General Information - March 2022
Two Thirds of British People Oppose Government’s Borders Bill
Challenges of Being a foreign National Woman Start In Unwarranted Police Custody
No “Historical Injustice” in Harsh but Correct Refusal of Immigration Application
UK to Criminalise Illicit Refugee Crossings After Commons Rebellion Averted
Blanket Seizures of Migrants’ Mobile Phones Unlawful
Home Office Not Required to Help Work Out Whether a Child is British
Early Day Motion (EDM) 1088: Status Now Campaign
CoA Dismisses Priti Patel’s Appeal In Test Case Brought by a Victim of Modern Slavery
Home Office Refuses to Reveal Results of Consultation on Nationality and Borders Bill
If an Asylum Applicant is Murdered their Appeal is Also Murdered
Refugee Convention was Designed for a Crisis Like the Invasion of Ukraine
Victim of Brutal Domestic Abuse Loses Appeal Against Deprivation of British citizenship
Brook House IRC Inquiry: Senior Staff Knew Custody Officers Were Smuggling
International Agreement Route for Temporary Workers Coming to the UK
Briefing: the (Sorry) State of the UK Asylum System
The Reality of Priti Patel’s “Bespoke” Humanitarian Routes
Ukraine War As of Monday 7th March - UK has Only Granted 50 Ukrainian Refugee Visas
‘Home Office Policy Discriminates Against Women Refugees’
Can Ukrainians Take Refuge in the UK? Immigration Concessions
Home Office Challenge To Sri Lanka Country Guidance Fails
Logistics of Survival: Updated Somalia Country Guidance
High Court Quashes “Clearly Unfair” Local Authority Age Assessment
Deteriorated Situations: Chad, Zimbabwe, Guinea-Bissau, Libya
Serious Deterioration: Ukraine, Belarus
Improved Situations: none - Resolution Opportunities: None
Conflict Risk Alerts for March: Zimbabwe, Ukraine, Iran, Libya
Moscow launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine, forcing hundreds of thousands to flee. As Russian forces continue their assault in the face of resistance, the conflict could further intensify, with major repercussions beyond Ukraine’s borders.
Marathon negotiations involving Iran, the U.S. and other world powers reached an inflection point that will determine whether the 2015 nuclear deal is revived or collapses.
After Libya’s eastern-based parliament announced it had appointed a new prime minister and approved his cabinet, the country faces a high risk of institutional division with two rival governments vying for power.
Deadly political violence in Zimbabwe, which erupted in February, could escalate around by-elections scheduled for 26 March.
A controversial phone call discussing plans to destabilise Chad surfaced on social media, fuelling tensions between N’djamena and Bangui, and straining progress to hold a pre-dialogue initiative between Chadian authorities and armed groups.
Gunfire near the government palace in Guinea-Bissau gave rise to competing narratives and exposed the fragility of President Sissoco Embaló’s seat.
Aside from the conflict situations we regularly assess, we tracked notable developments in Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Nile Waters.
Read more: International Crisis Group, https://rb.gy/uerrfx