Why I Volunteer

Our Africa team researcher Yowali shares her take on what motivates her to volunteer with Asylos. Read more

Preserving the Palestinian identity in the fight for recognition

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

Transgender and trafficked from Thailand

Read about how Asylos' research helped this HIV-positive trans asylum seeker from Thailand find refuge and medical care in the UK. Read more

Rwandan ‘peace camps’, persecution and the struggle to be believed

Read how Asylos' research helped a mixed Hutu-Tutsi refugee uncover abuse and discrimination in Rwandan peace camps to claim her right to asylum in France. Read more

From manual writing to automatic generation: an insight into Asylos research

Formatting isn't glamorous, but automating it helps our researchers prove more asylum claims. Learn about how Asylos uses creative technology to research efficiently. Read more

8 geolocation tools to support asylum claims

Learn what Asylos uses to track where information came from, where photos originated, and when an event occurred in helping refugees prove their stories. Read more

How to research safely on the internet

Navigating unknown websites can expose your information. Read how Asylos researchers protect their data while investigating asylum claims. Read more

These social media accounts show you the human stories of Europe's refugees and asylum seekers

Our researcher Anna recommends the journalists, photographers, and NGOs she trusts to cover refugee issues in an ethical and open way. Read more

How do you measure persecution?

Read our comments on the legal and social implications of persecution, a term at the core of Asylos' work helping refugees prove their claims. Read more