Migration and Home Affairs

Dublin Convention

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Definition(s)

Convention determining the EU Member State responsible for examining an application for asylum lodged in one of the EU Member States.

Source(s)

Dublin Convention

Translations

  • BG: Дъблинска конвенция
  • CS: Dublinská úmluva
  • DE: Dubliner Übereinkommen
  • EL: Σύμβαση του Δουβλίνου
  • EN: Dublin Convention
  • ES: Convenio de Dublín
  • ET: Dublini konventsioon
  • FI: Dublinin yleissopimus
  • FR: Convention de Dublin
  • GA: Coinbhinsiún Bhaile Átha Cliath
  • HU: Dublini Egyezmény
  • IT: Convenzione di Dublino
  • LT: Dublino konvencija
  • LV: Dublinas konvencija
  • MT: Konvenzjoni (Il-) ta’ Dublin
  • NL: Overeenkomst van Dublin
  • PL: Konwencja Dublińska
  • PT: Convenção de Dublin
  • RO: Convenția Dublin
  • SK: Dublinský dohovor
  • SL: Dublinska konvencija
  • SV: Dublinkonventionen
  • NO: Dublin-konvensjonen

Related Term(s)

Note(s)

1. The Dublin Convention was signed in Dublin, Ireland on 15 June 1990, and first came into force on 1 September 1997 for the first 12 signatories. The Treaty has been extended to other EU Member States and some countries outside the European Union.
2. The Dublin Convention was replaced by Council Regulation No 343/2003 (Dublin II regulation). Its validity ended on 16 March 2003.