Who is Who
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​in International Protection in the EU+​

Welcome to the Who is Who in International Protection in the EU+ platform​

Who is Who in International Protection in the EU+ is a public platform which presents key stakeholders and their roles in a range of areas in asylum and reception systems across EU+ countries. 

Each tab of the platform focuses on an area of international protection and presents the authority responsible and their mandate, as defined in national legislation and policies. The interlinks between authorities and institutions are also outlined in the mappings. 

Some of the maps are accompanied by a PDF report which can be downloaded from the bottom of the thematic page.

The Who is Who in International Protection in the EU+ platform is regularly updated with new topics and interactive maps.​

Methodology

The information presented is collected through publicly-available sources and EUAA reports. Prior to being published, the information is validated by national administrations in EU+ countries and other stakeholders, when necessary. For information on civil society organisations, the EUAA Consultative Forum is consulted for validation. ​


 Overview of interactive maps


Mapping of civil society organisations working in asylum

An upcoming Who is Who page will feature a mapping of civil society organisations which are directly involved in delivering services within asylum and reception systems.

To include your organisation in the mapping project, please complete the following survey: 
https://ec.europa.eu/eusurvey/runner/WhoIsWho_CivilSociety

The survey will remain open for all civil society organisations who wish to submit their contributions at any stage of this project.​