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A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System

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A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System. / Schweitzer, Reinhard; Consterdine, Erica; Collyer, Michael.

CEASEVAL Research on the Common European Asylum System, 2018.

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Schweitzer, R, Consterdine, E & Collyer, M 2018 'A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System' CEASEVAL Research on the Common European Asylum System.

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Schweitzer, R., Consterdine, E., & Collyer, M. (2018). A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System. CEASEVAL Research on the Common European Asylum System.

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Schweitzer R, Consterdine E, Collyer M. A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System. CEASEVAL Research on the Common European Asylum System. 2018 Jun 30.

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Schweitzer, Reinhard ; Consterdine, Erica ; Collyer, Michael. / A review and analysis of the recent literature on the Common European Asylum System. CEASEVAL Research on the Common European Asylum System, 2018.

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