S Chelvan Comments in The Observer on Gay Asylum Seekers who face 'Humiliation'

Mon, 10 Feb 2014

S Chelvan comments in The Observer on the 'Humiliation' faced by Gay asylum seekers. 

in the article S Chelvan, expert in asylum claims based on sexuality, said the interview, which was conducted with no lawyer present, was "shockingly degrading".

For the full story from The Observer please click on the links below. 

'Home Office wouldn't believe I was gay: how do you prove it?'

Gay asylum seekers face 'humiliation'

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