Antisemitism – Overview of data available in the European Union 2006–2016

This report provides an overview of data on antisemitism as recorded by international organisations and by official and unofficial sources in the 28 European Union (EU) Member States, based on their own definitions and categorisations.


Safe or Sorry? Prospects for Britons in the European Union after Brexit.

Amid ongoing Brexit negotiations, much remains uncertain for the roughly 1 million UK citizens living elsewhere in the European Union. This report offers a demographic profile of these Brexpats, considering what form an EU-UK deal on citizens’ rights might take and identifying key challenges many Britons are likely to face—including difficulty securing legal status and accessing labor markets, social security, and health-care systems.


Pakistan 2017 Humanitarian Strategic Plan (January – December 2017).

(Report from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs). As of 1 December 2016, 0.5 million people remain displaced in the north-west, while 0.63 million IDPs returned to FATA during the year. The country hosts 1.34 million registered Afghan refugees, one of the world’s largest protracted refugee caseloads. An additional 0.7 million undocumented Afghans may be vulnerable. Pakistan is prone to natural disasters, and acute malnutrition exceeds emergency levels in areas around the country.


“Everyone Blames Me”. Barriers to Justice and Support Services for Sexual Assault Survivors in India

This report, finds that women and girls who survive rape and other sexual violence often suffer humiliation at police stations and hospitals. Police are frequently unwilling to register their complaints, victims and witnesses receive little protection, and medical professionals still compel degrading “two-finger” tests. These obstacles to justice and dignity are compounded by inadequate health care, counseling, and legal support for victims during criminal trials of the accused.


Jihadism in Southern Thailand: A Phantom Menace

Asia Report N°291. Thailand’s Malay-Muslim society overwhelmingly rejects transnational jihadism, but the country’s vulnerable south is a potential seedbed for advocates of violence. Bangkok and the main militant separatist organisation can head off any jihadist expansion in South East Asia by energising peace talks and agreeing on a more decentralised political system.


USA: Intent to kill, intent to die: First execution in Nevada since 2006 imminent

Index number: AMR 51/7392/2017. There is a killing on the cards in Nevada. Although some may say it has quasi-suicidal features, it is in fact a thoroughly premeditated and calculated homicide. It has been pursued for more than a dozen years. This would be the first judicial execution in Nevada since 26 April 2006; the first to take place in Nevada’s new death chamber at Ely State Prison; and the first in the whole of the USA to be carried out using the particular three-drug combination chosen by Nevada. The execution has been set for 8pm on Tuesday 14 November 2017.


Tendencias globales desplazamiento forzado en 2016

Al finalizar 2016, había 65,6 millones de personas desplazadas forzosamente en todo el mundo a consecuencia de la persecución, los conflictos, la violencia o las violaciones de derechos humanos. Eso representaba un aumento de 300.000 personas respecto del año anterior, por lo que la población desplazada forzosamente en el mundo siguió en máximos históricos.

“This is our home”: Stateless minorities and their search for citizenship

A new UNHCR report warns that discrimination, exclusion and persecution are stark realities for many of the world’s stateless minorities, and calls for immediate action to secure equal nationality rights for all. More than 75% of the world’s known stateless populations belong to minority groups, the report notes. Left unaddressed, their protracted marginalization can build resentment, increase fear and, in the most extreme cases, lead to instability, insecurity and displacement.

Madres en las redes de trata. Derechos robados

El nuevo informe de la organización “Madres en las redes de trata: derechos robados” revela que las autoridades españolas retiran sistemáticamente la custodia de los hijos e hijas de las mujeres nigerianas víctimas de trata, en lugar de proteger la unidad familiar. Además de España, el informe aborda la situación en otros tres países europeos: Francia, Alemania y Dinamarca.