The toolkit contains a wealth of relevant COI sources, organised by topic and is a helpful starting point when choosing the sources you wish to consult. Read more
We are pleased to share three new case-specific reports covering: the situation of homosexual people in Togo; schizophrenia and autism in Bangladesh, and the situation of Banyamulenge people in the DRC. Click to read more about the new research reports. Read more
Asylos researchers use investigative research techniques to access country of origin information and help refugees claim their right to asylum. Read more
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The toolkit contains a wealth of relevant COI sources, organised by topic and is a helpful starting point when choosing the sources you wish to consult.
Asylos is looking for a Director to lead a small but fast-growing asylum NGO. We are looking for an ambitious and intrinsically motivated person to lead Asylos in its work conducting research for asylum claims worldwide, and to broaden its outreach and impact. Read more
You are invited to join our forthcoming Statelessness-focused Country of Origin Information Workshops co-delivered by Asylum Aid and Asylos. Click to find out more about dates and registration. Read more
For Refugee Week, our Operations Assistant Laurence Hamieh tells her personal story of how Country of Origin Information played a key role in the success of her asylum application. Read more
After being granted asylum in the UK, Anaya took it upon herself to bring her orphaned siblings to safety, escaping forced labor and domestic abuse in their home of Oromia, Ethiopia. Read more
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