Publications
Our publications

2021

June
New Plan for Immigration: Response to Stakeholder Questionnaire

2020

September
UKLGIG submission to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration inspection of asylum casework
March
UKLGIG submission to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration inspection of the Home Office’s Presenting Officer function
March
UKLGIG submits evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee COVID-19 inquiry

UKLGIG presented evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee’s Covid-19 inquiry in a joint submission with Asylum Matters, Detention Action, Doctors of the World UK, Freedom From Torture, The No Accommodation Network, Refugee Action, Refugee Council, and the Scottish Refugee Council.

2019

December
HJ (IRAN) AND HT (CAMEROON) in Home Office Country Policy Information Notes on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Gender Expression
September
Lessons not learned

The failures of asylum decision-making in the UK

Front cover of Lessons learnt publication
September
LGBT African asylum seeker research project report
Front of LGBT African asylum seeker research project report
February
UKLGIG submission to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration inspection of ‘Adults at Risk’ in immigration detention

2018

July
Still falling short

The standard of Home Office decision-making in asylum claims based on sexual orientation and gender identity

Front cover of Still falling short report
June
Applying HJ (Iran) and HT (Cameroon) to asylum claims based on sexual orientation
Front cover of Applying HJ Iran and HT Cameroon to to asylum claims based on sexual orientation publication
April
UKLGIG submission to Home Affairs Committee inquiry into Immigration Detention

2017

June
UKLGIG submission to the Independent Chief Inspector on inspection of asylum casework

2016

October
No safe refuge

Experiences of LGBT asylum seekers in detention

Front cover of No safe refuge

2015

September
UKLGIG submission to All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on global LGBT rights

Inquiry into the United Kingdom's stance on international breaches of LGBT rights

August
Submission to women and equalities committee inquiry into trans equality: needs and experiences of trans asylum seekers
May
UKLGIG submission to Shaw investigation

2014

June
Prisoners of words unsaid

Poetry from UKLGIG

2013

September
Missing the Mark

Three and a half years after “Failing the Grade”, Rainbow Migration (then UKLGIG) published a further in-depth report into decision making on LGBTQI+ asylum claims.

Front cover of Missing the Mark report

2010

April
Failing The Grade

Home Office initial decisions on lesbian and gay claims for asylum

Front cover of Failing the grade report