermeulen is senior full professor of criminal law and European and international justice, home affairs and security, and director at the Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP) at Ghent University, Belgium.
Ellen Desmet is associate professor of asylum and migration law at Ghent University, Belgium, where she founded the Migration Law Research Group (MigrLaw).
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