Final Synthesis Report on Status Determination, Vulnerability and Rights


Written by Sergio Carrera (CEPS), M Sanjeeb Hossain (University of Oslo / Centre for Peace and Justice (CPJ), BRAC University, Bangladesh) and Lewis Turner (Newcastle University, UK), Fatima Khan (University of Cape Town), Andrew Fallone (University of Cambridge Institute of Criminology), Natália Medina Araújo (Universidade Federal do Oeste da Bahia, Brazil) and İlke Şanlıer Yüksel (Çukurova University, Turkey) / October 2023

This Report presents the final synthesis results and comparative assessment of the country research findings of ASILE Project Work package (WP) 4 titled “Refugee recognition, self-reliance and rights”. WP4 aims at facilitating a better understanding of how refugee and other kinds of ‘protection’ are allocated, and the rights enjoyed by refugees and other beneficiaries of international protection, with particular focus on the right to work. WP4 pays also special attention to the ways in which the notion of “vulnerability” is articulated, assessed and implemented in six country cases and selected asylum governance instruments.