EASO COI Report. Individuals targeted by armed actors in the conflict

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This report was drafted by COI officers from the COI sector of the Information and Analysis Unit in the European Asylum Support Office (EASO).

This report covers topics on individuals targeted by armed actors within the context of the conflict in Afghanistan. This report is written in conjunction with a report on targeting of individuals in society titled, EASO COI Report - Afghanistan: Individuals targeted under societal and legal norms.

The information is a result of desk research of public, specialised paper-based and electronic sources until 27 November 2017. In addition, during the research, EASO researchers conducted extensive interviews with three experts (Borhan Osman, Abubakar Siddique and Anand Gopal).

The drafting of this report was finalised on 27 November 2017.

The following cooperated in reviewing and commenting on the report:

  • Lifos – Centre for Country of Origin Information and Analysis, Swedish Migration Agency
  • United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), RSD Section
  • Neamat Nojumi, a scholar at George Mason University’s School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution with more than 20 years experience in democratisation, conflict analysis and state-building in Central and Southwest Asia.
  • United Nations Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UNAMA), Human Rights Service.

This report was written according to the EASO COI Report Methodology.

Beleid

De algemene veiligheidssituatie in Afghanistan wordt grotendeels bepaald door een langdurig aanslepend intern gewapend conflict, waardoor zeer veel Afghanen intern ontheemd zijn of hun toevlucht genomen hebben in het buitenland. Voor de beoordeling van de nood aan internationale bescherming houdt de commissaris-generaal er rekening mee dat er tussen de regio’s van Afghanistan fundamentele verschillen bestaan in de veiligheidssituatie, de aard en de intensiteit van het geweld.

Land: 
Afghanistan