Making Refugee Rights a Reality
When refugees can rebuild their lives, communities thrive.
When refugees aren’t allowed to work, they are forced into dangerous labor with no legal oversight.
Lack of status, language barriers and discrimination prevent many refugee children from accessing education.
Refugees are often detained illegally, without access to legal representation or information about their asylum claim.
Most spend decades or generations confined in camps, prohibited from working, or otherwise prevented from rebuilding their lives. Asylum Access was founded to change this.
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When refugees can work and attend school, communities thrive