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
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Deported to the Unknown: Published December 2015 Download the full report hereContinue 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
A new report (available in Hebrew) from The Hotline for Refugees and Migrants and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) exposes an alarming increase in the number of cases of violence by immigration officers against...Continue reading
This coming Thursday, October 15, screenings of the movie Hotline will begin at the Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Sderot Cinemateques. The movie, directed by Silvina Landsman, documents the work of the Hotline for Refugees and Migrants activists...Continue reading
The pressure exerted on asylum-seekers in Israel is multifaceted and includes bureaucratic hurdles and abuse by the Ministry of Interior, which make the lives of asylum-seekers outside of detention in Israel very difficult. Haile (not her real...Continue reading