we stand for asylum decisions based on evidence

researching case-specific information

we research vital information to support people fleeing war, violence, persecution and grave threats claim their right to protection.

producing new sources

we map pertinent information gaps and address these by publishing interviews with experienced individuals.

promoting better procedures

we gather data about the use and impact of evidence in asylum courts and advocate for better procedures and fairer decision-making.

access research

our database features 500 country-of-origin information reports which are available for free download.


Author: Sophie Kloos


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latest news

  • We're recruiting Volunteer Researchers

    Asylos is looking for new volunteer researchers to join our ever-growing network. The volunteer researcher can choose one of our Regional Teams, and will conduct research to support asylum seekers coming from that region. The deadline to apply is the 18th of December. Read more

  • Read our Annual Report 2021

    We have just released our Annual Report of our trustees and financial accounts for the year of 2021. Take a closer look at what we achieved. Read more

  • We're recruiting a Senior Fundraiser

    Asylos is looking for an ambitious Senior Fundraiser based In the UK or the Netherlands with an entrepreneurial attitude towards fundraising. The deadline for applications is 13th November 2022. Read more

latest stories

  • Why declaring Rwanda a safe third country of asylum is incoherent with available country information

    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

  • Five tips for Disability-Focused COI research

    ‘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

  • How Interviews Can Help Fill Information Gaps

    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