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.

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

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latest news

  • Asylos Welcomes two new Co-Directors, Extends Thanks to Outgoing Director

    We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Jo Pettitt and Carolina Albuerne as Co-Directors, ushering in a new era of leadership for the organisation effective January 2024. We express deep gratitude to Sophie Kloos, the outgoing Director, for her dedicated service over the past seven years. Read more

  • We are recruiting a director

    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

  • Three new research reports launched

    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

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