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Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD)

The Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD) is an independent country of origin information centre affiliated with the Austrian Red Cross and co-funded by the European Refugee Fund, UNHCR, the Austrian Ministry of the Interior and the Austrian refugee organizations. ACCORD's activities include researching individual information requests, publishing country reports and managing the country of origin information website www.ecoi.net. Between 1999 and 2002, and again in 2005 and 2007, ACCORD organized workshops in the European Country of Origin Information Seminar Series.

This collection contains: Länderberichten (country reports), Länderkurzübersichten (compilation of electronic sources on a specific country), Reiseberichten (reports from fact-finding missions) and reports from the European Country of Origin Information Seminar Series.  Website: www.roteskreuz.at/i18n/en/organise/accord/
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1) Current situation in Kinshasa in terms of political violence and politically motivated human rights violations following election-related violence in November and December 2011; 2) Situation of people who are of the same ethnicity (Luba) as the opposition UDPS leader Etienne Thisekedi; are Luba perceived as supporters of the UDPS; are UDPS supporters singled out for violence or human rights abuses?

14 May 2012 | Publisher: Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD) | Document type: Query Responses

Democratic Republic of the Congo: 1) Situation of persons fleeing forced marriages; 2) Situation of victims of sexual and gender-based violence; 3) Situation of street children in Kinshasa

3 October 2011 | Publisher: Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD) | Document type: Query Responses

DR Congo: Situation of the minority group Twa (Batwa/Bambuti) in the Equateur province

15 July 2009 | Publisher: Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD) | Document type: Query Responses

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