L is a young Afghan woman, forced to flee the country as a result of following her heart instead of her family’s will. Like many trailblazing women in Afghanistan, she faces stigma and violence for taking her own path. Read more
The financial support will help Asylos increase the impact and number of its COI research reports and to ensure that the research is used widely. Read more
We believe in fair process. Those who flee persecution deserve to be heard and believed. We provide the research that ensures asylum decisions are based on proof—not prejudice. Read more
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Asylos was very pleased to join ACCORD's conference held this week in Vienna to celebrate their 10th birthday alongside the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). The three-day event also marked the publishing of EASO's updated COI methodology this year. Read more
Anila Noor, Nour Machlah and Salim Salamah have joined the Asylos Advisory Committee. Learn more about the newest members of our organisation. Read more
A young gay man from Serbia who moved to the UK to escape the horrors of violent homophobic attacks struggles to be believed as authorities question his sexuality. Read more
The journey of a young Togolese child who overcame a series of administrative challenges and received safety and asylum in Belgium. Read more