Common analysis

This part of the country guidance includes the common analysis:

It provides analysis on the following elements:

General remarks, including the implications of leaving Syria

1. Actors of persecution or serious harm
Preliminary remarks
Overview areas of control
1.1. The Government of Syria and associated armed groups
1.2. Syrian Democratic Forces and Asayish
1.3. Anti-government armed groups
1.4. Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)
1.5. Other non-State actors
2. Refugee status
Preliminary remarks
Analysis of particular profiles
2.1. Persons perceived to be opposing the government
2.2. Persons who evaded or deserted military service
2.3. Persons with perceived links to ISIL
2.4. Members of and persons perceived to be collaborating with the SDF and YPG
2.5. Persons perceived to be opposing the SDF/YPG
2.6. Persons fearing forced or child recruitment by Kurdish forces
2.7. Persons associated with the Government of Syria
2.8. Journalists, other media professionals and citizen journalists
2.9. Human rights activists
2.10. Doctors, other medical personnel and civil defence volunteers
2.11. Ethno-religious groups
2.12. Women
2.13. Children
2.14. LGBTI
3. Subsidiary protection
3.1. Article 15(a) QD
3.2. Article 15(b) QD
3.3. Article 15(c) QD
3.3.1. Preliminary remarks
3.3.2. Armed conflict (international or internal)
3.3.3. Qualification of a person as a ‘civilian’
3.3.4. Indiscriminate violence
3.3.5. Serious and individual threat
3.3.6. Qualification of the harm as ‘threat to (a civilian’s) life or person
3.3.7. Nexus/’by reason of’
4. Actors of protection
4.1. The State
4.2. Parties or organisations
5. Internal protection alternative
5.1. Part of the country
5.2. Safety
5.3. Travel and admittance
5.4. Reasonableness to settle
6. Exclusion
6.1. Preliminary remarks
6.2. Applicability of the exclusion grounds
6.2.1. Crime against peace, war crime or crime against humanity
6.2.2. Serious (non-political) crime
6.2.3. Acts contrary to the purposes and principles of the UN
6.2.4. Danger to the community or the security of the Member State
6.3. Relevant circumstances
6.3.1. The Syrian intervention in the Lebanese civil war and presence in Lebanon (1976 – 2005)
6.3.2. The Muslim Brotherhood Uprising in Syria (1979-1982)
6.3.3. Current conflicts (2011 – ongoing)
6.3.4. Criminal activity
6.4. Guidance with regard to Syria
6.4.1. Article 12(2)(a) and Article 17(1)(a) QD
6.4.2. Article 12(2)(b) and Article 17(1)(b) QD
6.4.3. Article 12(2)(c) and Article 17(1)(c) QD



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