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Gendering the European Parliament

Sharing Responsibility? The Politics and Policies of Asylum Governance

Comparative Politics
Comparative Perspective
Panel Number
Panel Chair
Leiza Brumat
European University Institute
Panel Discussant
Irene Landini
LUISS University

07/09/2019 09:00 - 10:40
Building: (Building A) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 4th floor Room: 418
This panel focuses on comparatively assessing the politics and policies of asylum governance in Europe and beyond. In doing so, the papers included in the panel closely examine the main challenges regarding the EU’s asylum system based on shared responsibility, as well as the institutional and political responses of national governments in the management of the so-called “refugee crisis”.

Paper List

Title Details
Corrective Allocation Mechanism in the Dublin IV Regulation Proposal – Fair Distribution of Responsibility? View Paper Details
Hungary, Italy and Spain: Europeanised or Souverenist Approach to Tackle Irregular Immigration in Europe View Paper Details
Public Goods and the European Integration Process: Analysing the Refugee Relocation System and the 2030 Framework for Climate and Energy View Paper Details
The Development of Asylum Legislations in Latin America: Early Findings from the new Regional IMPALA, 1990–2018 View Paper Details
The EU Hotspot Approach in Italy: A Case of Cultivated Spillover through Interagency Relations? View Paper Details
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