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Evaluation of the Common European Asylum System under Pressure and Recommendations for Further Development

Deliverables

Working paper on responsibility sharing

This working paper examines the meaning of solidarity in the context of asylum, usually debated under the term ‘responsibility sharing’. It aims to examine EU Member States’ understanding of solidarity in the context of asylum. In particular, it will investigate the EU’s initial position on solidarity among the Member States of the EU, and whether this approach has shifted over the years and in the course of the last waves of enlargement of the EU in 2004, 2007 and 2013.

WP2 Chapter for the final report

Based on the research within WP2, this deliverable summarizes the main research questions, methodologies and results.

CEASEVAL Newsletter 1

Project newsletter, informing of main research steps, outcomes, and events.

AIDA comparative reports

The report will follow the AIDA framework and provide comparative analysis of the country studies.

Cross-national comparative report

Based on the data generated from tasks 5.1 to 5.3, the deliverable will identify different patterns of politicisation among EU countries and tanalyse the main drivers as well as possible consequences. In terms of drivers, we will consider under what conditions politicisation has developed in different countries. In terms of consequences, the key question is to what extent different patterns of politicisation explain different Member State positions on responsibility sharing, especially in relation to relocation schemes. The focus on both drivers and consequences will allow us to understand how the insight and contextual understanding of discourses can be translated into the development of proactive strategies (e.g. in the field of communication, civil society, education, etc.).

WP7 Chapter for the final report

The deliverable reports on main research questions, methodology, research implementation and results of WP7 as part of the CEASEVAL final report.

Report on the importance of the local level as a venue and political base for the CEAS

The deliverable report the results of a comparative analysis of research results, establishing which, and how, ideal models arising out of the literature study (WP1) and the empirical analysis (WP2-6) of CEASEVAL resonate with the stakeholders. A specific focus is given to the local level as a venue and political base for the CEAS.

Presentation of final results at the final conference in Chemnitz

The deliverable presents detailed models for a sustainable CEAS that would optimally satisfy the goals of refugee protection within the EU, with due consideration for Member States’ needs for equitable outcomes.

Report containing the detailed models for a sustainable CEAS

The deliverable will draft detailed models for a sustainable CEAS based on the research andstakeholder discussions convened within this WP. Detailed sustainable models will be arranged according to the primary goals each model seeks to accomplish, integrating scenarios differing in the extent and levels of harmonisation of the CEAS, and based on the results of the state-of-the-art review (WP1) and empirical analysis (WP2-6) realised in CEASEVAL.

Comparative and synthesis report

Comparative and synthesis report on the interactions between borders and the mobility of migrants (‘irregular migrants’, asylum seekers and refugees), informed by the empirical case studies. Based on the case study findings, the deliberable will critically reflect and discuss how bordering processes are implemented when confronted with the mobility of migrants at different stages, such as interception before entry into the Schengen area (e.g. at sea), ‘illegal’ entry at external borders, ‘irregular’ transit, and secondary movement across internal borders after making asylum claims or being granted status.

Annotated bibliography of academic/policy analysis on asylum in the EU

The annotated bibliography will result from a bibliographic review of academic research into the common EU asylum system, with a particular focus on the politicisation of immigration and refugees in Europe and discussions on ‘burden sharing’ mechanisms. This will focus on all publications in academic journals since 2000 and incorporating working papers and public reports published since 2010. These will be collected into a shared annotated bibliography.

WP6 Chapter for the final report

The deliverable reports on main research questions, methodology, research implementation and results of WP6 as part of the CEASEVAL final report.

WP1 Chapter for the final report

The deliverable will consist of a chapter for the final report, summarizing the research questions, methodology and main outcomes in the context of the whole project.

WP4 Chapter for the final report

The deliverable reports on main research questions, methodology, research implementation and results of WP4 as part of the CEASEVAL final report.

