1,000 Social Workers Demand Israel Allow Them to Provide Service to Asylum Seekers

In a letter, social workers argued that their professional code of ethics obligates them to help anyone living in Israel ■ Asylum seekers are currently ineligible for welfare services, except in life-threatening situations

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Some 1,000 social workers signed a letter to the social affairs minister asking that they be allowed to provide services to asylum seekers.