The ASILE project is composed by an interdisciplinary Consortium of 13 participants that brings together an outstanding network of academic experts on Asylum and related issues and of the EU policymaking mechanisms. Consortium members have been selected on the basis of their sound experience on asylum and apply the highest standard of academic excellence and stakeholder engagement.
The Consortium brings together international research universities and think tanks, as well as an international nongovernmental organisation, such as DRC, and the global organisation – UNHCR.
Additionally, ASILE counts with the active participation of a Civil Society Group involving at the moment 10 organisations. The ASILE Civil Society Group is chaired by DRC, playing a consultative role during key phases of the project, and engaged in feasibility of various policy recommendations.
We welcome those Civil Society Organizations working on the ASILE fields to join us and collaborate with us. If you are interested you can contact us via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Each organization would provide their inputs based on their topic of expertise.
In order to complete the Network, ASILE brings an International Advisory Academic Board that includes well-known academics from the various countries working directly on the relevant fields of the ASILE project.
In overall, the already existing network established by the ASILE project (including consortium members and members of the advisory board) will form the basis for the future establishment of a Global Academic Association on Refugee Studies.