Topic: Global Advocacy

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Feb 6, 2024

Greece: Rule of Law Threatened

Feb 6, 2024

Greece: Rule of Law Threatened The European Commission should take immediate action to address the deterioration of media freedom and the rule of law in Greece and its impact on fundamental rights, 17 human rights and press freedom organizations said in a letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

Jan 12, 2024

HIAS Closely Monitoring Ecuador Security Crisis

Jan 12, 2024

HIAS Closely Monitoring Ecuador Security Crisis HIAS is deeply concerned by the recent developments in Ecuador and is closely monitoring the evolving security situation.

Dec 22, 2023

The European Court of Human Rights Communicates Four Cases for Multiple Violations of the European Convention on Human Rights, Including the Suspension of Access to Asylum in March 2020

Dec 22, 2023

The European Court of Human Rights Communicates Four Cases for Multiple Violations of the European Convention on Human Rights, Including the Suspension of Access to Asylum in March 2020 On 27 November and on 18 December 2023 respectively, the European Court of Human Rights published its communication of HIAS Greece’s cases N.Y. v. Greece, B.G.Y. v. Greece and H.K. v. Greece, and K.A. and others v. Greece to the Greek Government.

Dec 20, 2023

UN Recognizes HIAS’ Cross-Border Response in the Darién Gap

Dec 20, 2023

UN Recognizes HIAS’ Cross-Border Response in the Darién Gap HIAS’ cross-border program for displaced people crossing the Darién Gap and Central America is among the top 10 global best practices designated by the United Nations Network on Migration (UNNM) and the International Migration Review Forum (INMR).

Dec 6, 2023

HIAS Warns Humanitarian Funding in Latin America in Decline Amid Escalating Crisis

Dec 6, 2023

HIAS Warns Humanitarian Funding in Latin America in Decline Amid Escalating Crisis With a growing number of people displaced throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, HIAS warns that the region is grappling with a decline in funding — with support at its lowest level in recent years.

Nov 20, 2023

HIAS Remembers the Late Rosalynn Carter and Her Work for Refugees

Nov 20, 2023

HIAS Remembers the Late Rosalynn Carter and Her Work for Refugees HIAS mourns the death of Rosalynn Carter and praises the former First Lady for her work on behalf of refugees. 

Oct 24, 2023

Across Europe, Faith Communities Stand Strong Against Antisemitism, Islamophobia and Xenophobia

Oct 24, 2023

Across Europe, Faith Communities Stand Strong Against Antisemitism, Islamophobia and Xenophobia In the wake of escalating violence in Israel and Gaza, we find ourselves in a moment of profound sorrow and heartbreak. While the number of victims keeps increasing, the consequences of the conflict are felt far beyond the region. Across Europe too, we are witnessing a distressing surge in antisemitic and Islamophobic incidents. 

Oct 20, 2023

HIAS Welcomes Mexico’s Initiative to Address Regional Displacement Challenges

Oct 20, 2023

HIAS Welcomes Mexico’s Initiative to Address Regional Displacement Challenges HIAS in encouraged by the recent announcement that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico will meet with representatives of 11 governments from the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region regarding a regional migration plan on October 22nd in Palenque, Mexico

Jul 27, 2023

Intervention of 28 Organisations to Competent Prosecutors on the Pushback Incident Published by the New York Times

Jul 27, 2023

Intervention of 28 Organisations to Competent Prosecutors on the Pushback Incident Published by the New York Times In a joint submission to the Prosecutors of the Piraeus Naval Court, the First Instance Court of Mytilene and the Supreme Court Prosecutor, 28 civil society organisations are calling for an effective investigation into potential criminal acts committed in relation to what was published on 19 May 2023 by the New York Times (NYT).

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