Migration-related detention: A global concern
Migrants, asylum-seekers and refugees are regularly deprived of their liberty purely for administrative convenience. Many countries use detention to deter people from migrating or seeking asylum. Using illustrative cases, this document provides an overview of detention practices in different countries. Detention of non-nationals and asylum-seekers, conditions of detention and human rights standards relating to particular groups are also covered.
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