Report on ideal-typical CEAS models

Starting from the needs of refugees as the core issue, the deliverable drafts several scenarios by which the CEAS could produce optimal protection results, while also achieving solidarity and equity between Member States. ‘Equity’ in this equation can be defined in alternative ways, e.g. as an outcome of equal numbers, costs, benefits, or realised by means of ‘side payments’. This exercise will be informed by the outcomes of the state-of-the-art literature review of WP1, as well as empirical analysis of WP2-6. ECRE and Universiteit van Amsterdam will perform this task jointly.

WP4 Policy brief

WP4 Policy brief will summarize the findings of WP4 with relevance for key stakeholders in the field of bordering and mobility of migrants.

CEASEVAL Newsletter 2

Project newsletter, informing of main research steps, outcomes, and events.

Update of 10 AIDA country reports (AT, BG, DE, FR, EL, ES, HU, IT, NL, TR)

Update of 10 AIDA country reports (AT, BG, DE, FR, EL, ES, HU, IT, NL, TR)

Six case studies reports of good practice examples of shared responsibilities in the CEAS framework between one or more EU Member States

The deliverable presents six case studies reports of good practice examples of shared responsibilities in the CEAS framework between one or more EU Member States, as a result of the research carried out within Task 6.1-6.3.

State-of-the-art report on public attitudes, political discourses and media coverage of the arrival of refugees, as well as EU and Member States’ responses

Based on the annotated bibliography and the literature review, a state-of-the-art report is created, reflecting public attitudes, political discourses and media coverage of the arrival of refugees, as well as EU and Member States’ responses.

International final conference held in Chemnitz

International final academic conference held in Chemnitz, aiming at disseminating academic output and policy recommendations.

Report on the effectiveness of harmonisation of the CEAS, based on the different harmonisation tools

Following the AIDA methodology, the effectiveness of the legal harmonisation will be assessed and analysed with a focus on the national implementation of CEAS legislation, the interpretation of EU law by the Court of Justice of the EU, relevant jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), at the national level, including in selected non-EU countries. The evaluation of the implementation of the instruments of the CEAS will be approached through four core themes: 1) asylum procedures, including the operation of the Dublin System; 2) reception conditions for asylum seekers; 3) detention of asylum seekers, and; 4) content of international protection.

National reports on the governance of the asylum reception system in Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain, Bulgaria, Luxembourg and Finland

Mapping the formal governance structure of the national reception systems. Through the analysis of official documents, mapping the formal governance structure of the national reception system, i.e. the articulation of the reception systems, competences and tasks of the actors at different levels (national, regional, local) and formal decisionmaking procedures and venues. Case studies: Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain, Bulgaria, Luxembourg and Finland

Working paper reviewing quantitative and qualitative analysis of publications

The working paper will review the quantitative and qualitative analysis of publications carried out in WP 1 and report about main outcomes and implications.

WP5 Chapter for the final report

The deliverable reports on main research questions, methodology, research implementation and results of WP5 as part of the CEASEVAL final report.

Working paper on solidarity

The working paper examines the meaning of solidarity in the treaties, its evolution as a legal concept in EU law and its interpretation in different fields of EU policymaking, both in an academic context as well as in practice.

National reports (Finland, Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey)

The deliverable will report on the differentiated patterns of politicisation on the arrival of refugees and on EU, Member States’ and non-Member States’ policy responses in 7 EU countries and 1 non-EU country (Finland, Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Spain, Italy, Greece and Turkey) from April 2015 onwards.

Baseline CEAS study on access to protection and distribution of asylum seekers, the determination of asylum claims and the reception of asylum applicants

Baseline study summarising the academic work, studies, evaluations and the developments of: 1) The access to protection and distribution of asylum seekers across EU Member States, i.e. work on resettlement and complementary pathways providing access to protection in the EU, on Dublin, on the Council Decisions on relocation (Council Decision (EU) 2015/1523 of 14 September 2015 and Council Decision (EU) 2015/1601 of 22 September 2015), on hotspots, on temporary protection, etc., 2) The determination of the status of asylum applicants (Procedures and Qualification Directive/proposal for a Regulation), and 3) The reception of asylum seekers (Reception Directive and its new proposal).

