No Going Back

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No Going Back is an organisation that works to prevent LGBT asylum seekers being returned to countries where they could be in danger because of their sexual orientation. It was founded in 2012, and takes its name from a document published by Stonewall in 2010, which reported that gay asylum seekers who had been raped, tortured and threatened with death because of their sexual orientation in their home country were being routinely deported because of systemic discrimination in the UK asylum system.

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