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Tripoli, 1 August – As the BBC highlights the human cost of Europe’s migration policies, the INGO Forum, representing the 16 INGOs providing assistance in Libya, call for EU leaders to stop enabling the system of arbitrary detention and ensure the protection of the...read more
INGOs in Libya call the European Union and its Member States to urgently revise their policies on migration as human loss becomes more imminent The members of the Libya INGO Forum* are gravely concerned about the human cost of the European policies on migration. A...read more
Due to the new regulations, known as Salvini decree there is no longer the possibility for those granted humanitarian protection to be able to be hosted in first-level reception centers or in emergency reception facilities. Asylum seekers and those holding stay...read more
Tunis/Tripoli, 19 April 2019 The Libya INGO Forum, which comprises 17 international organisations providing humanitarian assistance in Libya, is deeply concerned about the humanitarian consequences resulting from the escalation of violence in and around Tripoli. Over...read more