WP8 Chapter for the final report

The deliverable reports on main strategies, activities and outcomes of WP8 as part of the CEASEVAL final report.

CEASEVAL Newsletter 4

Project newsletter, informing of main research steps, outcomes, and events.

WP5 Policy brief

The deliverable reports on main findings with specific relevance for stakeholders in the field of policy making and make recommendations how to reduce politicization of the refugee discourse and how to facilitate a more fact-based and EU solidarity-based response.

Four case studies reports of good practice examples of shared responsibilities of EU Member States with third countries

The deliverable will present four case studies of good practice examples of shared responsibilities of EU Member States with third countries, derived from the research carried out in tasks 6.1-6.3.

CEASEVAL Newsletter 3

Project newsletter, informing of main research steps, outcomes, and events.

WP3 Chapter for the final report

WP3 Report on main research questions, methodology, research implementation and results as part of the CEASEVAL final report.

Thematic paper on “Options for a common asylum system (harmonisation – regionalisation – externalisation)”

Based on task 2.3, a thematic paper is prepared shedding light on key features of the CEAS and generating results for further work on scenarios under WP 7. The paper analyses three options of a “common European asylum system”, representing the most dominant current streams of a potential future: a) ‘harmonised’, b) ‘regionalised’, and c) ‘externalised’. It discusses the options along considerations on the institutional set up of the CEAS and examines the gradual and increased proposed shift of asylum policy making from the national to the EU-level, and its perception by policy-makers and stakeholders, thus looking into: a) Nationalised European Asylum System, b) a shared (EU+ Member States’) Asylum System, and c) a centralised EU asylum system (e.g. EASO++).

Comparative report on the multilevel governance of the national asylum reception systems

Mapping and analysing the stakes, goals, resources and strategies of the actors involved at different levels (national, regional, local), the role they played in the decisionmaking process beyond their formal tasks and their mutual relations, and the contextual factors which affect the reception systems. In the case of Italy and Greece, hotspots will also be considered. As for the local level, in each country, 2 different localities with a high level of heterogeneity (in terms of population size, ruling parties, size of the third sector, similar share of asylum seekers or refugees, etc.) have to be considered. Each partner involved will undertake 20-25 qualitative in-depth interviews with key informants, in particular policymakers, high-ranking public officials, leaders of non-profit organisations, representatives of immigrant/refugee associations if relevant. Case studies: Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain, Bulgaria, Luxembourg and Finland

Report on secondary movements

Elaboration of secondary movement across internal borders after making asylum claims or being granted status, based on the research results of the country case studies within WP4.

Policy brief with policy recommendations on the harmonisation of reception

The evidences on factors driving convergence and divergence between national reception systems as well as elements explaining internal heterogeneity within Member States will be discussed in a stakeholder group meeting with policymakers and NGOs to be held in Turin and will feed into policy recommendation within the WP policy brief.

Reports for Turkey, Greece, Spain, Hungary, Germany, France, Luxembourg

Country reports for Turkey, Greece, Spain, Hungary, Germany, France and Luxembourg, focussing on the question of how bordering processes are implemented when confronted with the mobility of migrants at different stages, such as interception before entry into the Schengen area (e.g. at sea), ‘illegal’ entry at external borders, ‘irregular’ transit, and secondary movement across internal borders after making asylum claims or being granted status.

New policy database focusing on variables relevant to asylum applications in both sending and receiving countries

The deliverable consists of a new policy database, drawing on existing policy databases and new analysis, with the aim of quantitatively testing the influences on changes in asylum applications across the EU since 2000.

Mapping of current asylum situation in EU Member States

This deliverable will map the current situation of asylum law across the EU. This will provide a simple quantitative measure of the current state of transposition of key directives into national law. This will build on the Asylum Information Database (AIDA), established by ECRE, slightly expanded to ensure that all CEASEVAL case studies will be covered. ECRE will review this document once it has been produced by UOS.

