Asylos is launching a new initiative aimed at making a selection of our bespoke research available publicly. By making a selection of our reports - which cover issues in over 100 countries - widely accessible, we hope that they can contribute to fair and evidence-based decision making in as many asylum, human rights, or statelessness cases as possible. 

This month, we’re pleased to share with you reports on the treatment of homosexual men and their relatives in Kenya, state treatment of alleged gang members in El Salvador, and a report in French, on the treatment of members of United Democratic Forces of Rwanda and those refusing civic service in Rwanda.

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