Kenya Urged Not to Move Refugees to Camps
The move by the government to relocate registered refugees to camps will violate their right to free movement, according to Human Rights Watch.
Sabahi, 22 January 2013
The Kenyan government's plan to transfer 55,000 registered refugees to camps violates their rights to free movement and will restrict their access to already scarce resources and ... read more »
The Star, 22 January 2013
The government should not direct all refugees to move back to camps. According to Cherotich Seii of International Rescue Committee the government should work with organizations in ... read more »
Human Rights Watch, 21 January 2013
The Kenyan authorities should halt their plan to forcibly move 55,000 registered refugees and asylum seekers from cities to overcrowded and underserviced refugee camps, Human ... read more »
A family of newly arrived refugees receives food rations at Dadaab refugee camp (file photo).
The Star, 18 January 2013
Residents of Garissa county have taken to the streets to protest rising insecurity in the area. Transport has been paralysed in the area as protesters demand to speak with the ... read more »
Sabahi, 9 January 2013
The return of refugees living in Kenya to Somalia is a positive indicator of improved security in the country, UN Special Representative to Somalia Augustine Mahiga said Monday ... read more »
According to Prime Minister Raila Odinga, Kenya must do more than just sending immigrants involved in terror attacks back to Dadaab camp. Read more »