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Rapports récemment ajoutés

23 mai 2024

Dit onderzoek verzamelt informatie over de situatie van seksuele minderheden in Ethiopië, in het bijzonder de situatie van homoseksuelen en lesbiennes. De verslagperiode overspant vijf jaar, van 1 januari 2019 tot 1 januari 2024. Cedoca heeft het onderzoek afgesloten op 1 mei 2024.

Cedoca voerde een factfindingmissie uit naar Ethiopië van 14 tot 24 november 2023. Deze missie is ondernomen met de financiële steun van het European Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).

16 mai 2024

The purpose of this COI Focus is to assess the security situation in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. It is more particularly focused on the period between November 2022 – when the signing of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement (CoHA) ended a two-year conflict in the region –  and March 2024.

The research for this COI Focus was concluded on 6 May 2024. Important events in April and May 2024 have been included as far as possible.

Cedoca conducted a fact-finding mission (FFM) in Ethiopia from 14 to 24 November 2023. The FFM was carried out with the financial support of the European Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF).

13 mai 2024

L’objectif du présent rapport consiste à dresser un état des lieux de la situation sécuritaire à Bangui, capitale de la République centrafricaine (RCA). Il porte en particulier sur la période allant du 1er janvier 2023 au 15 mars 2024. Ce rapport est une mise à jour partielle du COI Focus daté du 25 novembre 2021, qui porte sur la situation sécuritaire dans l’ensemble du pays.

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Somalie

22 Février 2023

The report provides an update on and mapping of the security situation at both country and regional level, namely for the 18 administrative regions foreseen by the Somali provisional constitution as they existed before 1991. The report builds upon preceding EASO COI reports, notably the Somalia: Security Situation from September 2021, but also Actors, Targeted profiles and Key socio-economic indicators. They were published in the period July- September 2021.

The report provides an overview of the main security trends and conflict dynamics at country level in the reference period (1 July 2021 - 30 November 2022). Within this context it includes information on crucial developments that were already visible as of December 2022.

Additionally, the report provides an update on the main changes regarding state and non-state (armed) actors and their control areas or presence during the same reporting period. For the full overview of these actors see the report on Somalia: Actors. Finally, the report engages with conflict dynamics and security developments at the regional level. In this section, it provides information about incidents and their impact on civilian life, including conflict related humanitarian issues.

The drafting of this report was finalised on 3 February 2023.

02 Février 2023

The report provides background information and whenever available data about deserting and defecting pathways out of Al-Shabaab militant group. After distinguishing between the formal and the informal options, the report engages with the main challenges and consequences associated with them. Men, women, and children’s profiles, as well as forms of engagement with the group, are discussed as key determinants of potentially available pathways. Complementing this overview, which is based on research findings limited in scope and representativeness, the report relies on a pool of expert interviews which help shed some light on the unreported and underreported aspects of the issues at stake.

The reference period is from 1 July 2021 to 30 November 2022.

09 Septembre 2022

Dit onderzoek maakt een stand van zaken op over de veiligheidssituatie in de Somalische hoofdstad Mogadishu. Het richt zich in het bijzonder op de periode van 1 januari 2022 tot en met 30 juni 2022. Dit document is een update van de COI Focus van 28 februari 2022. Cedoca heeft het onderzoek afgesloten op 9 september 2022.

28 Février 2022

Dit onderzoek maakt een stand van zaken op over de veiligheidssituatie in de Somalische hoofdstad Mogadishu. Het richt zich in het bijzonder op de periode van 1 juni 2020 tot en met 1 januari 2022. Dit document is een update van de COI Focus van 29 juni 2021. Cedoca heeft het onderzoek afgesloten op 6 januari 2022.

20 Septembre 2021

This report provides an overview of the main security trends and incidents at national level in the period January 2020 – 30 June 2021, as well as details on conflict dynamics, territorial control/influence, and armed actors at regional level. Finally, the report provides regional details about incidents, their impact on civilian life, internal displacement, and conflict related humanitarian issues.

The report builds upon preceding EASO COI reports of the same project/study with focus on Somalia: Actors, Targeted profiles and Key socio-economic indicators. They were published in the period July-September 2021. They should be read in conjunction with one another. This series of COI reports provide relevant information on international protection status determination for Somali asylum seekers and will be used in the development of EASO country guidance note on Somalia.

20 Septembre 2021

This report provides in-depth information about following potentially targeted profiles: people recruited by and deserters from Al-Shabaab; women and girls; individual perceived as contravening religious laws/tenets; minorities and non-minority clans; individuals involved in blood feuds/clan disputes; individuals supporting or perceived as supporting the government, the international community, and/or as opposing Al-Shabaab; journalists; LGBTIQ.

This report should be read in conjunction with other 2021 EASO COI reports on Somalia, such as EASO COI report on Somalia: Actors (July 2021), the EASO COI report on Somalia: Key socio-economic indicators (September 2021), and the Somalia: Security situation (September 2021). This series of COI reports provide relevant information on international protection status determination for Somali asylum seekers and will be used in the development of EASO country guidance note on Somalia.

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