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André Shepherd and Andras Lipsch

Human Rights Award of Pro Asyl for U.S. AWOL soldier André Shepherd

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(12.09.2015) On September 12, 2015, in Frankfurt/Main the foundation, PRO ASYL presented its this year's human rights award to the U.S. AWOL soldier and asylum candidate in Germany, André Shepherd.

André Shepherd

Connection e.V. Salutes Award for André Shepherd

PRO ASYL presents human rights award to U.S. AWOL soldier

(31.08.2015) On September 12, 2015, in Frankfurt/Main the foundation, PRO ASYL will present its this year's human rights award to the U.S. AWOL soldier and asylum candidate in Germany, André Shepherd. The international conscientious objector network, Connection e.V., salutes this decision.

André Shepherd

U.S. AWOL Soldier André Shepherd’s Request for Asylum

The European Court of Justice: Having published its preliminary ruling, what is the next move?

(14.03.2015) On February 26, 2015, the European Court of Justice (ECJ), having been asked by the Munich Administrative Court (Verwaltungsgericht) to submit a decision on U.S. AWOL soldier André Shepherd’s request for asylum, published its preliminary ruling. As many media observers now believe that Mr Shepherd’s prospects of being granted asylum status are very remote, Rudi Friedrich from Connection e.V. has now summarized his initial thoughts on whether pessimism is indeed justified and what ramifications the court's preliminary ruling will have.

André Shepherd

Decision of the European Court of Justice in the case of U.S. AWOL soldier André Shepherd

Connection e.V. and PRO ASYL: Much that is negative and little that is positive in the outcome

(26.02.2015) The network for conscientious objection Connection e.V. and PRO ASYL criticize today’s decision by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in the case of U.S. AWOL soldier André Shepherd (37) as insufficient and in part quite incomprehensible in its argumentation. “The ruling by the ECJ does not strengthen the position of conscientious objectors and deserters in political-asylum proceedings. The Court avoided some fundamental questions, and answered others unacceptably, contrary to the opinion submitted by the Advocate-General.” said Rudi Friedrich of Connection e.V.