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Welfare Services for Asylum Seekers - Recommendations Report

Date: 21.11.14 Source: ASSAF & Rupin Academic Center

 A Report by ASSAF and Rupin Academic Center  - recommendations for a policy: welfare services for asylum seekers in Israel.

Comptroller report

Israeli Comptroller report 2014 criticizing state`s policy regarding Foreigners Not Subject to Deportation.

Asylum Seekers in Israel Lacking Access to Welfare Services

Date: 1.6.14 Source: ASSAF
April 2014 report. "Since 2007, the non-profit ASSAF - Aid Organization for Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Israel - has provided psychosocial assistance to asylum seekers and refugees in Israel and worked to promote their rights in the public sphere. A significant part of the NGO’s work is devoted to providing direct assistance to men, women and children, including those who find themselves in difficult emotional, physical and/or social situations. Over the years, the organization’s staff has been in contact with thousands of refugees all over Israel, and the organization is one of the main pillars of support for asylum seekers."

Comptroller: AG must review Israel's position on asylum seekers

Date: 14.5.14 Source: Haaretz, Ilan Lior
Joseph Shapira slams Israel for failing to provide basic needs of foreign nationals who cannot be deported.

Asylum Seekers in Israel Lacking Access to Welfare Services

Date: 5.5.14 Source: ASSAF
A Situation Report from ASSAF Israel 2014. At ASSAF we witness the harmful consequences of the Welfare Ministry’s policy toward asylum seekers every day. As long as there is no reaction from the official authorities we will continue to issue constant warnings about their difficult and worsening situation. Providing access to public welfare services is critical to ensuring that the basic rights of asylum seekers are protected and to their rehabilitation in a way that will benefit them and those around them in Israeli society.

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) 

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)

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