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Study on the feasibility and effectiveness of ‘offshoring’ EU asylum in support of OSEPI’s migration and asylum related activities

Unit Involved

Justice and Home Affairs

09 January 2017 / 31 March 2018

OSEPI contributes to bridging the current gap between policy-makers and CSOs by commissioning research exploring the feasibility of ‘outsourcing’ asylum (and by extension migration management) in both human rights terms and from a practical point of view. The question of the effectiveness of such policies was considered from a national, regional and human rights perspective in this study. The results of the project represented a useful advocacy tool to support the most progressive voices within the EU institutions and in national capitals to build essential human rights safeguards into all deals on asylum and migration with non-EU countries.

CEPS Project

Project Details

Justice and Home Affairs


Study on the feasibility and effectiveness of ‘offshoring’ EU asylum in support of OSEPI’s migration and asylum related activities

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This project was funded by the Open Society Foundations.
Contact
Sergio Carrera Sergio Carrera
Sergio Carrera
+32 (0)2 229 39 26
Project Partners

Open Society European Policy Institute (OSEPI)