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Rights in Exile, AMERA International's Refugee Legal Aid platform, serves to advance refugees' access to legal aid, globally.
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APRRN Aug 5
Thousands of living in are descending into poverty because they're not eligible for the government's wage subsidies during . Families who worker & paid taxes for years are now unable to put food on the table.
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Najeeba Wazefadost Aug 5
Please read our article ohow the international refugee system must recognise & support leadership and refugee-led organisations, during & beyond the pandemic:
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Rights In Exile Jun 7
The Rights in Exile Newsletter for June 2020 is available: Thanks goes to chief editor Fiona McKinnon and her editorial team for their hard work!
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Mr Hwacha Jun 2
Read Our Latest Issue! Under the publications section, there is an interesting article on the applicability of the UN Global Compact on Refugees in Sub-saharan Africa. Enjoy!
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AMERA International Jun 4
AMERA International is hiring! We are looking for a business development consultant for Refugee Information Processing System (RIPS). Full details/how to apply at We have two other opportunities - come and join us!
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Rights In Exile May 27
Call for trustees! AMERA International is looking for new trustees who are committed to the application of refugee legal aid and who bring dedication, enthusiasm and energy to help move our charity forward.
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Rights In Exile May 26
Another position: We are looking for a Business Development Consultant for AMERA International Support caseworkers through technology.
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Rights In Exile May 26
We are recruiting! Rights in Exile Programme Coordinator, application deadline: 27 June 2020. This is a chance to support refugees.
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Rights In Exile May 22
Thanks so much for your expertise is so grateful to you and all our country of origin (COI) experts - who are listed by country here
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Rights In Exile May 18
A new movement in Europe (Europe Must Act) is demanding that cities welcome refugees amid COVID-19 -19
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Rights In Exile May 18
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APRRN Mar 18
is building a databank of articles, editorials, & advocacy statements on affecting & other migrants. Summary reports will be shared, in hope to be of use for advocacy going forward. To contribute: Database:
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Rights In Exile May 6
Zut alors!
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RefugeeStudiesCentre May 6
Thank you to everyone for joining us for our first webinar. Next week Bahati Ghislain from Kintsugi (Nairobi), Robert Hakiza from YARID (Kampala) and Janemary Ruhundwa from Dignity Kwanza (Dar es Salaam) will discuss refugee-led responses in urban contexts
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Rights In Exile May 6
For a great list of free training courses/videos/lectures in international refugee law, refugee status and human rights, look no further than the Rights in Exile training page on our website:
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Rights In Exile May 5
The May 2020 Rights in Exile newsletter is out! Produced by the International Refugee Rights Initiative.
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APRRN May 1
Breaking: Following the appalling statement released by MOHA on , massive crackdowns of migrants are reported by communities this afternoon.
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Rights In Exile Apr 29
AMERA International () has taken over management of the Rights in Exile website, offering a one-stop shop for free essential legal resources for refugee lawyers and refugees. We host tens of 1000s of visitors monthly & network advocates globally.
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Rights In Exile Apr 16
Hello everyone! RIGHTS IN EXILE is back up and running on Twitter! We need to ensure basic access to protection now more than ever.
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Rights In Exile Dec 1
US judge blocks ban on asylum for immigrants waiting in Mexico - The following news story was written by Bianca Bruno. It was originally published on 19 November 2019 by Courthouse News Service. The federal government can’t employ bait-and-switch...
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