Submission to the independent chief inspector on inspection of asylum casework.

Submission to All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on global LGBT rights


The UK Government has a strong track record of promoting the human rights of LGBTI people at home and abroad. However, the UK can do more and must do better. UKLGIG urges the UK Government to renew its ommitment, engagement and approach including by developing a comprehensive strategy of utilising diplomacy, support and pressure to promote the human rights of LGBTI people around the world.

Submission to women and equality committees inquiry into equality experiences of trans asylum seekers.

Submission to women and equalities committee inquiry into trans equality: needs and experiences of trans asylum seekers


LGBT asylum issues have attracted significant attention in recent years. Despite this, the specific needs and experiences of trans asylum seekers are often neglected.

Submission to shaw investigation.

UKLGIG submission to Shaw investigation


UKLGIG has serious concerns as to the standard of asylum decision making in respect of LGBTI claims, particularly regarding those claims processed via the Detained Fast Track (DFT) system. Furthermore, we are seriously concerned about the increased detention of LGBTI people and the bullying, abuse and harassment experienced by LGBTI people in immigration detention centres in the UK.