DIASP: Assessing the Dublin Regulation’s impact on asylum seekers’ access to protection and identifying best practice implementation in the European Union

The DIASP project aims to bring the personal experiences of asylum seekers directly into the EU and member state debate on Dublin. Its central objective is twofold: to study the level of protection asylum seekers have access to under the implementation of the Dublin Regulation, and to identify and advocate for best practices in implementing Dublin procedures in 10 member states of the EU.

From 2012-01-01 to 2013-06-30



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    Asylum and forced displacement

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Additional Info

Accessed On 2022-09-01
Funded / Co-funded European Refugee Fund - Community Actions 2010
  • Jesuit Refugee Service Belgium (BE)
  • Jesuiten Fluchtlingsdienst Deutschland (DE)
  • Forum Réfugiés (FR)
  • Hungarian Helsinki Committee (HU)
  • A. Centro Astalli (IT)
  • Jesuit refugee Service Malta (MT)
  • Centrum Pomocy Prawnej Im. H. Nieć (PL)
  • Jesuit Refugee Service Romania (RO)
  • Jesuit Refugee Service Sweden (SE)
  • Jesuit Refugee UK (UK)

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