EU Temporary Protection Responses to the Ukraine War and the Future of the EU Asylum System
Editors: Dr Sergio Carrera (CEPS) and Dr Meltem Ineli Ciger (Suleyman Demirel University)
The second ASILE Forum assesses the responses of the EU and the Member States to the forced displacement from Ukraine and activation of the Temporary Protection Directive 2001/55/EC in Europe. The Forum examines European responses to the large-scale arrival of persons fleeing the war in Ukraine and various policies implemented to respond to the mass displacement such as temporary protection, as well as their implications for international and EU asylum law and policy.
The Forum features a kick-off Paper, followed by contributions written by renowned refugee law and policy scholars. The Forum aims at bringing together various contributors examining issues including but not limited to responses of the EU, and countries like Poland, Hungary, Romania, and the UK to the large-scale arrival of persons fleeing the war in Ukraine, specific aspects of the activation and implementation of the Temporary Protection Directive 2001/55/EC, lessons learned from previous responses to mass influx situations in Europe and elsewhere around the world, and the issues in relation to fundamental rights and the principle of non-discrimination.
The Forum seeks to investigate in a comprehensive manner whether Europe can establish a response to the large-scale displacement and asylum seeking from Ukraine which ensures its effectiveness, fairness and consistency with international and regional human rights and refugee law standards, and in line with the UN Global Compact on Refugees. The Forum assesses whether this will lead to a paradigm shift for the EU asylum law and policy, and its currently guiding principles, in the long term.
The Forum will run from now until the end of May 2022.
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The EU grants temporary protection for people fleeing war in Ukraine: Time to rethink unequal solidarity in EU asylum policy, kickoff contribution by Sergio Carrera, Meltem Ineli Ciger, Lina Vosyliute and Leiza Brumat, 14 March 2022
About-face or camouflage? Hungary and Ukrainian refugees, Boldizsár Nagy, 11 April 2022
Temporary Protection for Ukrainians: learning the lessons of the 1990s?, Joanne van Selm, 11 April 2022
The right to family reunification under the Temporary Protection Directive and Council Decision 2022/382: Preserving family unity for the beneficiaries of temporary protection, Georgios Milios, 11 April 2022
Visas Still Required: The UK Response to the Protection Needs Generated by Russian Aggression in Ukraine, Alan Desmond, 13 April 2022
Addressing security and criminality concerns: the Temporary Protection Directive’s ‘exclusion clauses’ unpacked, Sarah Singer, 13 April 2022
Temporary Protection: The Ukrainian Field Trial, Julian Lehman & Angeliki Dimitriadi, 25 April 2022
Stabilisation of emergency measures: Poland’s refugee reception system one month after the Russian attack on Ukraine, Marta Jaroszewicz & Mateusz Krępa, 27 April 2022
Preferential, differential or discriminatory? EU protection arrangements for persons displaced from Ukraine, Julia Kienast, Nikolas Feith Tan and Jens Vedsted-Hansen, 27 April 2022
Frontex Assisting in the Ukrainian Displacement – A Welcoming Committee at racialised passage?, Mariana Gkliati, 6 May 2022
Temporary Protection and European Racism, Achilles Skordas, 3 June 2022
Receiving Ukrainian Refugees in the EU: A Case of Solidarity?, Eleni Karageorgiou & Gregor Noll, 3 June 2022
The importance of early, proactive, and transparent measures for a successful local integration process, Hakkı Onur Ariner, 10 June 2022
Temporary Protection and EU Solidarity: Reflecting on European Racism, Dora Kostakopoulou, 13 June 2022
The proximity trap: how geography is misused in the differential treatment of Ukrainian refugees to hide for the underlying global apartheid in the European border regime, Rodrigo Bueno Lacy & Henk van Houtum, 27 June 2022
Are those fleeing Ukraine refugees?, Hugo Storey, 28 June 2022
Registration insights from Turkey’s Temporary Protection experience, Yigit Kader, 1 July 2022