Pioneering the use of digital methods in human rights and asylum research
What we do
PROVISION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES TO ASYLUM LAWYERS - Asylos provides case-related information to lawyers in countries where legal aid is non-existent or does not cover the cost of researching evidence documenting rights violations or persecutions in specific cases - a problem now exacerbated by the widespread crisis in EU states' finances. In doing so, Asylos is able to make sure that Court deliberations and decisions are made in full awareness of the most up-to date information from the claimant's country of origin.
PROMOTE CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT AND COLLABORATIVE HUMAN RIGHTS RESEARCH - Asylos is a international network of over 70 volunteer researchers who work in teams to research inquires.