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The Qualification Directive - K. Zwaan

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FORMAAT: PDF EPUB MOBI
DATUM VAN PUBLICATIE: maart 2007
BESTANDSGROOTTE: 6,61
ISBN: 9789058502667
TAAL: NEDERLANDS
AUTEUR: K. Zwaan

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On 10 October 2006, the deadline for the implementation of the directive 2004/83/EC of 29 April 2004, on minimum standards for the qualification and status of third-country nationals or stateless persons who otherwise need international protection and the content of the protection granted (Qualification Directive) expired. The lectures on which this book is based were originally given during a seminar on the Qualification Directive that took place in Nijmegen, at the Center for Migration Law, Radboud University, on Friday 6 October 2006. In light of the very substantial level of interest, we have decided to publish a book on the results of the seminar so that people who were not able to attend may benefit from the wealth of knowledge and information which was shared. This book offers insight in all the different aspects of the Qualification Directive.

...cation of the Recast Qualification Directive 2011/95/EU (Recast QD or Directive 2011/95/EU) laying down standards for the qualification of third-country nationals as beneficiaries of international protection as well as for the content of such protection ... L_2004304EN.01001201.xml ... . To this end, the study examined how and to what extent Member States had implemented ... On 10 October 2006, the deadline for the implementation of the directive 2004/83/EC of 29 April 2004, on minimum standards for the qualification and status of third-country nationals or stateless persons who otherwise need international protection and the content of the protection granted (Qualification Directive) expired. The Qualification Directive was adopted by the Council of the European Union on 29 April 2004. 2 It entered into force on 20 October 2004, that is 20 days after its publication in the Official Journal. 3 The Member States have until 10 October 2006 to ... bol.com | The Qualification Directive | 9789058502667 | K ... ... . The Qualification Directive was adopted by the Council of the European Union on 29 April 2004. 2 It entered into force on 20 October 2004, that is 20 days after its publication in the Official Journal. 3 The Member States have until 10 October 2006 to implement its provisions into national legislation. 4 Meanwhile, they have a duty not to adopt measures contrary to it. 5 For those countries ... On 10 October 2006, the deadline for the implementation of the directive 2004/83/EC of 29 April 2004, on minimum standards for the qualification and status of third-country nationals or stateless persons who otherwise need international protection and the content of the protection granted (Qualification Directive) expired. The lectures on which thi The current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe has called into question existing EU legislation on asylum, in particular the criteria according to which applicants for international protection can qualify for refugee or subsidiary protection status, as recognised in the Qualification Directive. Although national asylum rules are more closely aligned than they were, major differences in ... Directive 2005/36/EC, also known as the Professional Qualifications Directive, underwent extensive modernisation through Directive 2013/55/EU. Although the deadline for its implementation already passed over three years ago, the Member States are apparently still not in compliance. In April 2004, the Council of the European Union adopted a Directive on minimum standards for the qualification of foreigners as refugees and the content of the protection granted. This article discusses the likely impact of this Directive on the Written by Detelin Ivanov (1st edition), The current refugee and migrant crisis in Europe has called into question existing EU legislation on asylum, in particular the criteria according to which applicants for international protection can qualify for refugee or subsidiary protection status, as recognised in the Qualification Directive. The Qualification Directive central Themes, Problem Issues, and Implementation in Selected Member States So, recasting Directive on qualification is one of the most important step in the reform of CEAS, as the first in order to guarantee an equal level of protection to all people in need by giving them the possibility to be safe and the possibility to have a new life avoiding speculation on the procedures of recognition. The Qualification Directive 1 is the first supranational instrument to seek to harmonize domestic complementary protection. Though it has shifted complementary protection beyond the realm of ad hoc and discretionary national practices to a codified regime, it does not reflect best practice and unjustifiably entrenches a protection hierarchy. To reform the system of recognition of professional qualifications in the EU and simplify the related administrative procedures, the EU adopted the Professional Qualifications Directive (Directive 2005/36/EC). The directive was amended in 2013 by Directive 2013/55/EC. Benefits of the directive Directive 2005/36/EC brings: The qualifications of some professions, such as doctors and architects, have been extensively harmonised by Directive 2005/36/EC. The directive offers more general guidelines for other professions, that have not been specifically regulated this Directive, or other specific rules. Qualification Directive in the Context of Asylum Law. A component of the Common European Asylum System. It establishes common grounds to grant international protection and therefore refers to both refugee status and subsidiary protection. The Professional Qualifications Directive; 2005/36/EC, came into force in 2007 and aims at facilitating the mobility of skilled workers to other EU countries and making the European labour market more flexible. What does the Directive regulate? The Professional Qualifications Directive regulates issues of skilled workers who wish to exercise their profession outside their home country or the ......