EASO published its quarterly asylum report for the second quarter of 2014. The Quarterly report aims at providing an overview of key asylum trends by analysing data regarding applications for international protection made by asylum seekers and decisions made on those applications by European Member States and Associated Countries.
The report is available here
Previous reports can be found here
On the occasion of the 8th Anti-Trafficking day (18 October), the European Police College (CEPOL), Europol, Eurojust, The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA), the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union (Frontex) and the European Asylum Support Office (EASO), have issued a report on their joint actions in the field of THB.
The report is annexed to the European Commission’s “Midterm report on the Implementation of the EU Strategy towards the eradication of Trafficking in Human Beings 2012-2016”.
EASO published a Country of Origin Information (COI) Report entitled ‘Chechnya: Women, Marriage, Divorce and Child Custody’. The report gives an account of the situation of women in Chechnya and of how their situation has changed since Ramzan Kadyrov became President in 2007.
-Publication: Tools and Tips for Online COI Research p2
-UN High Commissioner for Refugees visits EASO p3
-Commissioner Malmström visits EASO p4
-Final evaluation of EASO’s support to Bulgaria p6
-Update on EASO joint processing activities p7
-Latest asylum trends p8
-EASO Training Curriculum p9
-Training update p9
-EASO Training National Contact Point meeting p9
-Didactic workshop p9
-Annual didactic seminar p9
-Age assessment meeting p10
-Next steps in activities related to children p10
-Meeting on Dublin Regulation p10
-JHA Contact Group meeting p11
-3rd EASO-UNHCR consultations p11
-Update on the ENPI project p12
-EASO info event at the European Parliament p13
-Kick-off COI specialist network on Afghanistan p13
-EASO to publish 3rd COI report on Afghanistan p13
-EASO addresses CDT translators p13
-TFM pilot project on facilitation p14
-EASO launches cooperation with Norway p14
-EASO notices (including vacancies) p15
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EASO published a Country of Origin Information (COI) Report entitled ‘South and Central Somalia: Country Overview’. The report provides a comprehensive overview of facts relevant for the asylum application process of Somali nationals in several EU+ countries (EU Member States plus Norway and Switzerland).
During today’s meeting of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) presented the EASO Annual Activity Report for
2013, the Annual Report on the situation of asylum in the EU 2013, and the EASO multi-annual work programme 2014 – 2016 “Towards a coherent implementation of the Common European Asylum
System”. EASO also presented the latest asylum trends for 2014. See press release
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Mr António Guterres opened the 15th Management Board meeting, as a special guest, with a presentation on global forced displacement and protection challenges, with particular focus on the responses in the European Union. The presentation was followed by an exchange of views with the EASO Management Board representatives.
See the press release
Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmström visited the European Asylum Support Office (EASO) on 4 September to discuss EASO’s achievements and the progress made by EASO in enhancing the implementation of the Common European Asylum System, as well as to discuss the latest asylum trends.
See the press release.
EASO has issued an open call for civil society to provide input on EASO’s 2013 Annual Report on the Situation of Asylum in the EU and on its Annual Activity Report for 2013. More information can be found here.
Civil society organisations not yet registered to the EASO Consultative Forum may apply here.
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