In 2010, the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants first identified asylum-seekers jailed in Saharonim prison who described enduring torture and being forced to work without pay in Sinai en route to Israel. The Sinai-based smugglers would torture...Continue reading
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Intentional Overcrowding, Insufficient Food, Lack of Interpreters and Lack of Sufficient Access to Health Services and Legal Representation: A New Report From the Hotline29/02/2016
The new monitoring report from the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants assess the four detention facilities which currently hold around 5,000 asylum-seekers and migrants: Saharonim Prison, Givon Prison, the Holot Open-Detention Facility, and the Yahalom Facility located in...Continue reading
A new report from the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI), and Physicians for Human Rights exposes the depth of bureaucracy and systematic human rights violations occuring in the systems...Continue reading
The Labrynth: Migration, Status, and Human Rights– Published December 2015 Download the full report here The Labrynth- (English)Continue reading
Hotline has just published a new follow-up report of evidence collected by two investigators, who we sent this summer to Uganda on a fact finding mission to discover what is happening to asylum-seekers who choose to leave...Continue reading
Deported to the Unknown: Published December 2015 Download the full report hereContinue reading