Good Intentions

A review of the New Asylum Model and its impact on trafficked women claiming asylum

This report was produced jointly by the Poppy Project and the Refugee Women’s Resource Project at Asylum Aid. It considers all the asylum claims made by women who were trafficked into the UK and subsequently supported by the POPPY Project during 2007 and who went through the New Asylum Model process. Whilst improvements were found on procedural issues such as providing female case owners and interpreters, the rate of success at appeal showed that the quality of initial decision-making remains an issue.

Refugee Women's Resource Project At Asylum Aid
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Report / Study / Data
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United Kingdom
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