EASO Asylum Report 2020
We               
edition of the EASO Asylum Report 2020 through contributions, consultations or feedback during the
drafting process.
Primary facts and information were obtained from EU+ countries with the coordination of the
European Migration Network (EMN). We are also grateful to the European Commission for its
continued support and feedback during the drafting process. Colleagues from the United Nations High
Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) also provided input produced by its experts.
In particular, we express our gratitude to asylum and reception authorities in EU+ countries for the
continuous cooperation in the area of information exchange throughout the year. The contributions
      EA“O   are invaluable in helping EASO
maintain an accurate and up-to-date overview of asylum-related developments in Europe and beyond.
Through various channels, civil society organisations, academia and research institutions provide EASO
with research findings and input from the ground. To present the full pict ure of asylum in 2019 and
take account of all perspectives, contributions from these institutions and organisations were included
in this report. To this end, EASO would like to acknowledge the following organisations, which
contributed to EASO Asylum Report 2020 through direct submissions or consultations:
Are you Syrious (Croatia)
Associazione My Lawyer (Italy)
AsyLex (Switzerland)
Asylum Protection Center (Serbia)
Asylum Research Centre Foundation (United Kingdom)
Caritas Austria
Caritas Wien Rechtsberatung (Austria)
Cyprus Council for Refugees
Danish Refugee Council Greece
Dutch Advisory Committee on Migration Affairs (the Netherlands)
European Council on Refugees and Exiles (ECRE) (Belgium)
Forum réfugiés-Cosi (France)
Fundación Cepaim (Spain)
Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (Poland)
HumanRights360 (Greece)
Hungarian Helsinki Commitee (Hungary)
Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights (Austria)
Migrant Integration Center Brasov (Romania)
Missing Children Europe (Belgium)
Network for Children's Rights (Greece)
Safe Passage International (United Kingdom)
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Claims of Asylum (SOGICA) Project,
University of Sussex (United Kingdom)
Spanish Commission for Refugees - CEAR (Spain)
Stichting Nidos (the Netherlands)
Volontariato Internazionale per lo Sviluppo (VIS) (Italy)
European Network on Statelessness (Consultations*)

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