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Essential sources for finding law, scholarship, statistics, and news on refugee law. This guide is designed for students in USF's course on "International Refugee Law and the European Crisis."
AIDA has "information on asylum procedures, reception conditions and detention across 20 countries. This includes 17 European Union (EU) Member States … and 3 non-EU countries." A project of the European Council on Refugees and Exiles.
The asylum statistics cover "asylum applicants, first instance and final decisions on applications, resettlement, taking back or taking charge of asylum seekers (Dublin statistics). Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union.
Reports on conditions in a country — especially reports on that country's human rights situation — can shed light both on trends in migration and on individuals' claims of refugee status.
Refworld gathers and organizes a massive amount of country information, news, and reports on the human rights and conflict situations from the UN, other IGOs, and NGOs. Refworld has News, Country Profiles, and Country Reports. Its "Advanced Search" is a great way to find documents relevant to your country or topic.