Publications

Judicial analysis on evidence and credibility in the context of the Common European Asylum System

This judicial analysis provides an overview of the EU legal framework and jurisprudence that pertains to evidence and credibility assessment.

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Country Guidance: Syria (February 2023)

Common analysis and guidance note

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

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Country Guidance: Afghanistan (January 2023)

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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Country Guidance: Explained

This document outlines the general guidance and methodological framework, on which the EUAA country guidance documents are based. The country-specific common analysis and guidance notes should be read in conjunction with the 'Country Guidance: explained'.

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Judicial Analysis on Qualification for international Protection - second edition

Directive 2011/95/EU

This judicial analysis is primarily intended for use by members of courts and tribunals of EU Member States whose work concerns hearing appeals or conducting reviews of decisions on applications for international protection.

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Iran – Situation of Afghan refugees

This report describes the situation of Afghan refugees in Iran. Afghans living in Iran can be broadly divided into four main groups: Amayesh cardholders, Afghan passport holders with Iranian visas, undocumented Afghan refugees and Afghans registered during headcount exercises.

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Nota di orientamento: Somalia

This guidance note summarises the conclusions of the common analysis of the situation in Somalia in a light user-friendly format. It focuses on the main elements of qualification for international protection.

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Richtsnoer: Irak

This guidance note summarises the conclusions of the common analysis of the situation in Iraq in a light user-friendly format. It focuses on the main elements of qualification for international protection.

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