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The Almaty Process on Refugee Protection and International Migration: Regional Guidelines on how to identify and refer Refugees and Asylum Seekers at the Borders of Central Asia

The Regional Guidelines provide concrete recommendations on how States can identify persons in need of international protection and how to link this identification made at the border with concrete protection measures available in each jurisdiction. In other words, they suggest practical ways to go from legislation to practice on identification and referral mechanisms.

Date of Publication
Target Audience
General Public
Government
Other Source / Publisher
United Nations Country Team in Kyrgystan, United Nations Country Team in Turkmenistan, United Nations Country Team In Tajikistan
Other Language
Geographic Scope
Country
Turkmenistan
Region
Sub Regions
Central Asia
Workstream Output
No
Regional Review Process
No
Keywords
Legal regulations and traveller & migrant protection
Tags
migration management
Status
Published

The Almaty Process on Refugee Protection and International Migration: Regional Guidelines on how to identify and refer Refugees and Asylum Seekers at the Borders of Central Asia

The Regional Guidelines provide concrete recommendations on how States can identify persons in need of international protection and how to link this identification made at the border with concrete protection measures available in each jurisdiction. In other words, they suggest practical ways to go from legislation to practice on identification and referral mechanisms.


*References to Kosovo shall be understood to be in the context of United Nations Security Council resolution 1244 (1999).