General information - November 2019


Anti-Deportation Campaigns  - November 2019


Anti-Deportation News  - November 2019

Brexit Could Mean Homelessness for EU Children in Care, Says Charity

USA Detains Nearly 70,000 Migrant Children In Record High

False Representations As Grounds For Refusal

USA Detains Nearly 70,000 Migrant Children In Record High

Deportation: Ghosts Of Convictions Past

Death of Immigration Detainee Carlington Spencer - Morton Hall IRC Staff Failures

Asylum Seekers: Home Office Taking 'Substantially Longer' On Claims

Switzerland Would Breach Article 3 by Returning to Afghanistan an Afghan Convert to Christianity

Areas Across UK Would Have Suffered Population Decline Without Immigrants


Legal Articles - UK - Commons/Lords  - ECtHR/European Union - November 2019

Home Secretary V BC - Dismissed

J O v Home Secretary (Deportation for Criminal Conviction - Stopped)

Immigration - Statutory Inquiry Brook House IRC

Detainees With Indefinite Leave To Remain Not Entitled To Home Office Accommodation

Escaped Tamil Prisoners at Risk in Sri Lanka, Court Of Appeal Confirms

Rubi Begum v Home Secretary

Mr SASS v Home Secretary



Continuing Conflicts That Create Refugees - November 2019

Deteriorated Situations: Burkina, Faso, Burundi, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, North Macedonia, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Libya

Conflict Risk Alerts: Democratic Republic of Congo, South Sudan, Guinea-Bissau, Syria, Iraq

In October, Turkey launched a major offensive against Kurdish-led forces in Syria's north east and, though fighting eased mid-month, it could escalate again in coming weeks. In Libya, Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar stepped up airstrikes on forces allied to the UN-backed government and civilian targets. The Yemeni government and southern separatists have a precious opportunity in November to strike a deal and stem hostilities in the south. Political protests paralysed Lebanon and led to deadly violence in Iraq, Ethiopia and Guinea, as well as in the Andes region in Bolivia, Chile and Ecuador. Mexico's government faced a political crisis following a series of high-profile violent incidents. The European Council's widely-criticised decision not to open formal accession talks was a setback for North Macedonia. Sudan's government and armed groups made headway in talks. In contrast, South Sudan's peace deal could collapse and violence resume if President Salva Kiir makes good on his pledge to form a government by 12 November despite objections by rebel leader Riek Machar. Tensions rose in Mozambique as the opposition rejected election results and fighting intensified in the north. Security in both northern Burkina Faso and western Burundi deteriorated, and violence could escalate in eastern DR Congo as the army ramps up its new offensive against armed groups. Guinea-Bissau faced new instability as President José Mário Vaz dissolved the government, raising the risk of protests and violent repression by security forces around November's presidential polls.

https://www.crisisgroup.org/crisiswatch


Essential Tools for Asylum Seekers/Un-DocumentedMigrants/Immigrants/Anti-Deportation Campaigners 2019

US Country Reports on Human Rights Practices

The annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices – the Human Rights Reports – cover internationally recognized individual, civil, political, and worker rights, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international agreements. https://www.state.gov/j/drl/rls/hrrpt/

See also US: International Religious Freedom ReportsTrafficking-in-Person ReportsU.S. Treaty ReportsUniversal Period Review; and the Advancing Freedom and Democracy Reports.

State of the World’s Human Rights - Amnesty International Report 2017/18

UNHCR Protection Manual- as of January 2018

HRW World Report 2018: Demagogues Threaten Human Right



34 Deaths Across the UK Detention Estate - Suicide/Murder/Undetermined