Research requires innovation and collaboration. Asylos members engage with each other every day to produce high-quality research, finding new authoritative sources, scouring the internet for details, and tackling human rights abuses through the power of open source investigation.

Once a year, we bring our members together to train and collaborate in person, fostering connections and skills which drive the field of country of origin information research forward. They work to innovate for a future where every asylum seeker has access to the relevant information to support their claim and where every justice system bases its decisions on proof, not prejudice.