This report serves to inform the United Nations Economic and Social Council Commission on the Status of North Korean Women who defect and the dangers that await them as they cross the border into the People’s Republic of China.
This report serves to inform the United Nations Economic and Social Council Commission on the Status of Women on the progress made by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and challenges encountered in the implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the Sustainable Development Goals.
‘Don’t Turn them Back!’
In April 2015, Jubilee Campaign published a report regarding Pakistani asylum seekers in Thailand
entitled ‘Don’t turn them back!’. Based on field research conducted in April 2019 in Thailand, Jubilee Campaign presents this follow-up report which outlines the developments since 2015 and the current situation of Pakistani asylum seekers and refugees in Thailand.
Pakistani Asylum Seekers in Bangkok;
Don’t turn them back!
Asylum seekers in Thailand have to wait up to 3,5 years for their case to be processed by the
UNHCR. For some time the government has been arresting and incarcerating asylum seekers
in the Immigration Detention Centre where circumstances are inhumane, however due to these
delays, new problems have arisen.