Mediterranean: Italian Authorities Illegally Returns Asylum Seekers to Greece Investigation Finds, PM Meloni to Visit Libya as So-called Coast Guard Continues Violations, New Frontex Chief Promises to Respect Fundamental Rights Amid Pushback Controversy

Mediterranean: Italian Authorities Illegally Returns Asylum Seekers to Greece Investigation Finds, PM Meloni to Visit Libya as So-called Coast Guard Continues Violations, New Frontex Chief Promises to Respect Fundamental Rights Amid Pushback Controversy

A new investigation find that the Italian authorities illegally returned asylum seekers including minors to Greece and put them in secret jails. Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni to visit Tripoli as the so-called Libyan Coast Guard continues to intercept people on the...
UK: Home Office Under Fire After Hundreds of Asylum-Seeking Children Went Missing from Hotels, Ongoing Channel Arrivals Continue to Prove the Unworkability of Deterrence Policies Amid Renewed Commitment to Hostile Environment Policies

UK: Home Office Under Fire After Hundreds of Asylum-Seeking Children Went Missing from Hotels, Ongoing Channel Arrivals Continue to Prove the Unworkability of Deterrence Policies Amid Renewed Commitment to Hostile Environment Policies

Home Office accused of “dereliction of duty” after 200 child asylum seekers went missing from its hotels amid calls to stop the use of hotels to accommodate them. People continue to risk their lives to reach the UK despite failing deterrence efforts and harsh weather...
UK: Home Office Under Fire After Hundreds of Asylum-Seeking Children Went Missing from Hotels, Ongoing Channel Arrivals Continue to Prove the Unworkability of Deterrence Policies Amid Renewed Commitment to Hostile Environment Policies

UK: Court of Appeal to Reconsider Rwanda Policy While Home Office Stands By It, Doubtful Initiatives to ‘fix’ Broken Asylum System, NGO Rejects Request to Take Down Video of Holocaust Survivor Confronting the Home Secretary

The same judges, who ruled that the Rwanda policy is lawful, granted permission to asylum seekers and one charity to appeal the ruling, while the Home Office expresses readiness to defend the unworkable policy at any appeal hearings. The UK government seeks to ‘fix’...