Posts tagged with “accord”

New ACCORD report on Darfur

A new 224 pages COI report on Darfur (Sudan) has been published by ACCORD.

ecoi.net launches community platform

ecoi.net launches a community platform allowing for the creation of online discussion forums. High quality COI contributes to fair and efficient procedures for international protection. The community platform shall foster discussion, knowledge sharing and networking among organisations and professionals active in the field of COI.

New ACCORD training manual now also available in Japanese

The revised edition of the training manual “Researching Country of Origin Information”, published by ACCORD in 2013, is now available in Japanese. It was translated by the Project of Compilation and Documentation on Refugees and Migrants (CDR), University of Tokyo.

New ACCORD report on China

A new 356 pages COI compilation on China has been published by ACCORD.

New ACCORD training manual on “Researching Country of Origin Information”

ACCORD has published a revised edition of the training manual “Researching Country of Origin Information”, updating the 2004 edition. It is available for download and in print now.

The October 2013 issue of The Researcher

The Researcher is published two times a year by the Refugee Documentation Centre (RDC) in Ireland. It is a publication which combines academic papers, summaries of caselaw, guides to new legislation, reports of conferences, articles on RDC services and items of country of origin information.

New ACCORD report on Iran

A new 204 pages COI compilation on Iran has been published by ACCORD.

New ACCORD report on Pakistan; Freedom House publishes Nations in Transit 2013

A new 242 pages COI report on Pakistan has been published by ACCORD. Freedom House published its annual Nations in Transit report.

New ACCORD report on Myanmar

A new 258 pages COI report on Myanmar has been published by ACCORD.

ACCORD publishes report on COI-Workshop “Women in Chechnya” (German language only)

ACCORD published a report on the situation of women in Chechnya, based on lectures by the experts Uwe Halbach and Svetlana Gannushkina. The report is available in German language only.

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