El presente estudio es el resultado de un ejercicio de comparación de legislación, mecanismos de protección y promoción del derecho al trabajo de personas refugiadas y solicitantes de asilo, a partir de la contextualizacion de 16 países de América Latina y El Caribe. Este producto de corte regional, surge de la posibilidad de extender el primer estudio global en materia laboral realizado en el año 2014, el cual tuvo gran repercusión al evidenciar la realidad de los refugiados en el mundo al momento de insertarse al mercado laboral.Download
This study is the result of an exercise of comparing legislations, protection mechanisms, and promotion of the right to work for refugees and asylum seekers in 16 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. A study by and for this region, this report aims to extend the first global labor study carried out in 2014, which exposed the reality of refugees entering the labor market at the time.Download
The following report is submitted on behalf of Asylum Access Malaysia (AAM) and the Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN) for consideration in Malaysia’s third Universal Periodic Review (UPR) to take place during the 31 st Session of the UPR Working Group. The report observes the rights of refugees, asylum seekers, and victims of trafficking.Download
As we move into the new year, we want to take a moment to reflect on some important wins for refugee rights that we helped accomplish last year, such as achieving alternatives to detention in Southeast Asia and creating pathways for refugees in Latin America to achieve self sufficiency and access their rights. Read about this year’s highlights in our 2016-2017 annual report.
This joint document between Asylum Access and other civil society organizations offers guiding principles and concrete proposals to UN Member States negotiating the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly, and Regular Migration. The document addresses four main areas: migratory regularization, oversight of expulsions, the non-criminalization of migration, and access to justice. Para leer el informe en español, haz clic aquí.Download
In this independent shadow report, submitted to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, the Asylum Access Malaysia team examines the implementation of Malaysia’s obligations under CEDAW between 2006 and 2017 as they relate to asylum-seeking and refugee women and girls in Malaysia. Please ensure you download the Annex to the report as well as the report itself.Download