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Cultural Rights of Third-Country Nationals in EU Law
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Cultural Rights of Third-Country Nationals in EU Law

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9783030301545
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Cultural Rights of Third-Country Nationals in EU Law provides a complex analysis of the cultural rights of third-country nationals in European Union Law. Originally published in Polish and translated into English for the first time, this book examines EU migration policy and law from the perspective of cultural rights protection for migrants as a part of the overall system of human rights protection in the EU. In offering a careful analysis of these standards and their implementation mechanisms, Cultural Rights of Third-Country Nationals in EU Law will be of use to all researchers on EU law, especially in the areas of asylum law, migration law and the protection of the borders. It will also be useful to scholars and practitioners in the area of cultural policy.

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Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1. Justification for undertaking research1.2. Research theses1.3. The scope of research1.4. Sources and literature1.5. Methodology1.6. Structure of the work
Chapter 2: Migration and Culture within the European Union Framework
2.1. Introductory remarks2.2. Foreign nationals in the European Union – statistics and an attempt at interpretation2.3. European migration law – development and current challenges2.3.1. Law on migration before the Treaty of Amsterdam2.3.2. The creation and development of the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice2.3.3. Migration crisis and the changes in European Union migration law2.4. Protection of fundamental rights in the legal order of the European Union2.4.1. Shaping of the protection of fundamental rights in the European Union – a historical perspective2.4.2. General principles of the functioning of the system for the protection of fundamental rights in the European Union2.4.3. Significance of the European Convention on Human Rights for the EU system of protection2.4.4. Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union2.5. Cultural rights in the system of the protection of fundamental rights in the European Union 2.5.1. Introductory remarks2.5.2. Concept of cultural rights2.6. Culture in European Union law and the possibility of protection of cultural rights in the EU legal system2.6.1. Preliminary observations2.6.2. Current regulatory framework with regard to culture in European Union law2.7. Concluding remarks
Chapter 3: Guarantees of the cultural rights of third-country nationals in European Union primary law
3.1. Cultural rights of third-country nationals within the EU legal system – the question of the existence of the legal catalogue3.2. Cultural rights in the Charter of Fundamental Rights and the cultural rights of third-country nationals3.2.1. Protection of cultural diversity3.2.2. Freedom of the arts and sciences3.2.3. Right to private and family life and the right to found a family in view of the cultural rights of third-country nationals3.2.4. Freedom of religion and the cultural rights of third-country nationals3.3. Right to protection against the culture of the country of origin and the guaranteed scope of protection3.4. Conclusions
Chapter 4: Cultural rights of third-country nationals in the migration process – entry and return
4.1.  Introductory remarks4.2. Cultural rights of third-country nationals in view of the procedure of entry into the territory of the European Union4.2.1. Guarantees of a cultural character in the Schengen Borders Code4.2.2. Visa law and cultural entitlements of third-country nationals4.2.3. Policy on family reunification4.2.4. Case-law on family reunification4.2.5. Right to family reunification of citizens of Turkey in the case-law of the CJEU4.3. Return policy and cultural rights of third-country nationals 4.3.1. Preliminary observations4.3.2. Rights of a cultural character in the return procedure4.3.3. Cultural rights and detention of migrants4.3.4. Voluntary return and cultural rights4.3.5. Undocumented migrants and the exercise of cultural rights in the “grey area”4.4. Conclusions
Chapter 5: Possibilities of protection and exercise of the cultural rights of third-country nationals within the framework of the Common European Asylum System
5.1. Introductory remarks5.2. Eligibility of third-country nationals for international protection. Qualification provisions of a cultural nature5.3. Procedure for granting protection in view of third-country nationals’ rights of a cultural nature5.4. Reception of persons seeking international protection in view of the possibility of protection of cultural rights5.5. Cultural rights guaranteed to the beneficiaries of international protection within the framework of the CEAS5.5.1. Educational rights5.5.2. Integration rights of the beneficiaries of international protection5.6. Question of the choice of the place of residence and cultural rights within the framework of the CEAS5.7. Other legal instruments impactful in the exercise of cultural rights by persons seeking international protection5.8. Conclusions
Chapter 6: Cultural rights of third-country nationals – regular migrants
6.1. Introductory remarks6.2. Significance of the integration process for the exercise of cultural rights6.3. Cultural integration and its significance in political and strategic documents of the European Union6.4. Cultural rights with regard to third-country nationals’ stay in the territory of the EU6.4.1. Long-term residents6.4.2. Cultural rights of other groups of third-country nationals legally residing in the territory of the EU6.4.3. Cultural entitlements of members of families of EU citizens6.4.4. Cultural rights of students and academics6.4.4.1. Foreign students and their role in building academic culture in EU Member States6.4.4.2. Right of third-country nationals to participate in the academic and cultural life6.5. Financial instruments facilitating the exercise of integrative cultural rights6.6. Conclusions
Chapter 7: Conclusion
7.1. The scope of the guaranteed protection and the structure of the catalogue of the cultural rights of third-country nationals7.2. The basic features of the catalogue7.3. The limits of exercising cultural rights by third-country nationals7.4. The effectiveness of the activities of the Union in the area of strengthening the protection of cultural rights and the protection of European culture7.5. The essence of and significance of integrative cultural responsibilities7.6. The right to protection against the culture of the country of origin
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09.12.2019
Palgrave Macmillan UK
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