Asylum Aid releases new film for asylum appellants

Last March, Asylum Aid and NatCen held a discussion about our research findings on women and asylum appeals, kindly hosted by Garden Court Chambers. The most practical of the resulting recommendations was from barrister Kathryn Cronin: to produce an o ...

5th December 2018 By

New research helps practitioners representing female asylum seekers

New research helps practitioners identify best practice in representing female asylum seekers writes Debora Singer MBE, Senior Policy Adviser at Asylum Aid. What do women who have been through the asylum appeals process think of their legal representa ...

8th December 2017 By

Falling at each hurdle: credibility assessments in women’s asylum claims

The key reason why women are refused asylum in Europe is because they are not believed. So let’s imagine a woman comes to the UK to seek protection from human rights abuses. Let’s call her Malaika. Chances are that Malaika will have experienced so ...

16th June 2015 By