Download the full report by clicking here December 2016 Reappears: New Testimonies from Sinai by Hotline for Refugees and Migrants – Israel on ScribdContinue reading
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The 2015 Annual Trafficking Report from the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants, released for Passover, reports on 28 individual victims of trafficking and slavery who were identified by the NGO, as well the resumption of trafficking of...Continue reading
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
The government has decided to move forward with its decision to bring in 20,000 Chinese construction workers to the country without a bilateral trade agreement. These trade agreements ensure that foreign workers receive the same rights and...Continue reading
By Prof. Naomi Chazan, Hotline for Refugees and Migrants Board member Contemporary Israel is one big bundle of contradictions: it is often as uplifting as it is off-putting; as compassionate as it is oppressive; as humane as...Continue reading
A joint project of the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel. Duration of the project: January 2014 – December 2015. The Removing Barriers Project aims to...Continue reading