ASYFAIR is impact-oriented
ASYFAIR collects first-hand qualitative and quantitative data that will be published in academic journals and discussed at academic conferences. In addition, as the study aims to improve asylum adjudication, we use anonymised data to present to policy makers, the public and the media. The aim is to disseminate the results to a wide audience ranging from academic communities like geographers, legal and border scholars, and social scientists, as well as to policy makers and activists working in border control, asylum determination and asylum adjudication.
Although we expect the final results of the project to be made available in 2020/2021, we are already participating in conferences and workshops, as well as publish articles and blogs.
In this section, you can find details on the output of the research: