CEAR-Comisión Española de Ayuda al Refugiado (Spanish Commission for Refugees) is a non-governmental and non-profit organization created in 1979 to defend and promote Human Rights and the full development of people who have fled persecution, violence and harassment, and finally arrive to our country, Spain.

The mission is to defend and promote human rights as well as the integral development of refugees, stateless persons and migrants who are in need of international protection and / or at risk of social exclusion.

Involvement in E+SN: CEAR collaborates on the selection of four people consider legally and under the rules of Humanitarian Law, as refugee; inform participants about their duties and obligations that come with their participation in E+SN; dissemination of the results of the project through their social media; provide FGUV indications about the protocol to follow with people seeking for the refugee status and advice FGUV about the social and economic situation of refugees.