Recommendation 1237 (1994) on the Situation of Asylum-Seekers Whose Asylum Applications Have Been Rejected
|Publisher||Council of Europe|
|Author||CoE; Council of Europe|
|Publication Date||12 April 1994|
|Citation / Document Symbol||1237 (1994)|
|Cite as||Council of Europe, Recommendation 1237 (1994) on the Situation of Asylum-Seekers Whose Asylum Applications Have Been Rejected, 12 April 1994, 1237 (1994), available at: https://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6b38024.html [accessed 16 January 2021]|
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i.to set up fair and effective asylum procedures in co-operation with the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and to harmonise asylum policies and legislation in the spirit of the 1951 Geneva Convention and its 1967 Protocol and the relevant national instruments in the Acid of humanitarian law:
iii.to examine the possibilities for harmonising the conditions on which those who do not satisfy the criteria for the granting of refugee status may nevertheless be authorised to stay for humanitarian reasons on the territory of the member states:
iv.to give special attention and protection to solitary minors and to certain groups of do facto refugees.
v.to take practical steps to curb the illegal and abusive exploitation of asylum-seekers whose asylum applications have been rejected. bearing in mind Recommendation 1211 (1993) on clandestine migration: traffickers and employers of clandestine migrants;
vi.to ensure that asylum-seekers, whose applications have been rejected on the grounds that they could have found refuge in a third country, find effective, lasting protection. including legal protection. and fair asylum procedures when they are removed to that country;
vii.to strengthen policies for bilateral and multilateral co-operation in the fields of human rights and minority rights, and to contribute to the social and economic development of the countries of origin of asylum-seekers whose applications are rejected:
viii.to contribute, by mews of bilateral and multilateral co-operation policies, to the social and economic reintegration of such asylum-seekers into their countries of origin:
ix.to draw up bilateral and/or multilateral agreements, in close co-operation with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the non-governmental organisiations concerned, to:
a.promote initial and advanced vocational training schemes as well as educational and cultural programmes for asylum-seekers whose asylum applications have been rejected, taking account of personal circumstances, designed to assist their reintegration into their countries of origin.
b.set up programmes for voluntary assisted return to the country of origin.
Assembly debate on 12, April 1994 (11 th Sitting)(see Doc. 7044, report of the Committee on Migration, Refugees and Demography. Rapporteur : Mr Flückiger). Text adopted by the Assembly on 12 April 1994 (11 th Sitting).