We find that the Sara Edwardsson Ehrnborg, and the True City (FARR) appears to share our view that the policy on asylum and repatriation of the complexity of the issues that need to be handled with care. In the article, we highlighted how important it is to have a predictable and consistent regulatory framework, for the actors to deal with the repatriation of those whose applications have been refused application for asylum, that the asylum seekers themselves.
Ehrnborg, and the City provides examples of how difficult it is to design a piece of legislation that is designed to handle not only very complex, but also in specific situations, as in the case of the gymnasielagen. The intent is to prevent a humanitarian terms a disastrous situation can easily create a new one, but different in a severe humanitarian problem, and, in addition, it is difficult to maintain legally sound processes and procedures.
as the return policies to meet the needs of both the rule of law, efficiency, effectiveness, and humaneness. This is easy to trade-offs, in which both policy-makers and the authorities need to make trade-offs. In the three cases seems to the recognised, widely accepted, and is fully reasonable to seek to meet. Therefore, it is important to also find out the strategies that can reduce the conflict between them.
as of The Delmi report, which is the basis of the article identifies some of the opportunities that are available for such improvements. One example is that of an early stage in the asylum procedure, putting the return into the focus of attention. Another is to use a foundation of knowledge of it, and as a result, people who have had a avslagsbesked. Combined, there would be a way to identify potential practical constraints that may exist against the enforcement of, or the issuing of deportation orders without having to give up on the rule of law, or to treat asylum seekers inhumanely. The increased efficiency does not necessarily come at the cost of other objectives may take a back seat.
. It was at this seminar where we presented the report to a considerable number of those who are rejected are not able to avisas. One reason for this is that it is a country of origin who do not accept their citizens. It is the responsibility of the national policy to manage, not for the implementers, or on individual asylum seekers whose applications have been refused. It was a priority of the responsible secretary of state, Lars Westbratt expressed during the panel discussion. The success of such efforts could open the way for more returns, but it is still subject to a working implementation on the ground.
the Delmi report makes no recommendation on how generous or restrictive in the implementation of the commission should be to. As we can observe, that the policy has moved in a restrictive direction in 2015. Ehrnborg, and the City argues in favour of a more generous view of asylum policy, and we do not have the ambition to polemisera on this issue. Even with a more generous refugee policy, however, a large number of the asylum-seeker be rejected, and we think that the return also should be organized in an efficient and humane manner.
the conclusion is the same: There is a lot to gain if the policy becomes more coherent, and internally consistent.<