"Credibility Assessment in Asylum Procedures" is a newly available training manual produced by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee. It offers "a framework for developing knowledge, skills and attitude through multidisciplinary learning, which can help asylum professionals to reduce the possibility of errors, reach more objective and fair credibility findings, as well as to apply a more structured approach to credibility assessment." This is the first of two volumes: Anticipated next year, volume 2 "will include specific chapters on language and interpretation; shame, stigma and denial; gender; sexual orientation and gender identity; and children."
Other recent publications include:
Country Guidance in Asylum Cases: Approaches in the UK and Sweden, RLI Working Paper, no. 9 (Refugee Law Initiative, Oct. 2013) [text]
Decision-Making Conditioned by Radical Uncertainty: Credibility Assessment at the Australian Refugee Review Tribunal, Legal Studies Research Paper Series (UTS: Law, Oct. 2013) [text via SSRN]
The 'Left-to-Die Boat' Incident of March 2011: Questions of International Responsibility Arising from the Failure to Save Refugees at Sea, RLI Working Paper, no. 10 (Refugee Law Initiative, Oct. 2013) [text]
"Reflections on the Refugee Protection Regime in Africa:
Challenges and Prospects," University of Botswana Law Journal, vol. 14 (June 2012) [full-text via Pretoria University Law Press]
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Telling Stories from Start to Finish: Exploring the Demand for Narrative in Refugee Testimony, Legal Studies Research Paper Series (UTS: Law, Oct. 2013) [text via SSRN]
- See also related poster.