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III.12. Unhcr Executive Committee Conclusion No. 91 (LII) 2001 on Registration of Refugees and Asylum-seekers

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This chapter deals with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Executive Committee Conclusion No. 91 (LII) 2001 on Registration of Refugees and Asylum-Seekers. Registration should be a continuing process to record essential information at the time of initial displacement, as well as any subsequent demographic and other changes in the refugee population (such as births, deaths, new arrivals, departures, cessation, naturalization). The registration process should abide by the fundamental principles of confidentiality, and should to the extent possible be easily accessible, and take place in a safe and secure location. Personnel conducting the registration, including, where necessary, refugees and asylum-seekers, should be adequately trained, should include a sufficient number of female staff and should have clear instructions on the procedures and requirements for registration.

Keywords: asylum-seekers; refugees; UNHCR



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