Infographic of main results

Infographic of main results from WP5.

Policy round table

Policy round table

Web-based interactive infographic mapping shared responsibilities in asylum procedures within the EU and at the global level

The deliverable will visualize the research results of Task 6.1 as an interactive web-based infographic, mapping shared responsibilities in asylum procedures within the EU and at the global level.

Infographic of harmonisation tools

mapping and strategy for impact assessment of harmonisation tools

Online interactive map of the encounters between borders and the mobility of migrants

The online interactive map visualizes the encounters between borders and the mobility of migrants.

Briefing on quantitative literature review

The briefing will be based on the annotaded bibliography and the quantitative analysis of all articles (estimate of 200) in the bibliographic database which identifies frequently occurring words and phrases.

Briefing on qualitative analysis of methods and concepts

The deliverable consists of a methodological and conceptual briefing on qualitative literature analysis as carried out in WP1.

"Online ""talking heads"" film edited from interviews at the opening conference"

Online ‘talking heads’ film edited from interviews at the opening conference, with plans for all WPs.

Online ‘talking heads’ film edited from interviews at interim conference

Online ‘talking heads’ film edited from interviews at interim conference, with updates on research.

Video interviews with stakeholders

Stakeholders will be interviewed during a stakeholder group meeting with policymakers and NGOs to be held in Turin, relvealing evidences on factors driving convergence and divergence between national reception systems as well as elements explaining internal heterogeneity and contributing to policy recommendations.

Online ‘talking heads’ film edited from interviews at final conference

Online ‘talking heads’ film edited from interviews at final conference, with final project results.

Webinar on current situation of asylum law across the EU and discussion of key variables for elaboration of database

As a result of the literature review and the quantitative and qualitative analysis of articles, the webinar will adress the current situation of asylum law across the EU and will discuss key variables for the elaboration of the database.

Dedicated website, linking to all research partners, that will form the main public-facing element of the research

Project website, ensuring that all outputs are listed collectively, with notifications of events, links to blogs or social media outputs, postings for full working papers and links to other outputs, including academic publications and innovative deliverables.

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Publications

Perceptions and roles of EU borders during and after the asylum and refugee crisis of 2015 – a review of contemporary bordering practices and border studies theories

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: 2nd World Conference of the Association for Borderlands Studies 10-14 July 2018 Vienna/Budapest), Issue 10/07/18, 2018

Rescaling the CEAS: the local as a venue and political base for a common European asylum policy

Author(s): Djoeke Ardon & Jeroen Doomernik
Published in: IMISCOE annual conference, Barcelona, 2-4 July, Issue 02/07/2018, 2018

Public opinion on refugees and the European governance

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 02/07/18, 2018

Public opinion on refugees and the European governance

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: IGU Regional Conference, 06.-10.08.2018, Québec City, Issue 10/08/2018, 2018

Insight from the Austro-Bavarian Border region

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 03/07/18, 2018

The multi-level governance of unsolicited migrants – the EU and the US compared

Author(s): Jeroen Doomernik & Djoeke Ardon
Published in: International Studies Association, San Francisco, 4 - 7 April, Issue 05/04/2018, 2018

“Patterns of politicisation on refugees in Europe”

Author(s): Blanca Garcés, Francesco Pasetti
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 02/07/18, 2018

Building a positive governance of asylum seekers reception. The case of rural areas in the Piedmont Region, Italy

Author(s): Caponio, T., Ponzo, I., Donatiello, D.
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 03/07/2018, 2018

Sharing responsibilities in the Common European Asylum System

Author(s): Paul Baumgartner, Martin Wagner
Published in: 2nd World Conference of the Association for Borderlands Studies 10-14 July 2018 Vienna/Budapest), Issue 10/07/18, 2018

Migration and migration policy in contemporary Hungary

Author(s): Endre Sik
Published in: Issue 26/04/2018, 2018

The multilevel governance of asylum seekers’ reception. A conceptual framework

Author(s): Caponio, T., Ponzo, I.
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 02/07/18, 2018

Luxembourgish implementation of the Common European Asylum System: Insights from a small-scale country.

