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Rights in Exile, IRRI's refugee legal aid newsletter, is a monthly publication that provides news and discussion on the provision of refugee legal aid globally.
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IRRI May 18
tells from residing at Dukwi refugee camp to leave by July 11. Since the Dec 2015 cessation, 42 refugees returned to Namibia & after the clearance was announced in Dec 2017 approx 20 repatriated
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IRRI RightsInExile May 1
Our May 2018 issue of Rights In Exile is out - please read, share and contribute!
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Circumventing or Fighting “Illegal Migration”? by Nula Frei
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Female denied the right to pass citizenship to children in ’s proposed law
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New Index reveals protection gaps across and points to a better approach
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: Government Defies Court on Reinstates Containment Policy That Keeps People Trapped
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Asylum Access legal team wins groundbreaking African Court ruling
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Agreement For Better Access To Legal Aid For Refugees In Malaysia - The following statement was released...
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Congolese com'nity in calls for urgent int'l action in response to violent attacks on
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UNHCR calls for calm and restraint after camp protests
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NGO rescue boat is held by Italian authorities after refusing to cooperate with Libyan coastguard
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Supporting in : EUR 180 million in emergency support
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Situation for in remains critical despite promises ...
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and agree on voluntary returns framework for when decide conditions are right
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Book review: Protecting Persons: Implementation of 1951 Convention
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Home Office has relapsed in treatment of refugee children, inspection finds #...
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