Identification of potential exclusion cases
THIS MODULE IS AVAILABLE FOR TRANSLATION
Asylum case officers, reception officers & Dublin case officers
10h online learning
1 day face-to-face
English, Polish, Greek & German
Version 1 (2021)
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & PREREQUISITES
The aim of this module is to enable officials working on asylum procedures to be aware of the different types of cases from different countries.
This module deals with the identification of potential exclusion cases in the context of Article 1F of the 1951 Refugee Convention and Article 12(2) and Article 17 of the Qualification Directive. It focuses specifically on cases where a person could potentially be considered undeserving of international protection.
Explain the role of identification in the exclusion process, and the rationale and objectives behind exclusion from international protection
Identify excludable acts and potential actors in the context of international protection procedures
Recognise the relevant information that triggers further examination against exclusion clauses
This module is delivered through a blended learning methodology (online and face-to-face). Online learning contains learning activities that assess progress toward the learning outcomes, and the face-to-face session focuses on complex elements that require discussion.
This module will be upgraded as part of the restructuring of the European Asylum Curriculum.
Training plan 2024
|TRAINING PLAN||TARGET GROUP||LOCATION||REGISTRATION DEADLINE||ONLINE DURATION||WEBINAR / F2F||ASSESSMENT|
|Learners curriculum||Asylum staff||Malta||29th October 2024||5th to 22nd November 2024||28th November 2024||n/a|