Ad Hoc Committee of Experts on the Legal Aspects of Territorial Asylum, Refugees and Stateless Persons
Comité ad hoc d'experts sur les aspects juridiques de l'asile territorial, des réfugiés et des apatrides (CAHAR)
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within the framework of D-XD0435 - Council of Europe (CE). Current mandate adopted Nov 1994, by E-XE8838 - Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. As of 2010, ceased to exist.
Follow developments in the field of asylum, refugees and stateless persons, particularly in member states of the Council of Europe, in order to achieve a common stand among member states and make proposals for the solution of practical and legal problems; seek concrete solutions aimed at harmonization of rules and practices in Europe on matters of asylum policy; monitor progress at the United Nations and other worldwide or regional organizations and institutions.
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Plenary sessions (annual). Committee, comprising experts appointed by member governments of the Council of Europe. Working parties on specialized subjects.
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