14 November 2013

Regional Focus: Eastern Europe

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I have been referencing quite a few reports from the CARIM-East project, which is the "first migration observatory focused on the Eastern Neighbourhood of the European Union."  Countries covered include those in the Eastern Partnership initiative (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine), and the Russian Federation.

Here is the latest batch of reports:

Access of Refugees and Asylum Seekers to Socio-economic Rights in the Republic of Belarus, CARIM-East Explanatory Note 13/137 (Migration Policy Centre, Oct. 2013) [text]

Access of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and IDPs to Socio-economic Rights in the Republic of Moldova, CARIM-East Explanatory Note 13/145 (Migration Policy Centre, Nov. 2013) [text]

Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and IDPs in Azerbaijan: Issues and Perspectives, CARIM-East Explanatory Note 13/125 (Migration Policy Centre, Sept. 2013) [text]

Refugees, Displaced Persons and Asylum Seekers in Armenia, CARIM-East Explanatory Note 13/139 (Migration Policy Centre, Oct. 2013) [text]

Socio-economic Rights of Migrants, Refugees and Persons Who Were Granted Supplementary or Temporary Protection in Ukraine, CARIM-East Explanatory Note 13/135 (Migration Policy Centre, Oct. 2013) [text]

If you missed any of the papers I posted earlier, here is a complete list of titles that fall under the rubric "Asylum Seekers, Refugees and IDPs: Recognition, Social Protection and Integration."

The project web site has a number of other relevant resources that should be of interest, including:

The database also includes relevant national asylum policy and legislation.

Tagged Publications and Web Sites/Tools.

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