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Louise Halleskov Storgaard

Enhancing and diluting the legal status of subsidiary protection beneficiaries under Union law: – the CJEU judgment in Alo and Osso

Publikation: Forskning - peer reviewUdgivelser på nettet - Net-publikation

Is it in accordance with the Qualification Directive (QD) to restrict the freedom of movement within the host country of beneficiaries of subsidiary protection (a form of protection parallel to refugee status) in receipt of social security benefits? This question was addressed by the CJEU in its ruling of 1 March 2015 in the Alo and Osso case. The Court’s answer and its reasoning is equally interesting, groundbreaking and controversial as it, on the one hand, strengthens the impact of the Geneva Convention (the United Nations Convention on the Status of Refugees) on the QD standards and the substantive content of subsidiary protection while it, on the other hand, creates uncertainty about the applicable non-discrimination standard in such cases
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesår9 mar. 2016
StatusUdgivet - 9 mar. 2016

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