Dalla direttiva 2011/95/UE alla proposta di Regolamento qualifiche: quale futuro per la protezione internazionale nell’ordinamento UE?
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The European Institutions are currently examining a new reform of the Common European Asylum System (CEAS). The reform at stake casts many doubts both with reference to the effectiveness of the measures provided in response to the migration phenomenon, and to the guarantees and the protection of the rights of vulnerable categories of migrants involved. In particular, the article makes a comparison between Directive 2011/95 currently in force and the proposal for a Regulation COM (2016) 466. This comparison shows that if the proposal for a regulation were accepted without amendments, there would be a sensible lowering of the level of guarantees and rights for the beneficiaries of International protection.