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Annual report for 2023

March 2024, and it almost feels too early to reflect on 2023, as the year still lingers with us, overshadowed by sadness, grief, and a profound sense of injustice. The Israeli-Hamas war continues to have tragic consequences for Israeli society, including dozens of migrants and asylum seekers who have been kidnapped, wounded or killed.

2023 was a year filled with both real threats to the rights of migrants and profound achievements made by the Hotline in the face of these challenges.

We uncovered a new trend in human trafficking: Ethiopian women who fled the civil war in the Tigray region and arrived in Jordan towork in domestic labor.

We obtained official recognition for 29 survivors of Trafficking in Persons (TIP) whom we identified, providing them with access to shelter and rehabilitation.

We obtained the release of 17 clients from immigration detention.

We moderated a six-month art workshop for asylum-seeking painters, culminating in a six-week-long exhibition at the French Institute’s gallery in Tel Aviv.

And so much more. Read our full annual activity report


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