Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Asylum appeal reform would cut costs in Ireland, says ex-judge

Asylum appeal reform would cut costs, says ex-judge
The “culture of disbelief” in the refugee and asylum system must change if the system was to become fair and transparent, she said yesterday at the launch of a “Roadmap for Asylum Reform” by the Irish Refugee Council, of which she is the patron. Her proposal would involve a single protection procedure, with early legal advice, which would assess whether a person is entitled to protection in Ireland arising from different international obligations and an independent and transparent appeals system.
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