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Asylum Access Thailand
Newsletter Spring 2011

Honorable Mentions and Quarterly Highlights

Honorable Mentions Asylum Access leadership staff attended a convening on LGBTI refugee issues in Washington, DC with other human rights NGOs, UNHCR representatives and funders. Asylum Access... Read More
Asylum Access VLA Rania Rampersad
Newsletter Spring 2011

Day in the Life of a VLA – E. Rania Rampersad

“I remember one man in particular, who was living homeless with his two year old son.  I told him the bad news: “You are not going to get any assistance and there is nothing more I can do.” He... Read More
Asylum Access Thailand
Newsletter Spring 2011

Still on the Run: Refugees in Bangkok

The well-publicized image of life in tents on dusty camps is not the only setting of the refugee story. Today, almost half of the world’s 10.5 million refugees reside in urban areas, with only... Read More
Asylum Access Refugees
Newsletter Winter 2011

Quarterly Highlights

Ecuador Figures: Provided individualized, personalized legal assistance to 208 asylum seekers and refugees in our Quito office and 18 cases through local protection networks. Highlights:... Read More
Asylum Access Volunteer Anne Davis
Newsletter Winter 2010

Day in the Life of a VLA- Anne Davis

Fulbright Scholar and current VLA at Asylum Access Ecuador in Quito, Anne Davis is originally from San Diego, California. Anne received her Bachelors in Political Science and Spanish from the... Read More
UN Annual Consultations With NGOs Asylum Access
Newsletter Winter 2010

Perspectives from an Inter-American Court Session

Last November, I had the opportunity to partake in a historical session of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights – its 42nd Special Session, and the first ever held in Ecuador.  After a serendipitous... Read More