The report aims to provide information on the security situation in Afghanistan, which is relevant for international protection status determination (PSD; refugee status and subsidiary protection).
The purpose of this research is to assess the security situation in the Central African Republic (CAR) for the period from 1 January 2018 to 23 March 2019. This document is an update of two COI Focuses: one on the security situation in the CAR of 17 November 2017 and the other on the security situation in Bangui of 19 April 2018. Documentary research was closed on 25 March 2019.
Depuis 2014, le Venezuela traverse une crise à la fois politique et socio-économique. L’hyperinflation a un impact sérieux sur la capacité à obtenir un accès à de la nourriture, des médicaments et d’autres biens de base. Le Venezuela continue d’être un des pays les plus violents du monde et connaît un exode massif de sa population. Les sanctions étrangères visent désormais une septantaine de personnes.
The report aims to provide relevant information for the purposes of the examination of applications for international protection. In particular, it is intended to inform the update of the chapter on Internal Protection Alternative within the Country Guidance on Afghanistan 2019 update.
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The information is a result of desk research of public, specialised paper-based and electronic sources until 27 November 2017. In addition, during the research, EASO researchers conducted extensive interviews with three experts (Borhan Osman, Abubakar Siddique and Anand Gopal).
This report is based on desk research of public, specialised paper-based and electronic sources. The main research was completed up until 30 November 2017. In addition, during the research, EASO researchers conducted extensive interviews with several field experts.
The report provides a general description of the socio-economic situation in three cities in Afghanistan – Kabul, Mazar-e Sharif and Herat – covering the following topics: economic growth; employment; poverty; food security; access to education; health care; housing; and coping strategies.
The report aims to provide information which is relevant for international protection status determination (refugee status and subsidiary protection). In the first part, a general description is given of the security situation in Afghanistan and regional differences are highlighted. These are then explained in greater detail in the second part.
This report is an update of the European Asylum Support Office’s (EASO) COI report “Afghanistan, Taliban strategies, recruitment”, first published in 2012.