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The state of emergency President Nicolás Maduro declared days ago for the Venezuelan border area should have raised red flags internationally. But it didn’t, and credible allegations of human rights violations are on the rise.
 
 The emergency…
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“If I looked nice, he hit me,” Ana L., a mother of five in Colombia, told me. Ana (not her real name) detailed years of abuse by her partner. He beat her when she was pregnant, and hit her head so hard that she suffered permanent vision damage. She sought…
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  “If I looked nice, he hit me,” Ana L., a mother of five in Colombia, told me. Ana (not her real name) detailed years of abuse by her partner. He beat her when she was pregnant, and hit her head so hard that she suffered permanent vision damage. She…
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(Moscow, February 1, 2012) - The Ukrainian authorities should immediately stop police harassment and threats against Somali asylum seekers held at the Zhuravychi Migrant Accommodation Centre, Human Rights Watch said today. In a letter sent to the…
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KIEV, Ukraine — In recent years we have all discovered that law-based, civilized societies have used torture against terrorism suspects. Still, when I went to Ukraine in June to investigate the treatment of migrants, I did not expect to find torture. We…
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The year's end will be the first anniversary of an agreement between the European Union and Ukraine to take back "third country nationals" who cross borders without permission. Readmission agreements are a cornerstone of the EU's strategy to stop the…
Report

 
 Buffeted in the Borderland
 The Treatment of Asylum Seekers and Migrants in Ukraine
 Map of
 Ukraine
 I. Summary
 Detention of
 Migrants
 Ukraine’s
 Dysfunctional Asylum System
 Unaccompanied
 Children…
Report

 
 Ukraine:
 On the Margins
 Rights Violations against Migrants and Asylum Seekers at
 the New Eastern Border of the European Union
 Executive
 Summary
 Key
 Recommendations
 Background
 Migration
 Trends…