The PROTECT-ABLE project aims at disseminating, through training, lobbying, networking and communication a process of early screening and orientation for asylum seekers suffering from consequences of traumatic experiences (torture, rape, serious forms of physical, psychological or sexual violence), in order to encourage the Member States to comply with the European directives on asylum.

It also aims at developing a good practice in the registration process of asylum seekers by implementing an evaluation tool for vulnerable asylum seekers.

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The PROTECT-ABLE project has a website!

published on 02/01/13

One of the important aspect of the project being the dissemination of the PROTECT tool and process, the partners have de…

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PROTECT ABLE final conference at the European parliament

published on 03/17/14

The new EU asylum package and the Identification of vulnerable asylum seekers – 20th March 2014, European Parli

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European Migration Network conference on 29th of November 2012

published on 01/16/13

The french Partners of the project have been invited to participate to the third national conference of the French cont…

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  • The PROTECT and PROTECT-ABLE projects have been financialy supported by the European Commission.