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The legal status of Palestine
Bernasová, Tereza ; Grmelová, Nicole (advisor) ; Kříž, Radim (referee)
The theme of this diploma thesis is the analysis of the legal status of Palestine. The theoretical part of this thesis examines the history of Palestine, the relations between Palestine and Israel, the rejection of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 by Arab states, Palestinian membership in international organisations, the Oslo I Accord and the Montevideo criteria for statehood.The thesis also evaluates the final status negotiations between Israel and Palestine and various Palestinian government programs. The second part of the thesis analyses the constraints posed by divided Palestinian territories and the dynamics and interactions between Palestinian populations living in and outside the territory. Furthermore this diploma thesis focuses on the Palestinian public sector; especially on the areas of justice, education, health system and defense. Individual chapters also deal with the economic instability of Palestine and its financial dependence on the other, mostly European, countries. In conclusion, this diploma thesis will give not only a comprehensive legal view of the status of Palestine, but also views on Palestinian governance.
The legal aspects of EU's asylum policy
Bernasová, Tereza ; Grmelová, Nicole (advisor) ; Levý, Jan (referee)
The theme of this Bachelor thesis is the analysis of asylum legislation in the European Union. In the theoretical part of this thesis is the examination of the development of the asylum policy, starting with the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees and ending with a critique of the current situation. Each phase of harmonization corresponds with the most important treaties and programs which European Union members have adopted. The thesis also evaluates various stages of development and estimates the trajectory of future development. The practical part focuses on the judgments of the European Court of Justice, which determines and enacts the interpretation of EU directives and regulations related to asylum system. Furthermore this bachelor thesis focuses on the social, economic and safety factors associated with the asylum policy. In conclusion, this bachelor thesis will give a comprehensive view of the legislation, but also a practical demonstation relating to the rights themself.

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