SUMMARY INTRODUCTION International Law: Prohibitions on deportation : the principle of non-refoulment. Additional human rights and humanitarian protections from removal National Laws and Procedures in Place for Migrants Engaged in Deportation Proceedings: Republic of Korea (South). Gulf States : The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The Republic of Africa. United States Recommendations and Conclusions: Recommendations for national governments. Recommendations for international agencies and donors.
"This 27-page report was prepared by Human Rights Watch, Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe, the European AIDS Treatment Group, and the African HIV Policy Network. It describes cases in South Korea, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, South Africa, and the United States in which HIV-positive migrants were deported, and describes the need to develop policies guaranteeing uninterrupted treatment for this population."--Publisher's description.
"September 2009" "This report was written by Katherine Wiltenburg Todrys"--P. 27.
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