Democrazia e Sicurezza – 2015, n. 4

Democrazia e Sicurezza - 2015, n. 4
Editore: RomaTrE-Press
Data di pubblicazione: gennaio 2016
Pagine: 212
ISBN: 2239‐804X
n° downloads ad oggi: 31


Periodico scientifico dell’Università degli Studi “Roma Tre”


Ragionando di strategie di integrazione multiculturale per l’Italia… senza retorica

Ginevra Cerrina Feroni

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/1

Sicurezza, immigrazione e cittadinanza inclusiva

Salvatore Bonfiglio

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/2

Le principali novità in materia di protezione internazionale nell’Unione europea

Anna Pitrone

Since 1999, the EU has been working to create a Common European Asylum System and improve the current legislative framework. Between 1999 and 2005, several legislative measures harmonising common minimum standards for asylum were adopted. After the completion of the first phase, a period of reflection was necessary to determine the direction in which the Common European Asylum System should develop. The responses, together with the results of an evaluation of how existing instruments were implemented, were the basis for the European Commission’s Policy Plan on asylum, presented in June
2008. New EU rules have now been agreed, setting out common high standards and stronger co‐operation to ensure that asylum seekers are treated equally in an open and fair system – wherever they apply.

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/3

L’ordinamento italiano e il sistema di protezione internazionale degli stranieri

Francesco Martines

The contribution deals with the study of the Italian legal framework on the international protection of migrants in relation to the provisions introduced in the EU / non EU States. Moreover, some aspects on the division of competences between State and Regions as well as the problematic issues concerning the administrative procedure for issuing residence permits in Italy and the judicial protection, are further deepened.

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/4

La Convenzione di Ginevra sullo status dei rifugiati e la tutela dei richiedenti asilo in Italia

Francesca Perrini

The Geneva Convention on refugees status is still an important document of international law, especially for the questions concerning the definition of refugee and the principle of non refoulment. There aren’t in the Convention norms relating the treatment of asylum seekers. This is an important question of actuality, above all for those countries (like Italy) of destination of migration flows. In Italy there are a lot of problems in the reception system of asylum seekers and European Court of Human
Rights has condemned our State in several judgments. The respect of Geneva Convention and of European Convention of Human Rights always imposes the supremacy of fundamental rights for each person in all circumstances.

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/5

Sugli obblighi internazionali in materia di salvataggio di migranti in mare e sulla necessità di adottare misure europee di solidarietà

Francesco Battaglia

This article analyses the management of migrations flaws in the Mediterranean, focusing on the question of migrants that from the North Africa arrive to the southern cost of Italy with the intent to move into others EU countries. Because of the emergency situation caused by the increasing numbers of migrants through this route during the last five years, the European countries should strengthen their activities to rescue boat in distress and to protect the fundamental rights of migrants. As underlined in the article, this responsibility should be shared by EU countries in compliance with the principle of Solidarity stated by the
Lisbon Treaty. Starting from this observation, the article will take under consideration the Italian choice to suspend the operation Mare Nostrum and the EU decision to start Triton within the framework of FRONTEX.

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/6

Detenzione in assenza di reato: il trattenimento amministrativo degli stranieri

Giulia Colavecchio

Administrative detention of foreigners (both migrants and asylum seekers) is a practice widely used by many States around the world. The following essay firstly aims to provide a definition and a delimitation of this kind of deprivation of liberty and to evaluate the consistency of this practice with the respect of international human rights law instruments. Furthermore, it is analyzed the significant case law of the Human Rights Committee and the European Court of Human Rights, highlighting divergences and different standards of protection.

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/7

D. Lamparella, Il dialogo tra le giurisdizioni superiori italiane e la Corte di giustizia europea, ESI, Napoli, 2014, pp. 99

Carmine Petteruti

DOI: 10.13134/2239-804X/4-2015/8

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