Posts tagged Central America
AsylumConnect Week in Review 04/01/2019

On the day after International Transgender Day of Visibility, an ICE detention center in New Mexico is accused of abusing its transgender and gay detainees. In another shocking move, Brunei is set to enact the death penalty for homosexuality. Please keep reading to stay informed on the most important news for asylum seekers and the LGBTQ community.

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AsylumConnect Week in Review 02/25/2019

In the last week of February, we take a look at the realities asylum seekers face after applying for asylum in the U.S. After arriving in the U.S. some asylum seekers find themselves separated from family, suffering from inhumane conditions in detention centers or deported to dangerous countries. Read more to learn about issues facing the LGBTQ community and asylum seekers in the U.S.

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AsylumConnect Week in Review 02/03/2019

This week an asylum-seeker has won one of Australia’s most prestigious literary prizes for the book he wrote in detention on Nauru. Mexico  has made strides to improve conditions for migrants and asylum seekers waiting in the country. Read on to keep up-to-date with the latest news concerning the LGBTQ community and asylum seekers.

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AsylumConnect Week in Review 01/28/2019

This week was full of set backs and strides for LGBTQ rights across the world. While Chechneya has renewed their anti-LGBTQ purge, the United States and Angola took steps to protect the LGBTQ community. Here are five of the most important articles from this week.

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