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Marlou Schrover, Teuntje Vosters and Irial Glynn

,000 in Germany). EU Member States’ attempts to restrict immigration, from the economic recession of the 1980s onwards, required a certain sophistication because of their duty to respect the European Convention on Human Rights, enforced by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and, to a lesser extent

Tineke Strik

activities and monitoring at the borders, but also strategic litigation on the national level and the European Court of Human Rights. Their tendency to file complaints at the European Commission is gradually increasing. These are other ways to influence the outcomes through expert and logistical authority