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Practical Guides and Tools Catalogue 2024 edition

in support of asylum processes and reception systems

This catalogue presents all of the practical guids and tools that the EUAA has developed to help increase the knowledge and technical skills of asylum practitioners working in the field of international protection.


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.


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.


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.


Practical Tool for Guardians – The asylum procedure

A tool to support guardians assigned to children in their daily tasks and responsibilities throughout the asylum procedure.


Practical Tool for Guardians – Introduction to international protection

This tool introduces newly-appointed guardians to the concept of international protection, possible forms of protection recognised through the asylum procedure, the relevant legal framework and the rights of the child in the procedure.


Recommendations on Family Reunification within the Dublin Procedure

These recommendations aim at facilitating cooperation, increasing quality standards and supporting the harmonisation of processes among Member States in family reunification cases in the Dublin procedure.


Recommendations on Dublin transfers

The recommendations provide guidance reflecting commonly agreed best practices in the field of Dublin transfers. These recommendations are intended for all staff categories that are involved in the planning, organisation and execution of Dublin transfers.