Dublin Transnational ProjectTraining Module available online

Friday, October 4, 2013

The Training Module designed by the Dublin Transnational Project is available online since last week. The module is aimed at national and European asylum law practitioners and organisations confronted in their work to the Dublin Regulation, and also to individuals interested in the Dublin Regulation for research or academic purposes.  The training module comprises a manual explaining the Dublin Regulation and its application in practice. It covers determination of responsibility, discretionary clauses,  cessation of responsibility, procedural guarantees, deadlines and evidence and has also a chapter on human rights implications. Each chapter starts with the relevant legal provisions and finishes with a summary and exercises. The module reflects the amendments introduced in the recast of the Dublin Regulation and is available in Bulgarian, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, Slovak and Spanish.

Download the training module from the website of the Dublin Transnational Project.

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