Freeman, George Reginald. “Unveiling the Unspoken Lens of Reality.” Barcelona: Pride Equality International, 2017.
- Category: Reports
- Source: UNHCR,NGOs
- Subject: Trans woman,Xenophobia,Asylum/Refugee,Bisexual,Discrimination,Gay,Gender Identity,Homophobia,Homosexuality,Law/Legistation,LGBTI,Religion,UNHCR,Sexual Orientation,Transgender,Transphobia,Violence
- Place: Africa,Burkina Faso,Cameroon,Guinea,Kenya,Mali,Nigeria,Senegal,Sierra Leone
- Year: 2017
- File: PEI-UnveilingUnspokenLensReality_-Eng.pdf
PEI’s African asylum seekers and refugee project, conducted a survey in order to determine the kind of difficulties faced by African asylum seekers and refugees from across Africa in Barcelona, Spain. Below is a summary of the findings from these surveys made from February to August 2017 gathered from 50 African asylum seekers, migrants and refugees including LGBTQI people from different countries of Africa, living in Barcelona, Spain or transiting in Barcelona to other European countries. This survey targeted African asylum seekers, migrants and refugees between the ages of 18 to 50 years. The present report is based on the in-depth interviews with this selection of African asylum seekers, migrants and refugees living in Barcelona, most of which are from Burkina Faso, Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, Cameroon, Kenya, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Sudan and Morrocco etc.