asylum-seeker


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asylum-seeker

nAsylbewerber(in) m(f)
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Two years after this scheme was agreed, most EU member states have fundamentally failed refugees and asylum-seekers, shirking their responsibilities and leaving thousands abandoned in Italy and Greece," said Iverna McGowan, Director of the Amnesty International European Institutions Office, in a statement, She noted that among the worst offenders are Poland and Hungary, both of which have refused to accept a single asylum-seeker from Italy and Greece.
Scores were generated by subtracting the average score for the asylum-seeker items from the average score for the Australian items, with higher scores indicating increased dehumanization of asylum seekers compared to Australians.
Missbach: Since Australia has implemented Operation Sovereign Borders in September 2013 under Tony Abbott, the number of asylum-seeker boats to Australia has sharply declined.
The philosophy underpinning Regulation 2003/343/EC is that the state that played the biggest role in allowing an asylum-seeker to enter or reside in the EU is responsible for them.
SURVEY: Mirror and RedC poll; HOMES: Residents fear refugees lower house prices; MEAN STREETS: Asylum-seeker begging for cash
The project has extensive asylum-seeker housing experience, currently accommodating over 100 asylum seekers with no income, in thirty-eight properties throughout Melbourne.
ASYLUM-SEEKER numbers have dropped by about a third because of tough new rules, the Government claimed yesterday.
Dispersal has spread the `burden' of asylum-seeker populations away from a small number of high-profile pressure points to a large number of locations.
Sir Jeremy Beecham, chairman of the Local Government Association, said the meeting heralded the "beginning of the end" of the asylum-seeker problems in the Home Counties.
It states that asylum-seeker numbers should not exceed half a per cent of an area's population.
If an asylum-seeker does work, the host Member States should re-assess their entitlement to financial and material assistance.
THE number of asylum-seekers living in Wales has increased by 20% over the last year, with more than 1,000 being housed in Cardiff.