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Guinea Immigration Detention

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New asylum applications (2016): 120

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196

Criminal prison population

2017

  • Criminal prison population
NumberObservation Date
1962017
3,8002010
2,5392007
3,0702002
4,0141996


7.1

Percentage of foreign prisoners

2017

  • Percentage of foreign prisoners
PercentageObservation Date
7.12017


10

Prison population rate (per 100,000 of national population)

2017

  • Prison population rate (per 100,000 of national population)
NumberObservation Date
102017
352010
252007
342002
491996



5,057

Refugees

2016

  • Refugees
NumberObservation Date
5,0572016
8,8392015
8,7662014


120

Total number of new asylum applications

2016

  • Total number of new asylum applications
NumberObservation Date
1202016


0

Stateless persons

2016

  • Stateless persons
NumberObservation Date
02016

International Law Expand all

Ratio of relevant international treaties ratified
  13/19
Individual complaints procedure Show sources
NameAcceptance Year
ICCPR, First Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 19661993
CRPD, Optional Protocol to o the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities2008
Ratio of complaints procedures accepted Show sources
NumberObservation Date
2/82017
Relevant recommendations issued by treaty bodies Show sources
NameRecommendation ExcerptRecommendation Year
Committee on Migrant Workers"§22 (a)indicate in its next periodic report the number of migrants, disaggregated by age, sex, nationality and/or origin, who are currently being detained for having violated the law on migration, specifying the location, the average length and conditions of detention and providing information on the number of expulsions and the procedures used; (b)amend act no. l/94/019/ctrn to decriminalize irregular migration, since the committee considers that, in accordance with general comment no. 2 (2013) on the rights of migrant workers in an irregular situation and members of their families, staying in a country in an unauthorized manner or without proper documentation or overstaying a residence permit should not constitute a criminal offence; (c)detain migrant workers for immigration offences only in exceptional circumstances and as a last resort, and ensure in all cases that they are held separately from ordinary prisoners, that women are detained separately from men, that conditions of detention are in conformity with international standards and that alternatives to detention are used for children and their families and for unaccompanied minors;" "§26. 26. the committee recommends that the state party: (a)facilitate access by guinean migrant workers residing abroad to consular and diplomatic assistance from the state party, particularly in cases of detention or expulsion;"2015

Regional legal instruments Show sources
NameYear of Ratification (Treaty) / Transposed (Directive) / Adoption (Regulation)
ACHPR, African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights1982
ACRWC, African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child1999
APRW, Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (Maputo Protocol)2012

Relevant recommendations of the UN Universal Periodic Review Show sources
Recomendation IssuedYear IssuedObservation Date
No20102017
No20152017

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