Author(s): C. Paraschivescu, L. Oesch, B. Nienaber
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 02/07/18, 2018

Solidarity – fundamental principle or negotiable element of the Common European Asylum System?

Author(s): Martin Wagner, Albert Kraler,Paul Baumgartner
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 02/07/18, 2018

The triple populist innovativeness (Тройната популистка иновативност)

Author(s): Anna Krasteva
Published in: Political Studies (Политически изследвания), Issue 1-2, 2017

Borders and the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers in the European Union: The Case of Turkey

Author(s): Damla Bayraktar Aksel
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 03/07/18, 2018

The moral panic button – a hungaricum?

Author(s): Endre Sik
Published in: IMISCOE Annual Conference, Barcelona, July 02-04 2018, Issue 03/07/18, 2018

Europe under question! Anti-elitism – the populist answer

Author(s): Ildiko Otova, Evelina Staykova
Published in: Political Studies (Политически изследвания), Issue 1-2, 2017

National Report on Turkey: Patterns of Politicization on Refugees and Policy Responses

Author(s): Aksel, Damla B.; İçduygu, Ahmet
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in Turkey

Author(s): Aksel, Damla B. İçduygu, Ahmet
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 32, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Politicisation of immigration in Spain: an exceptional case?

Author(s): Amat i Puigsech, Dídac; Garcés-Mascareñas, Blanca
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 14, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The future of the CEAS – an analysis of rules on allocation

Author(s): Battjes, Hemme
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 7, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

National report on the governance of the asylum reception system in Germany

Author(s): Beinhorn, Jana; Gasch, Simone; Glorius, Birgit; Kintz, Melanie; Schneider, Hanne
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 23, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Patterns of politicisation on refugees and policy responses: The case of Germany

Author(s): Beinhorn, Jana; Glorius, Birgit
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 12, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in Hungary

Author(s): Bernát, Anikó; Fekete, Zsófi; Sik, Endre; Tóth, Judit
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 29, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in Germany

Author(s): Beinhorn, Jana; Gasch, Simone; Glorius, Birgit
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 27, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The case of Hungary: de Wilde goes wild

Author(s): Bognár, Éva; Sik, Endre; Surányi, Ráchel
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 08, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

State-of-the-art report on public attitudes, political discourses and media coverage on the arrival of refugees

Author(s): Consterdine, Erica
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 02, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

National report on the governance of the asylum reception system in Greece

Author(s): Dimitriadi, Angeliki; Sarantaki, Antonia-Maria
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 20, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in Greece

Author(s): Dimitriadi, Angeliki; Sarantaki, Antonia-Maria
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 28, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The refugee ‘crisis’ in Greece: politicisation and polarisation amidst multiple crises

Author(s): Dimitriadi, Angeliki; Sarantaki, Antonia-Maria
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 11, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Comparative report on the multilevel governance of the national asylum seekers’ reception systems

Author(s): Caponio, Tiziana; Ponzo, Irene; Giannetto, Leila
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 24, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Mapping of CEAS Transposition in EU Member States using AIDA

Author(s): Consterdine, Erica
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 37, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Public opinion on immigration and refugees and patterns of politicisation

Author(s): Glorius, Birgit
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 06, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The Multilevel Governance of Refugee Reception policies in Spain

Author(s): Garcés Mascareñas, Blanca; Moreno Amador, Gracia María
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 18, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Report containing the detailed models for a sustainable CEAS

Author(s): Gomes, Vincenzo; Doomernik, Jeroen
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 40, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

