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The Court of Strasbourg Acting as an Asylum Court1

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 September 2012

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Article 3 ECHR and expulsion, extradition – Indirect and potential violations – Interim measures – Lowering of threshold – Transformation from civil to social right – Asylum seekers special vulnerable group

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Copyright © T.M.C. Asser Press and the Authors 2012

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1 The present contribution is based on an analysis of the judgments of the Court concerning Art. 3 of the Convention in cases concerning refugees and asylum seekers from 1 July 2009 until 31 Jan. 2012. As such, it is the follow up of a study published by the same author: M. Bossuyt, Strasbourg et les demandeurs d'asile: des juges sur un terrain glissant (Bruylant 2010), 189 p., covering the judgments of the Court until 30 June 2009. A restructured version of excerpts of that book has also been published in English: M. Bossuyt, ‘Judges on Thin Ice: The European Court of Human Rights and the Treatment of Asylum Seekers’, 3(1-2) Inter-American and European Human Rights Journal (2010), p. 3-48.

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