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Country Guidance: Afghanistan (June 2018)

Please note that this country guidance document has been replaced by a more recent one.
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EASO Annual General Report 2017

EASO Annual General Report 2017

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Annual Report on the Situation of Asylum in the European Union 2017 - Executive Summary

Annual Report on the Situation of Asylum in the European Union 2017 - Executive Summary

A summary of the Agency's flagship report presents a comprehensive overview of key developments in asylum in 2017. It summarises changes to policies, practices and legislation, with examples of case law.

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A Review of Empirical Surveys of AsylumRelated Migrants

Literature review of empirical surveys of asylum-related migrants
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Annual Report on the Situation of Asylum in the European Union 2017

Annual Report on the Situation of Asylum in the European Union 2017

The Agency's flagship report presents a comprehensive overview of key developments in asylum in 2017. It summarises changes to policies, practices and legislation, with examples of case law.

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COI Report: Afghanistan - Security situation - Update (May 2018)

This report on the security situation provides details on conflict dynamics, territorial control/influence, and (armed) actors at general and regional level.
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Practical guide: Qualification for international protection - Flowchart poster for practitioners

This practical guide intends to assist case officers and decision-makers in the examination of applications for international protection and application of the legal criteria on who qualifies for international protection, referring to both refugee status and subsidiary protection.

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Practical guide: Qualification for international protection

This practical guide intends to assist case officers and decision-makers in the examination of applications for international protection and application of the legal criteria on who qualifies for international protection, referring to both refugee status and subsidiary protection.

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