Applicant (Uganda) vs State Secretary for Justice and Security [Decision of 06.08.2019] (Staatssecretaris van Justitie en Veiligheid)
By decision of 6 August 2019 (the contested decision), the State Secretary for Justice and Secutiry did not process the applicant's asylum application because considered Spain is held responsible for examining the application. The applicant appealed against the contested decision based on Artcile 30 of the Aliens Act 2000 and stated that he/she had become victim of human trafficking, detention and rape; he/she pointed out that the State Secretary has a positive obligation to prevent human trafficking to address and protect victims, and stated that the principle of interstate trust cannot be assumed with regard to Spain.
Dublin procedure; Trafficking ; Vulnerable Group;
Netherlands,NL: Court of The Hague [Rechtbank Den Haag], Applicant (Uganda) vs State Secretary for Justice and Security [Decision of 06.08.2019] (Staatssecretaris van Justitie en Veiligheid), 26/09/2019, ECLI:NL:RBDHA:2019:10421NL: The Court of The Hague ruled whether a Dublin transfer can be annulled in the context of human trafficking investigations.