Ruvi Ziegler spoke at a Grassroots for Europe virtual roundtable on asylum after the nationality and borders act alongside Enver Solom, CEO of the refugee council. Read the report of the event here.
Ruvi appeared on CGTN last Thursday (14th April) to discuss the (il)legality of the government’s plans to off-shore asylum-seekers to Rwanda.
Citizenship still matters; its absence denotes precarity. As Covid19 travel restrictions reminded us, at its international core lies the right to enter one’s country and reside therein. Domestically, in most jurisdictions, citizenship serves as an eligibility criterion for electoral participation; excluded non-citizens have limited capacity to advance their rights through the political process.
Read Ruvi Ziegler’s full post on the Oxford Human Rights Hub.
Ruvi’s comment on the plight of migrants being held in Albania has been reported in The Times.
Listen to Dr Ruvi Zeigler talking about the importance of the universal declaration on human rights, the responsibilities of nations to refugees and the battle to protect their rights.
Ruvi Ziegler was interviewed on TRT on August 3rd to discuss whether Europe is doing enough to address the Afghan migration crisis.
Consultation ends today on the Home Office’s ‘New Plan for Immigration’ – a set of provisions that will make life for asylum seekers even harder, and further entrench the Hostile Environment.
Dr Ruvi Ziegler shares his thoughts in this extensive interview by the Tribune.