Primarily intended for interpreters in the asylum procedure, this guide informs interpreters on what to expect when performing their tasks, explains their role and key principles to uphold, and provides guidance on how to interpret in line with international standards.
These four checklists help interpreters working in the asylum procedure to prepare for an assignment and to self-assess their own performance following an interpretation. A specific checklist is dedicated to remote interpretation.
This poster describes ten essential rules to keep in mind when interpreting in the asylum procedure.
Instructions for First Line Officers Working in Reception
These instructions support first line officers in rolling out the pocket books:
Fact Sheet No 16
Based on the Asylum Report 2023, the fact sheet presents developments related to women and girls in the asylum procedure in EU+ countries.
A self-help tool for parents
This pocket book targets applicant parents who see a change in the behaviour of their children, caused by psychological distress or accumulation of trauma. The tool provides basic tips on how to support them in feeling better.
A self-help tool for children
This pocket book targets applicant children who notice a change in their parent’s behaviour due to psychological distress or accumulation of trauma. The tool provides some basic tips on how to stay safe and ask for support.