Grenada

Not Available

Immigration detainees

2019

Not Available

Detained children

2017

7,124

International migrants

2019

113,094

Population

2020

Overview

Types of facilities used for migration-related detention
Administrative Ad Hoc Criminal Unknown

05 September 2020

An Aerial View of St. Georges, the Capital of Grenada, (Britannica,
An Aerial View of St. Georges, the Capital of Grenada, (Britannica, "No New COVID-19 Cases as Grenada Eases Curfew Measures," Carribean Business Report, 20 April 2020, https://caribbeanbusinessreport.com/news/no-new-covid-19-cases-as-grenada-eases-curfew-measures/)

With 24 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in total since the beginning of the pandemic, Grenada was on full lock-down for a week in April. The country now allows entry on the island from other low-risk and medium-risk countries. Travelers coming from these countries are required to present a certified copy of a negative COVID-19 test. Grenada is not a party to the 1951 Refugee Convention, and has no formal policy regarding refugees. The GDP was unable to confirm if any measures had been taken for asylum-seekers during the pandemic.


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ENFORCEMENT DATA

Total Detainees/ Stock & Flow (Year)
Not Available
2019
Total Number of Children Placed in Immigration Detention (Year)
Not Available
2017
Criminal Prison Population (Year)
465
2016
Percentage of Foreign Prisoners (Year)
3.1
2014
Prison Population Rate (per 100,000 of National Population)
435
2016

POPULATION DATA

Population (Year)
113,094
2020
International Migrants (Year)
7,124
2019
New Asylum Applications (Year)
0
2016

SOCIO-ECONOMIC DATA & POLLS

B. Attitudes and Perceptions

MIGRATION-RELATED DETENTION

LEGAL & REGULATORY FRAMEWORK

GROUNDS FOR MIGRATION-RELATED DETENTION

LENGTH OF MIGRATION-RELATED DETENTION

MIGRATION-RELATED DETENTION INSTITUTIONS

PROCEDURAL STANDARDS & SAFEGUARDS

DETENTION MONITORS

TRANSPARENCY

READMISSION/RETURN/EXTRADITION AGREEMENTS

COVID-19

HEALTH CARE

COVID-19 DATA

INTERNATIONAL TREATIES

International Treaties Ratified
Ratification Year
Observation Date
CAT, Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment
2019
2019
CRPD, Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
2014
2014
ICERD, International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
2013
2013
CTOCSP, Protocol against the Smuggling of Migrants by Land, Sea and Air, supplementing the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organized Crime
2004
2004
CTOCTP, Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children
2004
2004
VCCR, Vienna Convention on Consular Relations
1992
1992
ICCPR, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
1991
1991
ICESCR, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
1991
1991
CEDAW, Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women
1990
1990
CRC, Convention on the Rights of the Child
1990
1990
Ratio of relevant international treaties ratified
Ratio: 10/19
Ratio of Complaints Procedures Accepted
Observation Date
0/6
0/6

NON-TREATY-BASED INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS MECHANISMS

Relevant Recommendations from the UN Universal Periodic Review
Observation Date
No 2010
2017
No 2015

REGIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS MECHANISMS

Regional Legal Instruments
Year of Ratification (Treaty) / Transposed (Directive) / Adoption (Regulation)
Observation Date
ACHR, American Convention on Human Rights 1978
1978
CBDP, Inter-American Convention on the Prevention, Punishment and Eradication of Violence against Women (Convention of Belem do Para) 2000
2000

GOVERNANCE SYSTEM

Legal Tradition(s)
Common law
2017

DETENTION COSTS

OUTSOURCING

FOREIGN SOURCES OF FUNDING FOR DETENTION OPERATIONS