27 August 2013
Asylum seekers in Europe are often faced with EU rules that hinder their ability to seek asylum in an EU country where they would feel most protected. This is according to a new JRS Europe report, Protection Interrupted, based on interviews with 257 asylum seekers and migrants in nine EU countries.
The report comprises of four main elements:
Data findings and analyses from 257 interviews with asylum seekers and migrants in nine EU countries, all of whom were in the ‘Dublin system’
An assessment of how EU member states implement Dublin procedures in practice, and how they affect people’s fundamental rights
Policy recommendations for the EU
- 10 individual country reports written by our project partners, which describe Dublin practices in detail and the results of their research interviews with asylum seekers and migrants.
The comparative report in English can be downloaded here.
The executive summary of the final report (in English) can be accessed here.
The national report on Hungary (in English) can be accessed here.
The executive summary of the comparative and national reports (in Hungarian) can be accessed here.