Civil Society Report on the Detention of Vulnerable Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants in the European Union (The DEVAS Project)
The objective of the DEVAS project was to investigate and analyse vulnerability in detained asylum seekers and irregular migrants : both the way in which pre-existing vulnerable groups cope with detention, and the way in which detention can enable vulnerability in persons who do not otherwise possess officially recognised vulnerabilities and special needs.
UN Human Rights Council, Report of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, 16 February 2009,
http://www.unhcr.org/refworld/docid/49b7b4d62.html [accessed 12 October 2009]
(page 23 : Detention of Immigrants in irregular situations)
The privatization of Immigration detention : towards a global view (une étude sur la privatisation des camps d’étrangers), Global Detention Project, September 2009
Immigration detention map and detention policies country by country, Global Detention Project
Global survey on detention, International Detention Coalition, October 2008
Migration-Related Detention : A research guide on human rights standards relevant to the detention of migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees, Amnesty International, 2007
The detention of Children in Member States’Migration control and determination Processes, 2006, Syd Bolton, Legal and Policy Officer (Children), the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, (London, UK). Supervised by Professor Elspeth Guild (University of Nijmegen).
This note was requested by : the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
Travailleurs migrants, rapport présenté par la rapporteuse spéciale, Gabriela Rodriguez Pizarro,Haut Commissariat aux droits de l’homme, 2002
(recommande de mettre fin à la détention prolongée des migrants)