IOM Stands Ready to Assist Zimbabweans Returned from South Africa

IOM Stands Ready to Assist Zimbabweans Returned from South Africa (2011, International Organization for Migration) IOM and partners have begun to implement a contingency plan to provide humanitarian assistance to Zimbabwean migrants who may be forcibly returned from South Africa this year following the end of a regularization campaign on 31 December 2010. Hundreds of thousands of irregular Zimbabwean migrants could face deportation from South Africa as only about a sixth of the estimated Zimbabwean irregular migrant population applied for Read More

IOM Stands Ready to Assist Zimbabweans Returned from South Africa

IOM Stands Ready to Assist Zimbabweans Returned from South Africa (International Organization for Migration 2011) International Organization for Migration. 2011. “IOM Stands Ready to Assist Zimbabweans Returned from South Africa.” http://www.iom.int/news/iom-stands-ready-assist-zimbabweans-returned-south-africa. IOM and partners have begun to implement a contingency plan to provide humanitarian assistance to Zimbabwean migrants who may be forcibly returned from South Africa this year following the end of a regularization campaign on 31 December 2010.

Returned to Risk: Deportation of HIV-Positive Migrants

Returned to Risk: Deportation of HIV-Positive Migrants (Human Rights Watch, 2009) Adrea Mortlock was 15 in 1979 when she arrived in New York from Jamaica, leaving behind the abusive household where she had lived since her mother, years earlier, had left for work in the United States. In 1987, she was convicted of selling cocaine and served a year in prison. A legal permanent resident of the United States with a US-citizen daughter and son, Ms. Mortlock was ordered deported Read More