Publications

Reception Authorities

Who is Who in International Protection in the EU+, Issue No 5

The report presents an overview of national authorities responsible for reception conditions in EU+ countries, commonly referred to as reception authorities.

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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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The Future of International Protection in the EU+ in the Next 10 Years: Summary Report

Final report (summary version) of the EUAA foresight project "The Future of International Protection in the EU+ in the next 10 years"

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The Future of International Protection in the EU+ in the Next 10 Years: Comprehensive Report

Final report (comprehensive version) of the EUAA foresight project "The Future of International Protection in the EU+ in the next 10 years"

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Training catalogue 2022/2023

This training catalogue is a comprehensive summary of all the training modules and the languages they are available in. It also includes essential information on each module, such as the target learners, duration, learning outcomes, overview and aim.

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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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