Provided individualized, personalized legal assistance to 208 asylum seekers and refugees in our Quito office and 18 cases through local protection networks.
AAE filed an extraordinary protective action for a client whose constitutional rights were violated during a hearing process. With this action, AAE hopes to set a precedent and guarantee reparations for victims of arbitrary and illegal detentions.
Provided individualized, personalized legal assistance to 107 asylum seekers and refugees in Dar es Salaam.
Asylum Access Tanzania will be partnering with Refugees United to reconnect refugees with their families. To learn more about the work of Refugees United, click here.
Provided personalized legal assistance to 119 asylum seekers in Bangkok.
AAT in collaboration with Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network (APRRN), drafted and submitted a Statement to the Office of the Prime Minister – calling for a release of arrested Pakistani asylum seekers and refugees. Read “Thailand’s Detention Disease” to learn more.