Free Movement of Persons in Europe:Legal Problems and Experiences

Free Movement of Persons in Europe:Legal Problems and Experiences

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In this work, 38 lawyers - representatives of all EC Member States - report and comment on the legal problems and experiences which they encounter when dealing with the documents concerning the Free Movement of Persons in Europe. The most relevant ones discussed are: the Benelux Treaty, the Schengen Agreement and Convention, the Geneva Convention on the Status of Refugees, the Dublin Asylum Convention, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, the relevant articles of the EEC Treaty and the Maastricht Treaty, as well as the European Economic Area (EEA) Treaty. The authors are experts in the field of the free movement of persons. They are representatives of: the national judiciary, including the Bar; the national ministries of foreign affairs, justice, the interior, and others; the parliaments (national and European); the institutions of the EC (Commission, Council, Court of Justice); and the institutions of the Council of Europe (Council, European Court of Human Rights and the European Commission)
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  • Hardback | 664 pages
  • 171.45 x 254 x 38.1mm | 530g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1993 ed.
  • 664 p.
  • 0792314794
  • 9780792314790

Table of contents

Part 1 Report and comments: abolition of border controls; Schengen Information System, privacy and legal protection; cooperation in the field of criminal law, police and other law enforcement agencies; cooperation between fiscal and customs authorities; cooperation in the field of aliens law; human rights and free movement of persons; institutional problems and free movement of persons; free movement of various categories of persons. Part 2 Documentation: the Schengen Agreement of 14 June 1985; the Schengen Convention of 19 June 1990; Treaty on European Union; Agreement on the European Economic Area.
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