The Hungarian Helsinki Committee, the National Police Headquarters and the UNHCR Regional Representation in Central Europe present their annual report on border monitoring activities carried out in 2011.
András Kristóf Kádár, Nóra Novoszádek, Adrienn Selei - Magyar Helsinki Bizottság, Budapest, 2012 - ISBN: 978 615 5215 06 3
Mapping the national impact of the four initial asylum-related judgments of the EU Court of Justice.
The Refugee Law Reader is a comprehensive on-line model curriculum for the study of the complex and rapidly evolving ﬁeld of international refugee law.
We are pleased to announce today the launch of three updated and expanded editions of The Refugee Law Reader: the Sixth Edition in English, the Second Edition in French, ...
This report summarizes the experiences gathered in 2010 in the course of the project “Asylum Seekers’ Access to Territory and Asylum Procedure in the Republic of Hungary”.
Structural differences and access to country information (COI) at European courts dealing with asylum
Country information (COI) is widely considered as determinant evidence in most asylum cases, but national courts’ practices relating to the access to COI and its judicial interpretation are also divergent.