RAXEN Thematic Study: The asylum-seekers’ perspective - GreeceAccess to information and to effective remedies
May 25, 2010 - Pavlou M. - Dourou-Ktistaki E. - Papapantoleontos K. - Djordjevic O. - Nakasian M.
TagsAsylum, Access to justice & remedies, Refugees
- There is a shocking absence of information either in early or later stages of an asylum application. As a result asylum seekers are not aware of their rights and obligations. Some asylum seekers ignored or misunderstood their status and time limits.
- None of the 49 persons interviewed for this survey have never had an interview by the authorities on their asylum claim. Only one of the interviewed asylum seekers whose application have been rejected in the first instance did participate to a non-completed hearing once.
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