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Étiquette : Deportation

La procédure de consultation sur les modifications apportées à la Loi fédérale sur les étrangers (LEtr) vient de se terminer. Elle a permis aux milieux intéressés de se prononcer sur les adaptations envisagées. La nouvelle loi qui doit encore être…

Renvoi Dublin : le cauchemar d’une famille afghane — Le temps des réfugiés

Amnesty international s’insurge avec raison contre l’acharnement des autorités suisses à vouloir forcer le renvoi d’une famille afghane vers la Norvège. C’était au début du mois d’octobre.  Cette famille afghane vivant dans le canton de Zoug s’est opposée à son…

The Swiss refugee authorities say deportations of rejected Tamil asylum seekers to Sri Lanka have been temporarily suspended following reports of arrests and after international criticism of the military’s increasing influence on the country’s leadership. The late move was taken…

ECRE weekly bulletin, 14 June 2013. The new joint ECtHR-FRA handbook provides practical guidance on European asylum, borders and immigration law. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) have launched their Handbook on…

In Switzerland the detention of rejected asylum-seekers before deportation is a general practice, but the new asylum law will allow the routine detention with no certainty as to the possible execution of their deportation. The detention of illegal immigrants and…

Writing in The Guardian and in La Tribune de Genève (today) as the UN Human Rights Council session takes place  in Geneva, Archbishop Tutu and Mary Robinson say it is not just Sri Lanka’s people that the Council must serve…

According to Human Rights Watch, Sri Lankan security forces have been using rape and other forms of sexual violence to torture suspected members or supporters of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). The report was released on 26 February…

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