Become a monthly donor, with our holistic aid package!
Thank you for your interest in supporting Fenix — our work would not be possible without the donations of people like you. Each package also comes with a downloadable certificate, perfect for giving as a gift to loved ones.
Holistic Aid Package:
Holistic legal aid is at the very heart of what we stand for here at Fenix. Legal representation, on its own, is not enough to provide access to a dignified asylum system. Mental health and psychological support in the form of group spaces and individual sessions, coupled with information sessions and a protection team who advocates for people to receive the services they need, all come together alongside our strategic impact litigation work and capacity bridging activities. As a whole, our services seek to not only ensure a just outcome for those navigating the asylum process, but also to equip people with resources, tools and information. In doing so, our clients are meaningfully empowered to make their own decisions and access their rights, and the barriers that prevent them from having real and effective access to the right to seek asylum can be successfully navigated. By choosing this package, you are choosing multidisciplinary, integrated legal aid.
About Fenix Legal Aid
Fenix was founded by 5 young professionals who believed that a holistic approach to legal aid is necessary in humanitarian contexts. Today, Fenix has over 45 staff members who provide legal, protection and mental health services to people who are seeking international protection. Fenix has partnerships with law firms and universities around the world that provide remote research, advocacy and litigation support. Our vision is a just and equitable European asylum system that treats people with dignity, upholds their rights, and offers them the information, tools and knowledge to navigate their own lives and futures. Our multidisciplinary team of volunteers combines experience in international, European and refugee law, psychology, social work, anthropology, gender, cultural mediation, child protection, trafficking, FGM, advocacy and communications, human rights and women's rights and field work in refugee camps worldwide.