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Quality Assurance Tool

Examination of applications for international protection

EUAA has developed a tool to provide EU+ countries with a common framework for quality assessment of the examination of applications for international protection. 


Stakeholders Involved in the Dublin Procedure

Who is Who in International Protection in the EU+, Issue No 9

The report presents the stakeholders which are involved in each stage of the Dublin procedure at the national level, including actors involved in conducting the Dublin interview and replying to requests from other Member States.


The Role and Competencies of Dublin Units

Who is Who in International Protection in the EU+, Issue No 8

The report presents an overview of the national authorities which are responsible for the Dublin procedure. It maps their place within the institutional framework and the activities for which they are responsible.


Practical Guide on Quality Assurance in Asylum Procedures

This guide aims to support asylum administrations to implement a quality assurance methodology in the asylum procedure and further develop their quality management systems.


Country Guidance: Afghanistan (May 2024)

Common analysis and guidance note

This country guidance document provides an in-depth analysis of the situation in Afghanistan, focussing on the key elements of qualification for international protection.

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Sudan - Country Focus

The report provides an overview of the situation in Sudan, in the period 15 April 2023 - January 2024, in terms of security issues and selected profiles, relevant for international protection, affected by the conflict.


EUAA Pilot Convergence Analysis 2023

Final report

This report presents the main findings of the study on convergence, as conducted by the EUAA with the support of EU+ countries. The study focuses on the main factors leading to variations in recognition rates as well as on measures to achieve greater convergence. 


Practical Tool for Guardians — Transnational procedures in the framework of international protection

This booklet is a guide for guardians of unaccompanied children specifically focusing on transnational procedures in the framework of international protection.