The Practices In Ireland Concerning the Granting of Non-EU Harmonised Protection Statuses

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Abstract

People seeking protection who attain a status with lower guarantees whether, for example, for humanitarian reasons or due to the principle against non-refoulement, are accorded rights determined by a Member State’s domestic law. Such statuses, which are not provided for by EU law, may be said to be non-EU harmonised statuses. The current study outlines and compares the EU harmonised and non-harmonised protection statuses currently in operation in Ireland.

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Author(s):John Stanley (Independent Consultant), Corona Joyce and Emma Quinn (ESRI)
Publisher:Economic and Social Research Institute
Publication Date:19 Nov 2010
Geographic Focus:Ireland
ISBN:978 0 7070 0302 3
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