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An Overview of the Romanian Asylum Policies

Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ROMANIA), Administration and Public Management Department, 6, P-ţa Romană, 010374 București, Romania
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Sustainability 2018, 10(5), 1461;
Received: 28 February 2018 / Revised: 4 May 2018 / Accepted: 4 May 2018 / Published: 7 May 2018
Migration flows affecting Europe over recent years have generated a wave of solidarity but also fear and threats. European countries are divided into host countries or countries of transit due to their economic attractiveness but from the beginning, it was clear that asylum policies were far from similar and insufficiently flexible. Although Romania is considered as one of the transit countries for immigrants heading to Western Europe and it has not been confronted with an influx of refugees, it has developed specific policies in line with the acquis communautaire in order to be prepared for any situation of influx. The purpose of this research is to assess how asylum policies have been implemented in Romania and what improvements are necessary in order for them to become more sustainable. In Romania’s case, we used a SWOT analysis in our research methodology. This study aims to address relevant topics regarding the recent increasing trends of asylum applications and to analyse how the asylum policies in Romania can generate an adequate response. Furthermore, specialized institutions may consider our recommendations on how to improve the management of the asylum system in Romania. View Full-Text
Keywords: refugees; immigration; asylum; European funds; policy; integration refugees; immigration; asylum; European funds; policy; integration
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