Asylum Seekers and the European Courts

  • Vanessa Gatt
  • December 22, 2014
  • 5 min read

Upholding Human Rights vs State Politics Amid stories of under-investigated crimes committed against asylum seekers, and amid reports of refugee segregation within certain Swiss towns imposing restrictions to the immigrants’ free movement,1 the European Courts have been adamant in their quest to ensure that asylum seekers’ fundamental human rights remain inalienable regardless of their political […]

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