National Report Germany

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Zehn Jahre Dublin Feiern kein Grund zum
Zur Umsetzung der Dublin-II-Verordnung in Deutschland

Zehn Jahre Dublin – Kein Grund zum Feiern



Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge
Bundesministerium des Inneren
Bundesfachverband Unbegleitete minderjährige Flüchtlinge
Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte
Europäische Menschenrechtskonvention
Europäischer Gerichtshof
Gesetz über das Verfahren in Familiensachen und in den Angelegenheiten der freiwilligen Gerichtsbarkeit
Dublin-II-Verordnung (Verordnung (EG) Nr. 343/2003 des Rates vom 18. Februar
Dublin-II-Durchführungsverordnung (Verordnung (EG) Nr. 1560/2003 der Kommission vom 2. September 2003 mit Durchführungsbestimmungen zur Verordnung (EG) Nr.
Grundrechtecharta der Europäischen Union
Mitgliedsstaat (hier: der die D-II-VO anwendet, d.h. alle 27 EU-Staaten sowie die
Schweiz, Norwegen, Liechtenstein und Island)
Oberverwaltungsgericht (auch VGH=Verwaltungsgerichtshof) unbegleitete(r) minderjährige(r) Flüchtling(e)
Verwaltungsgerichtshof (auch OVG=Oberverwaltungsgericht)

Wir danken den vielen Flüchtlingen, die ihre Erfahrungen mit der Dublin-II-Verordnung mit uns geteilt haben, sowie den Kolleginnen und Kollegen, die uns bei der Arbeit an diesem Bericht unterstützt haben: Thomas Berthold, Silke Born-Gotta, Klaudia Dolk, Peter Fahlbusch, Janina Gieseking, Judith
Gleitze, Stephan Hocks, Henrike Janetzek, Stephen Marquardt, Dirk Morlok, Karl Kopp, Marei Pelzer,
Uta Rieger, Uli Sextro, Klaus Walliczek und ganz…...

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