National report on the governance of the asylum reception system in Italy

Author(s): Giannetto, Leila; Ponzo, Irene; Roman, Emanuela
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 21, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Politicization and media analysis on refugees relocation: The case of Italy

Author(s): Ponzo, Irene; Pogliano Andrea
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the mobility of migrants in the EU and Turkey

Author(s): Paraschivescu, Claudia; Nienaber, Birte; Oesch, Lucas
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 33, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in France

Author(s): Paraschivescu, Claudia; Nienaber, Birte; Oesch, Lucas
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 26, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

National report on the governance of the asylum reception system in Luxembourg

Author(s): Vianelli, Lorenzo; Oesch, Lucas; Nienaber, Birte
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 22, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The Finnish National Report on the Politicization of the “Refugee Crisis” in Public Debate

Author(s): Pyrhönen, Niko; Wahlbeck, Östen
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 09, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Secondary Movements

Author(s): Wagner, Martin; Perumadan, Jimy; Baumgartner, Paul
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 34, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Report on a variety of ideal-typical Common European Asylum Systems

Author(s): Gomes, Vincenzo; Doomernik, Jeroen
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 38, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System

Author(s): Schweitzer, Reinhard; Consterdine, Erica; Collyer, Michael
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 03, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

National report on the governance of the asylum reception system in Bulgaria

Author(s): Otova, Ildik; Staykova, Evelina
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 17, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in Spain

Author(s): Sánchez-Montijano, Elena; Eitel, Kristin
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 31, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The Common European Asylum System: Promising practices of responsibility sharing

Author(s): Perumadan, Jimy; Wagner, Martin
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 36, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

National Report on the Governance of the Asylum Reception System in Finland

Author(s): Wahlbeck, Östen
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 19, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Harmonising asylum systems in Europe – a means or an end per se?

Author(s): Wagner, Martin; Baumgartner, Paul; Mouzourakis, Minos
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 25, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Report on the importance of the local level as a venue and political base for the CEAS

Author(s): Gomes, Vincenzo; Doomernik, Jeroen; Ardon, Djoeke
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 39, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Baseline study on access to protection, reception and distribution of asylum seekers and the determination of asylum claims in the EU

Author(s): van Oort, Hans; Battjes, Hemme; Brouwer, Evelien
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 01, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Solidarity – an integral and basic concept of the Common European Asylum System

Author(s): Wagner, Martin; Kraler, Albert; Baumgartner, Paul
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 05, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Policy Brief: Multilevel governance of reception

Author(s): Irene Ponzo and Tiziana Caponio Fieri,
Published in: 2019

The Bulgarian case: from polarisation to hegemonisation

Author(s): Hyperpoliticisation of asylum and responsibility
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 15, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Borders and the Mobility of Migrants in Luxembourg

Author(s): Paraschivescu, Claudia; Nienaber, Birte; Oesch, Lucas
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 30, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

Who is responsible, for what and to whom? Patterns of politicisation on refugees and the European solidarity crisis

Author(s): Pasetti, Francesco; Garcés-Mascareñas, Blanca
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 16, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

The first results of the content analysis of the media in the course of migration crisis in Hungary

Author(s): Sik, Endre; Bori Simonovits
Published in: CEASEVAL RESEARCH ON THE COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM SYSTEM, Issue 35, 2019, ISSN 2627-339X

POLICY BRIEF: The politicisation of responsibility: a thorn in the construction of a genuine CEAS

Author(s): Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas, Francesco Pasetti
Published in: 2019

Far Right Meets «Concerned Citizens»: The Geographical Localization of Societal Conflict

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2018

Far Right Meets «Concerned Citizens»: Politicization of Migration in Germany & the Case of Chemnitz

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2018

Far Right Meets «Concerned Citizens»: Politicization of Migration in Germany & the Case of Chemnitz (2)

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2018

The «Chemnitz Incident» & the Specifics of a Post-Socialist Reception Environment

Author(s): Birgit Glorius, Melanie Kintz
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2018

