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The purpose of this manual is to serve activists and students. This service is expected to unfold in three ways: (1) primarily as a manual for reporting to the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; (2) as a resource for students, particularly those in remote locations with less access to the Internet and large English language libraries; and (3) as an educational tool in training workshops, particularly for practical topics.

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This Toolkit is designed to provide different types of actors with documents and tools to support their engagement with the Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) laid out in the New York Declaration on Refugees and Migrants. It features a beginner’s guide on the CRRF, which can be useful guidance for actors involved in new or early applications of the CRRF, and contains more detailed materials for specific stakeholders. As a living page, the toolkit is constantly updated, informed and enriched by contributions of partners involved in the CRRF and the implementation of the Global Compact on Refugees.

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Though an attorney is not required to apply for asylum, in the U.S. asylum seekers must find and often pay for their own lawyer. This page identifies free (pro bono) or discounted (low bono) legal assistance.

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