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Safe at last? Law and practice in selected EU member states with respect to asylum-seekers fleeing indiscriminate violence

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The broad objective of this research was to investigate the extent to which implementation of the Qualification Directive delivers international protection to persons fleeing situations of indiscriminate violence, and to ascertain whether a protection gap exists. This Directive sets out two distinct but complementary statuses of international protection, namely refugee status derived from the 1951 Convention20 and subsidiary protection status for persons at real risk of serious harm as defined in Article 15 of the Qualification Directive. EU Member States were required to transpose the Qualification Directive into national legislation by October 2006.
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Odofin, Clara, et al. Safe at Last?  Law and Practice in Selected EU Member States with Respect to Asylum-Seekers Fleeing Indiscriminate Violence. UNHCR, 2011.
APA
Odofin, C., Bouteillet, D., & Daem, G. (2011). Safe at last?  Law and practice in selected EU member states with respect to asylum-seekers fleeing indiscriminate violence. Brussels: UNHCR.
Chicago author-date
Odofin, Clara, Daphne Bouteillet, and Geertrui Daem. 2011. “Safe at Last?  Law and Practice in Selected EU Member States with Respect to Asylum-Seekers Fleeing Indiscriminate Violence.” Brussels: UNHCR.
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Odofin, Clara, Daphne Bouteillet, and Geertrui Daem. 2011. “Safe at Last?  Law and Practice in Selected EU Member States with Respect to Asylum-Seekers Fleeing Indiscriminate Violence.” Brussels: UNHCR.
Vancouver
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Odofin C, Bouteillet D, Daem G. Safe at last?  Law and practice in selected EU member states with respect to asylum-seekers fleeing indiscriminate violence. Brussels: UNHCR; 2011.
IEEE
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C. Odofin, D. Bouteillet, and G. Daem, “Safe at last?  Law and practice in selected EU member states with respect to asylum-seekers fleeing indiscriminate violence.” UNHCR, Brussels, 2011.
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  abstract     = {{The broad objective of this research was to investigate the extent to which implementation of the Qualification Directive delivers international protection to persons fleeing situations of indiscriminate violence, and to ascertain whether a protection gap exists.
This Directive sets out two distinct but complementary statuses of international protection, namely refugee status derived from the 1951 Convention20 and subsidiary protection status for persons at real risk of serious harm as defined in Article 15 of the Qualification Directive. EU Member States were required to transpose the Qualification Directive into national legislation by October 2006.}},
  author       = {{Odofin, Clara and Bouteillet, Daphne and Daem, Geertrui}},
  keywords     = {{MIGR}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{III, 126}},
  publisher    = {{UNHCR}},
  title        = {{Safe at last?  Law and practice in selected EU member states with respect to asylum-seekers fleeing indiscriminate violence}},
  url          = {{https://www.unhcr.org/protection/operations/4e2d7f029/safe-law-practice-selected-eu-member-states-respect-asylum-seekers-fleeing.html}},
  year         = {{2011}},
}