Afghanistan: No safe country for refugees

May 2017

An inves­ti­ga­ti­on into the country’s poli­ti­cal and eco­no­mic situa­ti­on, its inter­nal secu­ri­ty and the situa­ti­on of refugees.

The Ger­man Minis­ter of the Inte­ri­or wants to incre­asing­ly reject Afghan refu­gees app­ly­ing for asyl­um and pre­fer­a­b­ly deport them. This bro­chu­re (inclu­ding a pre­face to the Eng­lish edi­ti­on) pro­vi­des infor­ma­ti­on for Afghan refu­gees and their advi­sors and docu­ments the cata­stro­phic secu­ri­ty situa­ti­on in Afgha­ni­stan as well as the country’s deso­la­te poli­ti­cal and eco­no­mic situation.

The bot­tom line is that Afgha­ni­stan is not a safe coun­try – not for its inha­bi­tants and even less so for refu­gees and retur­nees. The­r­e­fo­re Afghan refu­gees must con­ti­nue to enjoy appro­pria­te pro­tec­tion in Germany.

The bro­chu­re is also available in Ger­man.

Edi­tor: För­der­ver­ein PRO ASYL e.V.
Aut­hors: Bernd Meso­vic, Maxi­mi­li­an Pichl
For­mat: DIN A4, 58 pages