Our newest publication features six principles for legal representatives, decision-makers and Country of Origin Information researchers working with stateless persons seeking asylum and stateless status. Read more
Join us online for our roundtable discussion on Statelessness-focused Country of Origin Information (COI) and learn more about our new Publications on Statelessness Monday 6th March 2023, 1.00 - 2.30 GMT / 2 - 3.30 CET. Read more
This Asylos publication addresses a critical gap in Country of Origin Information and contributes to a more informed debate about stateless Palestinians in Lebanon. Read more
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Our in-depth analysis highlights key gaps and omissions in the Country Policy and Information Note: Rwanda, asylum system, and the key inconsistencies between the available Country of Origin Information and conclusions reached in the Home Office's assessment of the Rwandan asylum system. Read more
‘Nothing about us, without us’: persons with disabilities have insights into their experiences that are not available to persons without disabilities. In this blog, we share our top 5 tips on researching disability-focused Country of Origin Information to help you strengthen your client’s cases. Read more
We are often confronted with lawyers submitting research questions which might not be easily answered solely through conducting open source research. We share our recommendations on when and how to conduct interviews. Read more