Regulation 5.35: Coerced Treatment of Detained Asylum Seekers on Hunger Strike. Legal, Ethical and Human Rights Implications

Authored by: Mary Anne Kenny , Lucy Fiske

The Ashgate Research Companion to Migration Law, Theory and Policy

Print publication date:  March  2013
Online publication date:  March  2016

Print ISBN: 9780754671886
eBook ISBN: 9781315613239
Adobe ISBN: 9781317042648

10.4324/9781315613239.ch18

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Abstract

This would happen because you have no choice. You can’t make any decisions in your life. Just to show you are alive you could make a decision to stop receiving anything in your body. That would show that you were alive, because you could make a decision, in a place that you can’t make any decision.

‘Mustapha’, former immigration detainee from Iran 1 1

Names of all respondents have been changed.

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