Canada: Accept Recommendations from UN Review on Immigration Detention

Posted
July 6, 2018

A news release from the South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario and other groups: Toronto, July 6, 2018: Ottawa should accept recommendations made by four Member States during a United Nations review of Canada's human rights record to meaningfully address severe rights violations in the immigration detention system, the International Human Rights Program at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law (IHRP), and the Colour of Poverty – Colour of Change (COP-COC), said today. The IHRP delivered an open letter to the Canadian government today, urging officials to accept recommendations by Costa Rica, Mexico, Venezuela, and Ecuador.

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