Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel

Reports by ASSAF

ASSAF 365 - Annual Activity Report (2018)

Date: 17.4.19 Source: ASSAF

The ASSAF 365 report displays the broad scope of our work on behalf of asylum seekers throughout 2018.

State Department 2019 Annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report - Input from ASSAF

Date: 20.3.19 Source: ASSAF

2019 Annual Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report - Input from ASSAF - Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel, covering January-December 2018; submitted to the U.S Department of State. 

Report: Where there is No Free Will - Israel's "Voluntary Return" procedure for asylum-seekers

Date: 21.4.15 Source: Assaf & HRM

The report, written coopertively by ASSAF - Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, and the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants, follows and seeks to document the fate of the asylum seekers who have left Israel, allegedly willingly, and returned to their countries of origin or t

Welfare Services for Asylum Seekers - Recommendations Report

Date: 21.11.14 Source: ASSAF & Rupin Academic Center

 A Report by ASSAF and Rupin Academic Center  - recommendations for a policy: welfare services for asylum seekers in Israel.

“We are Also Human Beings” Survivors of Torture Camps in Sinai

Date: 2.11.14 Source: ASSAF
Asylum seekers who are victims of human trafficking and torture – women, men and even children who suffered some of the most dreadful torments, ones that words cannot fully describe, and who were victims of some of the most severe crimes that can be made towards human beings – now live in Israel. These victims carry terrible physical and mental scars, and need specialized support and care. The purpose of this report is to draw a picture of the state of these victims, as characterized by ASSAF’s professional team, and the support they receive from our organization.

The Face of ASSAF - Annual Report 2013

Date: 5.6.14 Source: ASSAF

 Learn about our projects and achievements for 2013 and the people behind it

Asylum Seekers in Israel Lacking Access to Welfare Services

Date: 1.6.14 Source: ASSAF
April 2014 report. "Since 2007, the non-profit ASSAF - Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel - has provided psychosocial assistance to asylum seekers and refugees in Israel and worked to promote their rights in the public sphere. A significant part of the NGO’s work is devoted to providing direct assistance to men, women and children, including those who find themselves in difficult emotional, physical and/or social situations. Over the years, the organization’s staff has been in contact with thousands of refugees all over Israel, and the organization is one of the main pillars of support for asylum seekers."

Work Permits for Victims of Trafficking and Slavery

Date: 10.7.13 Source: ASSAF
Position paper - submitted to the Sub-Committee against trafficking in women and prostitution by the Hotline for Migrant Workers and Assaf (Hebrew)


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