Politicization of the «Refugee Crisis» in Spain

Author(s): Francesco Passetti
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2019

Policy Brief: Borders and the mobility of applicants for and beneficiaries of international protection

Author(s): Claudia Paraschivescu, Birte Nienaber, Lucas Oesch
Published in: 2019

Multiscalarity, diversity & fluidity –CEAS discussed at the IMISCOE Conference in Malmö

Author(s): Birgit Glorius
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2019

Borders in the Lives of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Luxembourg and Metz

Author(s): Claudia Paraschivescu
Published in: CEASEVAL Blogs, 2019

Frontera espectáculo

Author(s): Blanca Garcés
Published in: CIDOB opinion, 2019

To Be or Not to Be: Deficiencies in the Spanish Reception System

Author(s): Blanca Garces
Published in: Notes Internacionals CIDOB, Issue 214, 2019

¿Crisis Migratoria o política de espejismos?

Author(s): Blanca Garcés
Published in: CIDOB Report, Issue 3, 2019

Criminalizar la Solidaridad

Author(s): Blanca Garcés
Published in: El País, 2019

A Disputed Sea: from Rescue to the Fight Against Traffickers

Author(s): Blanca Garcés
Published in: Notes Internacionals, Issue 199, 2019

Desmontado a Salvini: los mitos sobre la inmigración en Italia

Author(s): Francesco Pasetti
Published in: CIDOB Opinion, Issue 554, 2018

Negotiating the CEAS’s third generation – stubborn on vision, flexible on details …

Author(s): Martin Wagner, Paul Baumgartner;
Published in: ICMPD Blog, 2018

“Scenarios on Responsibility Sharing for International Protection”

Author(s): Martin Wagner
Published in: ICMPD Blog, 2019

“In search for a vision of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS)”

Author(s): Martin Wagner
Published in: ICMPD Blog, 2019

What remains “common” in the “European Asylum System” if Dublin fails?

Author(s): Martin Wagner
Published in: ICMPD, Issue Blog, 2018

The triple populist innovativeness

Author(s): Anna Krasteva
Published in: Political Studies, Issue 1.2/2017, 2017, ISSN 0861-4830

To Share or Not to Share Responsibility? Finnish Refugee Policy and the Hesitant Support for a Common European Asylum System

Author(s): Östen Wahlbeck
Published in: Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 2018, Page(s) 1-18, ISSN 1556-2948
DOI: 10.1080/15562948.2018.1468048

The City as an Agent of Refugee Integration

Author(s): Jeroen Doomernik, Djoeke Ardon
Published in: Urban Planning, Issue 3/4, 2018, Page(s) 91, ISSN 2183-7635
DOI: 10.17645/up.v3i4.1646

Refugee Reception within a common European asylum system: looking at convergences and divergences through a local-to-local comparison

Author(s): Birgit Glorius, Lucas Oesch, Birte Nienaber, Jeroen Doomernik
Published in: Erdkunde, Issue 73/1, 2019, Page(s) 19-29, ISSN 0014-0015
DOI: 10.3112/erdkunde.2019.01.04

Rechtsgeldigheid van het relocatiebesluit en de betekenis van het solidariteitsbeginsel in het EU-asielbeleid

Author(s): Evelien Brouwer
Published in: Nederlands tijdschrift voor Europees recht, Issue 9/10 December 2017, 2017, Page(s) 219-225, ISSN 1382-4120

Geographies of Asylum in Europe and the Role of European Localities

Author(s): Glorius, Birgit, Doomernik, Jeroen
Published in: 2020
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-25666-1

Globalization of borders: Balkan dilemmas

Author(s): Anna Krasteva
Published in: Issue Justice and responsibility: cultural and philosophical foundations, 2018, Page(s) 241 – 267

The alchemy of integration: Russians in Bulgaria

Author(s): Anna Krasteva
Published in: Issue Inclusion and exclusion of immigrant communities sharing similar backgrounds with their host societies, 2018