General information - May 2021
Thousands of Asylum Seekers Left Unable to Afford Food
'Enough is Enough': Patel's Message to Deportation Disruptors
Home Office Must Compensate Trafficked Women for Lack of Childcare
Dozens of Vulnerable Asylum Seekers Wrongly Placed in Napier Barracks
Children Speak of Sickness and Neglect In US Asylum Camps
Glasgow Politicians call on Home Office to Halt Immigration Raids
UK Asylum Seekers at ‘Unprecedented’ Risk of Suicide Amid Deportation Threat
Home Office Rush to Deport Asylum Seekers Before Brexit Was ‘Inhumane’
Home Office Ordered to Move Torture Victim out of ‘Prison-Like’ Hotel
Sam Louis Unlawfully Detained over three Years Due to ‘Repeated Failures’ by Home Office
Government Asylum Plans Attacked as ‘Cruel and Unfair’
UK Court Clears Iranian Asylum Seeker of Smuggling
What’s Behind the UK’s Harsh Post-Brexit Asylum Overhaul?
EU Countries Snub Priti Patel’s Plans to Return Asylum Seekers
Police Release Men From Immigration Van Blocking Glasgow Street
Anti-Deportation Protesters Block Immigration Van From Leaving Glasgow Street
Patel’s Asylum Plans ‘Serious Threat’ to Rule Of Law - ‘Undermine Access To Justice’
Early Day Motion 7 - Undocumented Migrants
UK-India Migration Deal
Right to Remain Toolkit - A Guide to the UK Immigration and Asylum System
Congolese Man Unlawfully Detained for Three and a Half Years
New Plan for Immigration: the Proposed Changes to Nationality Law
Immigration System Failure: Where Did It All Go Wrong?
Fresh Blow to “No Recourse to Public Funds” Scheme
Stripping Someone of Refugee Status Doesn’t Mean They Can be Deported
Over 2,000 Refugees Die After EU State Pushbacks
Continuing Conflicts That Create Refugees - May 2021
Deteriorated Situations, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Benin, Nigeria, India (non-Kashmir), Pakistan, Northern Ireland, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Venezuela, Israel/Palestine.
Conflict Risk Alerts for May: Chad, Somalia, Afghanistan
Crisi Watch monthly conflict tracker notes deteriorations in 14 countries and conflict areas in April: Violent unrest erupted in capital Belfast and other cities against backdrop of rising unionist anger over controversial Northern Ireland Protocol. Violence further intensified across Nigeria, notably in Borno and Zamfara states, leaving hundreds killed and tens of thousands displaced. In Ethiopia, intercommunal clashes escalated in several regions, notably in the Amhara region and in the Afar-Somali disputed area. Tensions between Caracas and Bogotá grew as Venezuela’s military and Colombian guerrilla groups clashed at the border. Maoist militants in India launched their deadliest ambush on security forces in four years. Fighting flared on the Kyrgz-Tajik border, killing dozens.
Read more: International Crisis Group