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JRS Europe Becoming Vulnerable In Detention June 2010 :

JRS Europe Becoming Vulnerable In Detention June 2010

The Jesuit Refugee Service and its partners have observed that detention is being utilised ever more frequently for
asylum seekers and irregular migrants arriving to the European Union. Despite the efforts made by EU policymakers
to harmonise the manner in which Member States manage asylum and migration flows, the reality we observe is that
these migrants are subject to conditions that are different from one Member State to the next.

Living in limbo :

Living in limbo

1. Case Study
1.1. A Typical Case
– Jeff, male asylum seeker in appeal at the Council of State, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, 42 years old –
Jeff left the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1992, at the age of 28, with the aim of studying abroad. As the Democratic Republic of Congo (former Zaire) and Belgium have a common colonial history, he had the idea to study management in Belgium. Additionally, his family had personal contacts within Belgium. He migrated legally to Belgium with a student visa.

Manual :


Acord de reprimire: Acord între state cu privire la procedurile de returnare a noncetăţenilor
aflaţi în situaţie ilegală spre ţările de origine sau de tranzit.
Acordul Schengen: Acord interguvernamental semnat în 1985 pentru a crea o zonă
europeană de liberă circulaţie fără controale la frontierele interne terestre, maritime şi în

Protection Interrupted_JRS Europe_June 2013 :

Protection Interrupted_JRS Europe_June 2013

Ever since it was adopted into EU law, Council Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 – better known as the ‘Dublin Regulation’ –
has never been short of controversy.5
One of the original intentions of the regulation and the system it has since established was and remains to ensure that an
EU government would be responsible for an asylum seeker’s application. One application, one EU member state; this is
the principle underlying the architecture of the Dublin system.

Raport anual de activitate 2011 JRS Romania :

Raport anual de activitate 2011 JRS Romania

Acest raport reprezinta rezultatul unui efort comun al echipei JRS si doreste sa sintetizeze principalele activitati si proiecte derulate pe parcursul anului 2011. Astfel, raportul nu poate fi privit ca acoperind in mod exhaustiv toata aria de activitati si preocupari ale organizatiei.



The main activities of JRS Romania are to provide services in immigrant detention centres (public custody centres)
covering legal counselling, social assistance and emergency aid, and in open reception centres by offering integration
assistance to persons with a form of protection. Close cooperation is maintained with UNHCR, the Romanian Immigration
Office and national NGOs, while lawyers and judges are supported through the JRS Documentation Centre on country of
return information. JRS Romania also provides temporary shelter to rejected asylum seekers who receive a ‘toleration
status’ to stay in the country or ask for asylum anew; among these are Dublin returnees.



Together with Caritas Europa, the European Trade Union Confederation, UNHCR and
several other partners, Jesuit Refugee Service Europe organised a one-day European
Conference on Destitution of Migrants that was held on 29th March 2011 at the Ateliers
des Tanneurs in Brussels. About 100 persons attended this conference, coming not
only from the refugee and migrant organisations but representing other Civil Society
actors as well, such as Trade Unions, educational or medical professionals.


Asistenta persoanelor refugiate :

Asistenta persoanelor refugiate

MIGRANT – Persoana care se deplaseaza dintr-o arie teritoriala in alta, urmata de
schimbarea domiciliului si/sau de incadrarea intr-o forma de activitate in zona de sosire.
-  in functie de sensul migrarii, fiecare persoana migranta este in acelasi timp,
pentru tara de origine emigrant - persoana care iese din tara, si imigrant -
persoana care intra in tara de destinatie.
- migrarea poate avea loc atat in interiorul granitelor tarii - migrarea interna
(numite si persoane deplasate intern) cat si in afara tarii - migratia
internationala (categorie din care fac parte si refugiatii).


Dublin Final Report :

Dublin Final Report

This report was written by Matiada Ngalikpima and Maria Hennessy. The coordinating partners of the
project were Forum Réfugiés – Cosi, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the European Council on
Refugees and Exiles (ECRE). ECRE coordinated the national research with project partners and took
the lead in drafting this comparative report. This synthesis report brings together the main findings of
national reports produced by:


Dublin II :

Dublin II

This information sheet is meant to give information only about what an asylum seeker can expect if they will
be transferred to Romania under the Dublin Regulation.


Final report :

Final report

As part of the project to build a common European asylum procedure, the
Member States wanted to put an end to the problems of asylum shopping and
asylum seekers in orbit. “Asylum shopping” is the process by which people
whose first request for protection in a European Member State has been denied,
file one or more other applications in another EU state.


Irregular Migrants :

Irregular Migrants

This compilation may serve for those who are searching for legal information related to certain aspects of detention of irregular migrants.1 However, it was drafted, in particular, as a supporting material with the goal of submitting an intervention before the Constitutional Court of Romania, highlighting a discrepancy in the Romanian Aliens Law,2 which, in Article 97, refers to “restriction on freedom of movement”, whereas, in reality, irregular migrants in Romania are literally detained – “deprived of their liberty” – and, therefore, should be provided with basic procedural safeguards stipulated, inter alia, in Article 23 of the Romanian Constitution.3 It cannot be accepted that irregular migrants “restricted on their freedom of movement” do not enjoy even the minimum safeguards provided for convicted criminals. The paper is strictly based on international and European legal documents, including jurisprudence and soft law recommendations.


Protection Intrerupted :

Protection Intrerupted

Ever since it was adopted into EU law, Council
Regulation (EC) No 343/2003 – better known as
the ‘Dublin Regulation’ – has never been short
of controversy.


DUBLIN II Regulation :

DUBLIN II Regulation

The Dublin Regulation,1 as its predecessor the Dublin Convention,
was designed to ensure that one Member State is responsible for
examining the asylum application of an asylum seeker and to avoid
multiple asylum claims and secondary movement. It is confined
to fixing uniform grounds for the allocation of Member State
responsibility on the basis of a hierarchy of criteria binding on all
EU Member States as well as Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and


Specificul consilierii :

Specificul consilierii

Confundat adesea cu emigrantul din cauza multelor
asemănări existente între etapele procesului de
migrare, ceea ce îl diferenţiază de acesta şi de alte
categorii de imigranţi este caracterul forţat sau voluntar
al deciziei de emigrare. În timp ce refugiatul
îşi părăseşte căminul forţat de teama de a nu-şi pierde
libertatea sau chiar viaţa, emigrantul alege soluţia
dezrădăcinării în speranţa unei vieţi mai bune.


Dublin II Regulation :

Dublin II Regulation

The objective of the Dublin Transnational Network project is to enhance
knowledge of the implementation of the Dublin Regulation and investigate
and analyse Member State practice surrounding the technical application
of this Regulation.


Urban Refugee :

Urban Refugee

The Jesuit Refugee Service (JRS) is an international
Catholic organisation established in 1980 by the Society
of Jesus (Jesuits). Working in 60 countries worldwide, its
mission is to accompany, serve and advocate for the rights
of refugees and other forcibly displaced persons.


Vues D’Europe :

Vues D’Europe

Une soirée gnawa dans la médina de Rabat sous un marché
couvert. L’un des chanteurs m’explique la signification des
paroles qui font référence à la religion et à la spiritualité
pendant qu’un enfant d’une dizaine d’années sniffe de la
colle et entre en transe au rythme du gambré. Cet enfant,
je le reverrai tout au long de ma mission, lors des autres
soirées gnawa passées dans les rues de Rabat


Mapa de prezentare :

Mapa de prezentare

Brosura Refugiati – JRS si Caritas Romania :

Brosura Refugiati – JRS si Caritas Romania

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