With the termination of Title 42 this week, Project HOPE anticipates greatly increased health and humanitarian needs for migrant guests arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Jesuit Service for Migrants, in its report ‘Where oblivion lives’, points out that rights and guarantees violations in border control operations in the Spanish southern border are linked to obstacles to requesting international protection through legal channels.
Andrés García: "What is generated by the Immigration Detention Centres is more social damage than control of the migratory flow"
Several entities throughout Spain, including Irídia, are demanding the permanent closure of the Immigration Detention Centres once the confinement is over, as well as an end to deportations.
They report the vulnerability experienced by this group, which also suffer from labour exploitation and have difficulty in accessing public services and resources during the current health emergency.
‘Vincle’ is the Catalan word for ‘bounding’, and it is also the name of a local association that work with issues related to housing, community life and immigration issues.
Back in my country I was a feminist and a trade unionist, a political activist. Once I settled in Catalunya, in the late nineties, I started as a spokesperson of Papers i drets per a Tothom association.