This Policy Brief addresses European Union (EU) support for asylum systems in selected third countries – i.e. Niger, Serbia, Tunisia and Turkey.
As a major global actor, the EU and its member states have a pivotal role to play in contributing to addressing the global challenge of forced displacement.
Watch our explanatory video with Sergio Carrera discussing the key findings of this research.
Check the final version of our six Country Reports focusing on Status, Vulnerability and Rights.
This Report examines key issues pertaining to refugee status determination, vulnerability and the right to work which characterise specific asylum governance instruments in Brazil, Canada, South Africa and Turkey.
This Report presents the final synthesis results and comparative assessment of the country research findings of the ASILE Project on “Refugee recognition, self-reliance and rights”.
The paper identifies specific forms of EU cooperation with selected third countries that give rise to questions of compatibility with binding norms of international, European and EU law.
This report synthesises four country studies concerning European political, legal and financial instruments in the field of Asylum and Migration in Niger, Serbia,
Tunisia and Turkey.
This Report is available in English and in French.
On the occasion of the third ASILE Annual Meeting, our partner UCT organized a public event and a Task Force looking at the Temporary Protection of Zimbabwean Refugees.