DRW’s observations on the situation of disabled asylum seekers in Sweden

Sweden has laws and regulations that are meant to ensure that asylum seekers are guaranteed a legally certain asylum procedure. Everyone is to have their case thoroughly tried by competent authorities. With this perspective Sweden could be seen as a good example compared to other EU countries. However, experiences shared by disabled asylum seekers with … Continue reading DRW’s observations on the situation of disabled asylum seekers in Sweden

Disabled Refugees Welcome mid-project report

Disabled Refugees Welcome (DRW) is a three year project (September 2017 – August 2020), run by the Independent Living Institute and financed by the Swedish Inheritance Fund, Arvsfonden. Arvsfonden is a national fund that administers money for projects targeting children, young people and disabled people. The purpose of the DRW project is to create new … Continue reading Disabled Refugees Welcome mid-project report