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Deportation of South Sudanese from Israel

Date: 10.9.13 Source: FMR MAGAZINE
Israel’s aggressive campaign of arrest and deportation of South Sudanese asylum seekers contravenes the principle of non-refoulement and international standards for voluntary, dignified return. By Laurie Lijnders, FMR MAGAZINE (English)

Work Permits for Victims of Trafficking and Slavery

Date: 10.7.13 Source: ASSAF
Position paper - submitted to the Sub-Committee against trafficking in women and prostitution by the Hotline for Migrant Workers and Assaf (Hebrew)

Welfare services for migrant workers and the status-less

Date: 1.7.13 Source: Knesset research center

Report of the Knesset Center for Research and Information. Author: Neta Moshe. This document was prepared for a session of the Special Committee on the Migrant Workers Problem at which the Minister of Welfare and Social Services, MK Meir Cohen, surveyed services (Hebrew) 

Procedure for Obtaining Refugee Status in Israel

Date: 18.6.13 Source: Knesset research center

This document presents a study of asylum-seekers with physical disabilities and those suffering from psychiatric disorders, on the basis of Assaf's accumulated experience (Hebrew) 

Position Paper on Disabled Asylum Seekers

Date: 14.6.13 Source: ASSAF

This document presents a study of asylum-seekers with physical disabilities and those suffering from psychiatric disorders, on the basis of Assaf's accumulated experience. 

Welfare and Health services for status-less women, victims of sexual and physical abuse, 4.6.13

Date: 4.6.13 Source: Knesset research center
Report of the Knesset Center for Research and Information, submitted to the Special Committee on the Migrant Workers Problem and the Committee for Public Petitions. Author: Neta Moshe. (Hebrew)

Status-less Minors in Israel

Date: 11.5.13 Source: State Comptroller's report

In May 2013, the State Comptroller's report included his opinion on treatment of status-less minors (Hebrew).

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