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2014 Ryngbeck Bachelor
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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title EU NGOs’ impact on shaping the EU future migration and asylum policies
Author Ryngbeck, Annica
Date 2014
English abstract
In 1999 the European Union (EU) defined for the first time common priorities in the area of migration and asylum. In 2014 the Justice and Home Affairs Council is deciding on the fourth multi-annual strategic guidelines. This thesis examines the role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the EU influencing these guidelines through the European Commission public consultation, and their impact on shaping the future agenda for migration and asylum. While the EU has gained more competences in this field and increased legal protection standards across the EU, member states favour restrictive and security-oriented policies. EU NGOs represent a more liberal rights based approach, and having difficulties getting their points across. A step-by-step process tracing reveals the factors that enabled influence, such as a structured civil dialogue with opportunities for input. However, there were also elements disabling this influence, related to the disconnection between civil society and the Council, which partly undermined the purpose of the consultation.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 37
Language eng (iso)
Subject Migration
Asylum
European Union
Human Rights
Non-Governmental Organisations
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