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The growing but uneven role of European courts in (im)migration governance : a comparative perspective


FEDERICO Veronica MORARU Madalina Bianca PANNIA Paola

Year of publication 2022
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Migrants and the law: what European Courts say: special issue with name issue
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Web Open access časopisu
Keywords European Courts; Comparative perspectiv; domestic courts
Description A special issue of a journal "European Journal of Legal Studies" with a special title (thematically focused). The context in which European and domestic courts adjudicate migrants' rights has never been more complicated than it has been in recent years. A socio-political reality of sequential crises (economic, refugee, rule of law and Covid-19) has empowered the executive to make decisions with regard to migration with minimal legislature and judicial supervision and launch 'open attacks on case law'. The ever-increasing number of persons in need of access to asylum is likely to increase even further over the next decade.
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