- Analysis and Publications, Projects, Law enforcement and criminal justice, Refugees and migrants
HHC is taking part in the set-up of a Europe-wide, comprehensive database.
The AIDA (Asylum Information Database) project aims to provide independent and up-to date information to the media, researchers, advocates, legal practitioners and the public on asylum practice in EU Member States. The project is jointly coordinated by ECRE, Forum Réfugiés-Cosi, the Irish Refugee Council and the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. As part of the project, 14 national country reports will be published in summer 2013 and will then be updated every 6 months. The country reports focus on the legislation and practice with regards to asylum procedures, reception conditions and detention of asylum seekers. A dedicated website which will present the country reports, comparable indicators, video testimonies of refugees and asylum seekers, advocacy resources and relevant news will be launched in July 2013.
The Hungarian country report produced by the HHC is already available at http://www.asylumineurope.org.