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Summary of the Nansen Passport and the EU Temporary Protections Directive: Reflections on Solidarity, Mobility Rights and the Future of Asylum in Europe

The 2001 EU Temporary Protection Directive (TPD) was implemented for the first time on 3 March 2022. The article looks to the Ukrainian refugee crisis under the broader horizon of collective responsibility for international protection to contextualize the activation of the TPD.

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