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Asylum Access Annual Report

Annual Report 2015-2016

In Africa, Asia, and Latin America, we’ve proven we can put refugees back in control of their lives and give them the power to contribute to their host communities. Read about this year’s highlights in our 2015-2016 annual report. View online.

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Annual Report 2014-2015

Annual Report 2014-2015

2014-2015 has been an exciting and challenging year for the Asylum Access team. Our accomplishments include providing legal information, advice and representation to 20,000+ refugees and launching country operations in Malaysia, Panama, and Mexico, as well as a regional hub based in Ecuador. View online.

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Gender Based Violence Refugees Ecuador

Gender-Based Violence Prevention & Response: Opportunities & Challenges for Serving Urban Refugees in Ecuador

This field assessment, carried out by the Women’s Refugee Commission and Asylum Access Ecuador, identifies the particular GBV risks faced by urban refugees in Ecuador. It identifies strategic entry points for: bridging service gaps, supporting refugees’ risk mitigation strategies, and strengthening the protection environment.

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Asylum Access Annual Report 2013-2014

Annual Report 2013-2014

Following a decade of advocacy, Asylum Access has impacted more than 1 million refugees worldwide. In 2013-2014, we won a landmark victory against a restrictive law in Ecuador, published a groundbreaking Refugee Work Rights Report and made major advocacy strides toward an urban refugee policy in Tanzania. View online.

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Global Refugee Work Rights Report

Global Refugee Work Rights Report 2014

Prepared by Asylum Access and the Refugee Work Rights Coalition, this report examines the laws, policies and practices pertaining to refugee work rights in 15 countries around the globe, affecting a total of 30% of the world’s refugee population.

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Cartagena +30 Asylum Access

Cartagena Initiative +30

International Protection and Effective Integration: Civil Society Recommendations from the Front Lines of Asylum and Statelessness in Latin America and the Caribbean. Prepared by Asylum Access Ecuador and 23 other civil society organizations, this report suggests a series of recommendations that assist in strengthening the international protection system of the Americas. Download the Executive Summary in English (below) or Spanish, or download the full report in Spanish.

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