AB İstişari Heyet Raporu - Report on the Asylum and Migration
6-10 Aralık 2010 tarihinde AB üye ülkelerinden uzmanların katıldığı inceleme ziyaretleri sonrasında Uzman Frank Johansen tarafından hazırlanan raporun giriş bölümünü aşağıda bulabilirsiniz.
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This review contains findings from the EU-Turkey peer-based mission, which took place in Turkey from 6 – 10 December 2010, with the aim to observe the development and progress of the steps taken by Turkey in the direction of the establishment of a Turkish asylum and
migration system aligned with the relevant parts of the EU-acquis. The report describes the observation of the situation at the ground more than being a legal analysis and leads to a number of recommendations in Turkey’s further alignment to the relevant parts of the EUacquis.
The mission teams were made up of 5 practitioners from different EU-member states accompanied by representatives from Turkish authorities and EU Commission staff from Ankara and Brussels. The three mission teams in border protection and the two teams in
asylum and migration visited each a number of locations around Turkey to learn how relevant border-, asylum- and migration issues were dealt with at these places. The mission was an opportunity to share experiences between practitioners in the field of asylum and migration.
The focus of the team I was a part of was especially how legal and administrative changes are being implemented and interpreted in a structured and uniform way in the different places. Furthermore the aim was to learn about the level of the facilities - and the involved
staffs routines for handling issues like, detention, management and interception of irregular migrants, asylum seekers and refugees at well as at the border as inside the country. Other important topics for the visit was to identify how the work and cooperation of the different
authorities, agencies and NGO’s involved in the field from the first contact to the final integration, resettlement or readmission was dealt with. Finally topics like human resource, IT-systems international cooperation, etc were touched upon.
During the mission I met professional and enthusiastic Turkish officials, EC staff, a range of Turkish NGOs as well as representatives from International Organization for Migration (IOM) and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), who were all open and frank to discuss the Turkish asylum- and migration system as well as immediately providing me with all relevant and necessary information. The observations, findings and recommendations do not necessarily reflect those of the European Commission or the Danish Government.