Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework

The New York Declaration calls upon UNHCR to develop and initiate the application of the Comprehensive
Refugee Response Framework (CRRF) in particular situations, in close coordination with relevant States,
other UN agencies and stakeholders. The CRRF specifies key elements for a comprehensive response to any
large movement of refugees. These include rapid and well-supported reception and admissions; support for
immediate and on-going needs (e.g. protection, health, education); assistance for local and national
institutions and communities receiving refugees; and expanded opportunities for solutions.
The practical application of the CRRF will inform the preparation of a global compact on refugees, to be
included in the High Commissioner’s annual report to the General Assembly in 2018.

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