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ACESO – Access to early protection and rehabilitation services right on arrival in the EU

The Hungarian Helsinki Committee implemented the ACESO project between April 2015 and May 2017. Together with the Cordelia Foundation, the Croatian Law Centre, the Foundation for Access to Rights, the Assistance Centre for Torture Survivors and the Greek Council for Refugees, the consortium provided complex legal and rehabilitation services to hundreds of victims of torture in Hungary, Bulgaria, Croatia and Greece.

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Best Interest Out of Sight: The Treatment of Asylum Seeking Children in Hungary

The Hungarian Helsinki Committee's unique report is the first that solely focuses on the situation of asylum seeking children in Hungary. From the moment of lodging an asylum application to the final stages of the asylum procedure and the early stages of integration, the report explains the legal and institutional context in which asylum seeking children, including unaccompanied children live their everyday lives.

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The Refugee Law Reader

The Refugee Law Reader is a comprehensive on-line model curriculum for the study of the complex and rapidly evolving field of international refugee law. The Reader provides sections on international and regional frameworks of refugee law, covering Africa, the Americas, Asia and Europe. The Reader is aimed for the use of professors, lawyers, advocates, and students across a wide range of national jurisdictions.

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