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AB'nin mültecileri pervasızca Türkiye'ye geri göndermesi hukuka aykırıdır
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“Güvenli Olmayan Sığınak: Türkiye’de Sığınmacılar ve Mülteciler Etkili Korumaya Erişemiyor” başlıklı brifing, Türkiye’nin sığınma sistemindeki eksiklikleri ve burada mültecilerin karşılaştıkları zorlukları anlatarak, 18 Mart’ta imzalanan AB-Türkiye Anlaşması kapsamında yapılan geri göndermelerin hukuka aykırı ve savunulamaz olduğunun altını çiziyor.

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AVRUPA’NIN BEKÇİSİ TÜRKİYE’DEKİ MÜLTECİLERİN HUKUKA AYKIRI OLARAK ALIKONULMALARI VE SINIRDIŞI EDİLMELERİ
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Bu rapor, AB – Türkiye göç anlaşmasının yapılması ile anlaşmanın imzalanmasını takipeden süre zarfında AB’ye düzensiz olarak geçmeye teşebbüs eden mülteci vesığınmacıların hukuka aykırı bir biçimde alıkonulmalarını ve sınır dışıedilmelerini inceliyor. Rapor ayrıca söz konusu hukuka aykırı uygulamalarason verilmesi, yaşanan ihlallerin soruşturulması, mağdurlara kapsamlıtazmin sağlanması ve göç anlaşmasının uygulanması ile uluslararası insanhakları hukuku ve standartlarına uyumunu bağımsız olarak izleyecek birmekanizmanın oluşturulması da dâhil olmak üzere AB ve Türkiye’ye yönelikbir dizi tavsiyelerde de bulunuyor.

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KORKU VE TEL ÖRGÜLER: AVRUPA’NIN MÜLTECİLERİ DIŞARIDA TUTMA YAKLAŞIMI
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Bu rapor, Avrupa Birliği (AB) liderlerinin, dünyadaki mültecilerin küçük bir bölümünü onurlu bir şekilde ülkelerine kabul etmek için hazır olmak yerine, kara sınırlarında tel örgüler çekerek, giderek artan sayıda sınır muhafızı konuşlandırarak, izleme-gözetleme teknolojilerine para harcayarak ve hâlihazırda yüksek sayıda mülteci nüfusuna ev sahipliği yapan komşu ülkeleri sınır bekçisi kılmaya çabalayarak bu mültecilerin dünyanın en zengin siyasal birliğine girmelerini engellemeye çalıştıklarını ortaya koyuyor.

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HAYATTA KALMA MÜCADELESİ: TÜRKİYE'DEKİ SURİYE'DEN GELEN MÜLTECİLER
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Uluslararası toplumun Suriyeli mülteci krizine verdiği yanıt, mültecilerin büyük birbölümünün güvenlik ve koruma bulma umudunun zalimce kendilerinden esirgendiği açık birbaşarısızlık oldu. Suriyeli mülteci krizi, dünyanın son 20 yılda tanık olduğu en ağır mültecikrizi haline geldi.

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Avrupa’nın Sınırında Yunanistan’ın Türkiye Sınırında İnsan Hakları İhlalleri
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Avrupa Birliği’nin (AB) Türkiye ve Yunanistan arasındaki dış sınırı, kuzeyde Meriç Bölgesi’nde 203km’lik bir kara sınırından ve güneyde Ege Denizi’nde bulunan deniz sınırından oluşuyor. Bu sınır, Avrupa’da kendine güvenlik ya da daha iyi bir yaşam arayan göçmen ve mülteciler için uzun zamandır önemli geçiş noktalarından biri olmuştur.

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Dışarıda Bırakılanlar: Uluslararası Toplum Tarafından Terkedilen Suriyeli Mülteciler
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Üç yıldır burada yaşıyoruz. Burada yakınlarımız yok…

Oğlum Yusuf otizmli. Yusuf’la ilgilenmek çok zor olduğundan ne bir yere gidebildiğimiz var ne de birisini ziyaret edebildiğimiz…

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Kale Avrupası'nın İnsani Bedeli
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Her yıl, kimi ezici bir yoksulluktan kaçan kimi de şiddet ve zulümden uzak bir sığınak arayan binlerce göçmen ve mülteci Avrupa’ya ulaşmaya çabalıyor. Gerçekleştirdikleri yolculuk ise tehlikelerle dolu. 2000 yılından beri en az 23,000 kişinin Avrupa’ya ulaşmaya çalışırken hayatını kaybettiği tahmin ediliyor.

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SOS Avrupa İnsan Hakları ve Göç Kontrolu 2012
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Her yıl binlerce insan, Kuzey ve Batı Afrika’dan Avrupa’ya ulaşmak amacıyla, yeterli personeli ya da güvenlik donanımı olmayan bakımsız eski teknelerle, çok tehlikeli deniz yolculuklarına çıkıyor. Bazıları çatışmalardan kaçarken, bazıları yıllardır süregelen yoksulluktan kurtulmaya çalışıyor.

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