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About Alasdair Stuart

Alasdair Stuart is a researcher specialising in working with disadvantaged and marginalised communities. Originally from Scotland he is now based in London and works at MBARC, a research consultancy focussed on tackling social exclusion. He has extensive experience of conducting research with asylum seekers and refugees, including a study examining the impact of 'legacy' asylum cases in Scotland and an evaluation of the Refugee Integration and Employment Service (RIES). He recently authored Over Not Out Refreshed, an update on progress against the original recommendations of the Over Not Out Report, the first comprehensive study of issues facing LGBTI asylum seekers.

 

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Francesc Badia i Dalmases is Editor and Director of democraciaAbierta.

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Double jeopardy: LGBTI refugees in Britain

Issues facing LGBTI refugees are receiving unprecedented attention in Britain yet many still face a ‘double jeopardy’ of racism and homophobia. We need to make the most of the current support for LGBTI rights in order to ensure long-lasting change.

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