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Article 15(c) Qualification Directive (2011/95/EU): A judicial analysis


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Useful document if you are running Article 15(c) cases on serious harm, indiscriminate violence and so forth: Article 15(c) Qualification Directive (2011/95/EU): A judicial analysis. Many thanks to colleague Louise Hooper for flagging it up.

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  1. Have we opted in to the recast directive yet? If not, I guess this will be most useful where it relates to provisions that remain unchanged from 2004/83/EU, and we can expect to see a divergence in UK and EU caselaw, particularly in relation to internal protection (where the recast directive refers to an ability to ‘settle’ in another part of the country, rather than merely ‘stay’)… There could be fun to be had unpicking future CJEU decisions on Article 15(c) and other QD issues for those bits that may be binding on the UK and those bits that may not!