Bosnia and Herzegovina – Human Rights Ombudsman – COVID-19 Survey Response

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Human Rights Ombudsman’s official response to the Global Detention Project’s COVID-19 survey. The GDP submitted information requests to government agencies, international organisations, National Human Rights Institutions, and NGOs requesting information pertaining to the treatment of immigration detainees during the pandemic. Responses were documented on our COVID-19 Immigration Detention Platform. More information about Bosnia […]

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Austria – Ministry of Interior – COVID-19 Survey Response

The Austrian Ministry of Interior’s (Bundesministerium für Inneres) official response to the Global Detention Project’s COVID-19 survey. The GDP submitted information requests to government agencies, international organisations, National Human Rights Institutions, and NGOs requesting information pertaining to the treatment of immigration detainees during the pandemic. Responses were documented on our COVID-19 Immigration Detention Platform. More information […]

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Azerbaijan – State Migration Service – COVID-19 Survey Response

Azerbaijan’s State Migration Service’s official response to the Global Detention Project’s COVID-19 survey. The GDP submitted information requests to government agencies, international organisations, National Human Rights Institutions, and NGOs requesting information pertaining to the treatment of immigration detainees during the pandemic. Responses were documented on our COVID-19 Immigration Detention Platform. More information about Azerbaijan’s treatment of […]

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Argentina – Procuración Penitenciaria de la Nación (PPN) – COVID-19 Survey

The Argentinian prison ombudsman’s (Procuración Penitenciaria de la Nación – PPN) official response to the Global Detention Project’s COVID-19 survey. The GDP submitted information requests to government agencies, international organisations, National Human Rights Institutions, and NGOs requesting information pertaining to the treatment of immigration detainees during the pandemic. Responses were documented on our COVID-19 Immigration […]

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Belarus – Deputy Minister of the Interior Ministry – COVID-19 Survey Response

Belarus: Aleksandr Barsukov’s (Deputy Minister of the Interior Ministry) official response to the Global Detention Project’s COVID-19 survey, jointly submitted with Human Constanta. The GDP submitted information requests to government agencies, international organisations, National Human Rights Institutions, and NGOs requesting information pertaining to the treatment of immigration detainees during the pandemic. Responses were documented on our COVID-19 Immigration Detention […]

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Global Detention Project Submission concerning the Global Compact for Safe Orderly and Regular Migration

The GDP submitted comments to the UN Special Representative for International Migration as part of the preparatory phase for the Secretary-General’s report on the Global Compact for Migration. The submission focuses on immigration detention, improved transparency and data collection on the human rights of migrants, and concerns about the human rights commitments of international organizations involved in global migration governance. […]

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Slovakian Ministry of Interior – Access to Information Requests, 14.05.2015

The Slovakian Ministry of Interior’s official responses to information requests submitted by the Global Detention Project and Access Info Europe in 2013 as part of a joint project to map access to migration-related detention data in several dozen countries in Europe and North America. The results of the investigation were reported in the joint publication, […]

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Dutch Custodial Institutions Agency – Access to Information Request, 24.12.2013

The Dutch Custodial Institutions Agency’s official response to an information request submitted by the Global Detention Project and Access Info Europe in 2013 as part of a joint project to map access to migration-related detention data in several dozen countries in Europe and North America. The results of the investigation were reported in the joint […]

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Maltese Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security – Access to Information Requests, 30.10.2013

The Maltese Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security’s official responses to an information request submitted by the Global Detention Project and Access Info Europe in 2013 as part of a joint project to map access to migration-related detention data in several dozen countries in Europe and North America. The results of the investigation were […]

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