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UK-Rwanda migrant deal challenges international protection law

    By Cristiano d'Orsi, University of Johannesburg     In late April 2024 the British parliament passed a law – the Safety of Rwanda Act – enabling it to transport migrants arriving in the UK to Rwanda. When the legislation was approved by parliament, there were 52,000 asylum seekers who could potentially be sent to Rwanda. The law has been condemned by a range of UN actors, human rights […]

todayMay 22, 2024 6


Eenauki di dulife po 550 da kwatwako ko matanga eameno lo momeva la Senegal

Omatanga eameno a Senegal okwa lopota akwa tako eenauki di dulife po 550,  oku hovela pe tameko lo mwedi May 2024, odo da li tadi ke ndabala oku fadukapo oku dja moilyolongo yo uninginino wAfrica,  okuya kenenedu la Europe. Eelopota odati,  eenauki oda kwa twako pefimbo lo ikonga yo pa4,  oyo ya li ya unganekwa ketanga leameno lo momeva moshilongo osho. Etanga leameno olati,  pefimbo lo ikonga yali ili metifa […]

todayMay 17, 2024 4


UN migration chief warns about populist electioneering

With 2024 set to see more elections worldwide than any previous year, Amy Pope, who last year became the first woman to head the UN's International Organization for Migration, says increasing anti-migrant rhetoric from politicians seeking to score points is harming societies. Pointing out that the fear-mongering is rarely rooted in what is happening on the ground, Pope told the AFP news agency that some countries where anti-migrant rhetoric is […]

todayMarch 22, 2024 1