ACSG Matches

In the lead up to and during the Global Refugee Forum, around 50 States pledged to improve aspects of their national asylum systems or provide asylum capacity support, in addition to support offered by other stakeholders. These pledges and commitments made at the first Global Refugee Forum (GRF) became the prioritized starting point for ACSG matches although new requests for and offers of support may also be submitted. The ACSG Secretariat is in the process of establishing matches between stakeholders in collaboration with UNHCR Bureaux and country offices, as well as the concerned entities. As matches are formalized, they will appear on this page.

For information about other pledges made at the Global Refugee Forum, please see the Pledge and Contributions Dashboard

Pledging Entities

Matches

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Matches

Chad – France

Chad – France

[Under discussion]

The Government of France through the coordination of the Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA) has indicated that it is interested to discuss support for Chad’s National Eligibility Commission (CNE) to strengthen its asylum system and pursue asylum capacity strengthening efforts

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France – Niger

France – Niger

The French government through its Office for the Protection of Refugees and Stateless Persons (OFPRA),Council of State and National Court of Asylum (CNDA), in conjunction with the Ministry of the Interior (Directorate of Foreigners in France, DGEF) and the United Nations Directorate of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE), will support Niger through its General Directorate of the Civil Registry, Migration and Refugees and Ministry of Interior (DGEC-M-R)

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Pledges

The following outlines pledges or commitments in the area of asylum capacity strengthening made by States and other entities at the first Global Refugee Forum (GRF) in December 2019 as well as pledges submitted after the GRF. Pledges on asylum capacity relate to: (a) further development of one’s own national RSD system, (b) provision of technical and/or other support to other states, (c) both types of pledges i.e. self-improvement as well as supporting others, and (d) financial contributions.

Kenya

Strengthening of institutions and community structures that manage...

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Tanzania

1. The United Republic of Tanzania pledges to ensure that asylum...

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The pledges on asylum capacity strengthening displayed on this page and elsewhere on the Portal, are drawn from the Pledges and Contributions Dashboard available on the Global Compact on Refugees (GCR) Digital Platform. These pledges were officially announced during the Global Refugee Forum (GRF). Pledges or commitments on asylum capacity strengthening, made post the forum continue to be updated on the dashboard and will appear on this page. Should you wish to bring to our attention, any inaccuracies or make any comments, please write to us at [email protected]