— Research —

The promotion of research in comparative refugee law includes:

Join capacities and resources to strengthen legal research on protection standards, covering procedural and substantive issues; taking into account the Inter-American System of Human Rights Protection, as well as the jurisprudence developed in common law systems, for example, in Canada and the United States of America.

Encourage publications and other research products to disseminate refugee law. Research also supports states in solving crucial problems in contemporary asylum systems, incorporating an objective review of existing practices or offering different perspectives in new areas of legal development and interpretation.