The PRO ASYL advi­so­ry coun­cil brings toge­ther mem­bers of church­es, tra­de uni­ons, wel­fa­re agen­ci­es and human rights orga­ni­sa­ti­ons, along with refu­gee coun­cils in the dif­fe­rent federal sta­tes. They belie­ve that a demo­cra­tic and huma­ne socie­ty has a duty to pro­tect refu­gees and per­se­cu­t­ed indi­vi­du­als. It was foun­ded in 1986.

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PRO ASYL-Cam­pai­gn against rasicsm, 2014. Pho­to: flickr / DJ NST

The mem­bers of the PRO ASYL advi­so­ry coun­cil rep­re­sent a broad soci­al spec­trum, dealing in-dep­th with ques­ti­ons of asyl­um law and refu­gee poli­cy. It initia­tes cam­pai­gns and public dis­cus­sions on important issu­es.

The PRO ASYL Advisory Council

Infor­ma­ti­on about mem­bers of the advi­so­ry coun­cil (in Ger­man)