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It is because of this policy that thousands have drowned in the Mediterranean, many others have continually crossed borders within the region in search of somewhere new to call home.Most are forced to stay in countries such as Lebanon and Egypt, that cannot provide for them, and are yet struggling with their presence.
The Population and Immigration Authority has hired the services of the Israeli Immigration Policy Center, an organization that strives to expel African asylum seekers, to conduct a survey of the situation in Eritrea.
The Human Rights Council established the Commission through resolution 26/24 of of 27 June 2014 and extended its mandate for one year to June 2016.
In pursuing a policy to pander to the Eritrean government, the report's authors are responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Eritrean citizens and the persecution of countless others.
They have furthered the UK's growing reputation as a country that is governed by far-right nationalism and intolerance.
In doing so, they devalue their struggle and simultaneously put them at very real risk of returning to a country that at best will place them in lifelong military conscription and at worst immediately execute them upon their return.
As an asylum seeker, you still fear returning to your country, regardless of whether your claim is rejected.
“Six British nationals were provided with consular assistance in Eritrea in 2016,” the statement added.
At the beginning of this week, the Public Law Project revealed that the British government intentionally misrepresented human rights abuses committed by the Eritrean government in order to reduce the number of Eritrean asylum seekers being recognised as refugees in the UK.
In October 2016, it will present an oral update to the General Assembly.
Up to 400,000 people in Eritrea enslaved by authoritarian government, UN inquiry finds.