This report addresses a major gap in the COI literature and contributes to a more transparent and informed debate about young male victims of trafficking from Albania. Read more
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We recently joined ACCORD, ARC Foundation and the Dutch Council of Refugees to discuss the state of COI research in Europe. Read more
Asylos' latest report investigates the trafficking of Albanian boys and young men. Read the report to see what our research uncovered. Read more
Asylos' new website will help us reach more lawyers and researchers in Europe and beyond, so we can prove more asylum claims. Come see what's new! Read more
Read about the lengths to which this lawyer went to get Rovena, an Albanian survivor of domestic violence, asylum, and how Asylos COI research can help lawyers like her. Read more
Our Africa team researcher Yowali shares her take on what motivates her to volunteer with Asylos. Read more
Read about how Asylos' research helped restore dignity and ensure legal status for a Syrian-born Palestinian refugee as she claimed asylum in Belgium. Read more