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Meeting: Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, Brussels

József Antall-gebouw; (c) Atelier de Genval- Cerau - M. Van Campenhout, - Tractebel dev s.a. et ingénieurs associés
(c) Atelier de Genval- Cerau - M. Van Campenhout, - Tractebel dev s.a. et ingénieurs associés
date February 19, 2020 09:00 - 12:30
city Brussels, Belgium
location József Antall building (JAN) i Show location
room 4Q2
attending (Juan Fernando) López Aguilar i, (Fabienne) Keller i et al.
organisation Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) i

The Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) of the European Parliament is organising on 19 February 2020 a Hearing on the Implementation of the Dublin III Regulation.

The hearing takes place in the context of the Parliament's implementation report on the Dublin III Regulation, of which the draft will be presented in the LIBE Committee this spring. The Hearing is organised to contribute to the fact finding for the report. The report has the objective to support the work of the Parliament with regard to the Commission's New Pact on Migration and Asylum to be presented equally this spring. The list of speakers will include EU institution representatives, national authorities as well as NGOs.

Location: European Parliament, József Antall building, room 4Q2

Last updated: 12-02-2020

Draft programme of the Hearing on the Implementation of Dublin III Regulation

  • European Parliament

    2019-2024

    Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs

    DRAFT PROGRAMME

    Hearing

    The Implementation of the Dublin III

    Regulation

    Rapporteur: Fabienne KELLER, MEP

    WEDNESDAY 19 FEBRUARY 2020 9.00 am to 12.30 pm European Parliament, Brussels

    Room József Antall (4Q2)

    Order of business

    9h00 - 9h05

    Opening remarks by Juan Fernando LOPEZ AGUILAR, Chair of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE), European Parliament

    9h05 - 9h15

    Introductory speech by Shaza ALRIHAWI

    Global Refugee-led Network (GRN)

    FIRST SESSION

    The Dublin procedure on the national level

    9h15-11h00

    9h15-9h25

    National authorities (tbc), Greece

    9h25-9h35

    National authorities (tbc), Germany

    9h35 - 9h45

    National authorities (tbc), Sweden

    9h45 - 9h55

    National authorities (tbc), Spain

    9h55 - 10h05

    National authorities (tbc), Italy

    10h05 - 10h50

    Question and Answer Session

    SECOND SESSION

    Presentation by experts at the European level 11h00-12h30

    10h50 - 11h00 Catherine WOOLLARD, Director, European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)

    Stavros PAPAGEORGOPOULOS, Legal Officer, European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE)

    Presentation of the EPRS implementation assessment of the Dublin Regulation

    11h00 - 11h10 Alexander DE CHALUS, Policy Officer, Policy and Legal Support Unit, United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees' Representation for EU Affairs, Belgium, Luxemburg, Ireland and The Netherlands

    UNHCR's Study on the Implementation of the Dublin III Regulation

    11h10 - 11h20 Joanna DARMANIN, representative of the European Commission, Asylum Unit, DG HOME

    Implementation of the Dublin III Regulation

    11h20 - 11h30 Ward LUTIN, Head of the Asylum Knowledge Centre, European Asylum Support Office (EASO)

    Supporting the implementation of the Dublin III Regulation: EASO practical cooperation, training and guidance activities for Member States

    11h30 - 11h40 Karen METS, representative of Save the Children The situation of children in the Dublin procedure

    11h40 - 11h50 Francesco MAIANI, representative of the Odysseus Network Presentation on the jurisprudence in the area

    11h50 - 12h25 Questions and Answers Session

    12h25 - 12h30 Closing remarks by Juan Fernandez LOPEZ AGUILAR, LIBE Chair

    PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR THE DEBATE

    • • 
      During the discussion, so as to make it possible for the highest number of parliamentarians to intervene, speaking time of speakers will be limited to ten minutes and speaking time of other participants to two minutes per contribution or question.
    • • 
      Speakers wishing to supplement their speeches may do so in writing by submitting a document (preferably in English or French) in advance to the secretariat (email: libe-secretariat@europarl.europa.eu). These documents will be circulated during the meeting.
    • • 
      Meeting documents will be progressively added to the Events section of the LIBE Committee pages: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/committees/en/libe/events-nationalparl.html and to the WebNP event webpage: http://www.europarl.europa.eu/relnatparl/en/meetings.html

    THE MEETING IS BROADCASTED LIVE AND RECORDED

    LIBE Committee pages:

    http://www.europarI.europa.eu/activities/committees/homeCom.do?Ianauaae=EN&bodv=LIBE

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Erika SCHULZE

    erika.schulze@europarl.europa.eu

    +322831245

    Angela BALAN

    angela.balan@euroDarl.eurona.eu

    +322832291

    Razvan Szabo

    razvan-nicolae.szabo@europarl.europa.eu

    Clement FRANZOSO clement.franzoso@euronarl.eurona.eu

    +322830931

    +322830776

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    Other documents

    • Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the criteria and mechanisms for determining the Member State responsible for examining an application for international protection
    • EP Policy Department C Study on Enhancing the Common European Asylum System and Alternatives to Dublin
    • EP Policy Department C Study on the Reform of the Dublin III Regulation
    • European Commission report on the Evaluation of the Dublin III Regulation, 4 December 2015
    • European Commission report on the Evaluation of the Dublin III Regulation, 18 March 2016
    • Left in Limbo: UNHCR Study on the Implementation of the Dublin III Regulation

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Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE)

The Parliamentary Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs is responsible for:

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    The protection within the territory of the Union of citizens' rights, human rights and fundamental rights, including the protection of minorities, as laid down in the Treaties and in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union

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