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  1. PDF Fact Sheet No.20, Human Rights and Refugees

    Refugees have rights which should be respected prior to, during, and after the process of seeking asylum. Respect for human rights is a necessary condition for both preventing and resolving today's refugee flows. In the words of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Sadako Ogata, "[the refugee issue must be put to all governments ...

  2. Protecting Refugees: questions and answers

    Refugees should receive at least the same rights and basic help as any other foreigner who is a legal resident, including freedom of thought, of movement, and freedom from torture and degrading treatment. Economic and social rights are equally applicable. Refugees should have access to medical care, schooling and the right to work.

  3. Moving beyond refugees and migrants: reconceptualising the rights of

    In his view this leads to an integrative approach between human rights law and refugee law which concentrates on human rights law's complementary protection to the Refugee Convention ... As recognized in the GCM quoted at the start of this essay, international human rights law applies to all people on the move. Since in practice it can be ...

  4. (PDF) Human Rights and Refugees: Enhancing Protection through

    This essay analyses how UN mechanisms of human rights protection - namely. the UN Commission and Sub-Commission on Hu man Rights, the Committee Against T orture, the Committee on the Rights of ...

  5. Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Migrants

    We campaign for a world where human rights can be enjoyed by everyone, no matter what situation they are in. Amnesty has championed the human rights of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants for decades. We campaign to make sure governments honour their shared responsibility to protect the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants.

  6. Are Refugee Rights Human Rights? An Unorthodox Questioning of the

    Abstract. This chapter provides a critical assessment of the interactions between international refugee law and human rights law. Although refugee law and human rights law were initially conceived as two distinct branches of public international law, their multifaceted interaction is now well acknowledged in both state practice and the scholarly literature.

  7. Refugees, forced migration, and conflict: Introduction to the special

    By the end of 2017, more than 68.5 million people - one in approximately every 110 people on the planet - had been displaced from their homes due to violent conflict, persecution, famine, or natural disasters (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees: UNHCR, 2018a).As shown in Figure 1, the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) has increased rapidly over the past decade to the ...

  8. The 1951 Refugee Convention

    The 1951 Refugee Convention. The 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol are the key legal documents that form the basis of UNHCR's work. They define the term 'refugee' and outline their rights and the international standards of treatment for their protection. Refugees are among the most vulnerable people in the world. The 1951 Refugee ...

  9. The Human Rights Approach to the Refugee Definition: Rising Sun or

    Until recently, the human rights approach to the refugee definition appeared destined to become a permanent feature of international refugee law. Now, however, doubts have set in. The object of this article is to address the main criticisms that have been levelled and to seek to put them in a wider perspective, reflecting briefly on where the ...

  10. The relationship between human rights and refugee protection: an

    3 Alice Edwards, 'Human Rights, Refugees, and the Right 'to Enjoy' Asylum', International Journal of Refugee Law 17, no. 2 (2005): 293-330; Brian Gorlick, 'Human Rights and Refugees: Enhancing Protection through International Human Rights Law', Nordic Journal of International Law 69, no. 2 (2000): 117-77; Tom Clark and François Crépeau, 'Mainstreaming Refugee Rights.

  11. Contemporary Refugees: Issues, Challenges, and a Culturally Responsive

    He is an APA fellow (Divisions 17 and 52), and his research focuses on cross-cultural psychology, social justice and human rights, post-disaster trauma, and refugees and immigrants. Rita Chi-Ying Chung , PhD, is a professor emerita at George Mason University.

  12. PDF Refugee protection is human rights protection

    1. Introduction-Refugee protection is human rights protection. This first meeting of the states parties to the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees (the Refugee Convention) and its 1967 Protocol presents an unprecedented opportunity for States Parties to reaffirm their commitment to the spirit and letter of the Refugee Convention.

  13. PDF Asylum seekers, refugees and human rights

    Asylum seekers refugees and human rights: Snapshot report 2nd edition • 21 • 5 1. Background 1.1 Global and domestic context Forced displacement has increased dramatically worldwide since the Commission published its first Snapshot Report. At the end of 2013, there were 51.2 million forcibly displaced people in the

  14. PDF Refugees: Human Rights Have No Borders

    REFUGEES: HUMAN RIGHTS HAVE NO BORDERS Conclusions and Recommendations 1997 Refugee Theme Campaign Over the past decade widespread disregard for human rights has caused one refugee crisis after another. At the same time, the system devised to protect refugees has fallen into disarray, with states showing increasing reluctance to host refugees. ...

  15. Study Guide

    Refugees must receive the same treatment as that accorded to aliens generally with regard to the following rights: The right to choose their place of residence. The right to move freely within the country. Free exercise of religion and religious education. Free access to the courts, including legal assistance.

  16. Refugees and the Right to Have Rights

    The notion of universal human rights has proved to be an illusion for refugees. Referencing the work of Hannah Arendt and Giorgio Agamben, this chapter will review the uneasy position of non-citizens, often reduced to what Agamben calls 'bare life' (1998, 6-9).It will contrast the ancient Athenian moral value of philoxenia (hospitality) with the legal powers of the modern state to ...

  17. Refugees

    There were 110 million people forcibly displaced world-wide at the end of June 2023. Among those were 36.4 million refugees, (30.5 million refugees under UNHCR's mandate, and 5.94 million ...

  18. Human Rights are Refugee Rights: The Protection of Economic Rights for

    Providing economic rights to refugees benefits the U.S. through economic growth. The New York Times reported that between 2005 and 2014, refugees contributed "$63 billion more to government revenue than they used in public services.". [6] At first, the services refugees receive cost more than what they pay in taxes, but in the long-run ...

  19. PDF Refugees and asylum seekers

    This report examines the situation of asylum seekers and refugees from an equality and human rights perspective. Refugees and asylum seekers are a diverse group, with one thing in common: they are subject to forced migration, and are fleeing from persecution in their countries of origin. They have a range of intersectional identities

  20. Solution to the Refugee Problem and the Protection of Refugees

    The refugee should enjoy the human rights set out in such instruments as the Universal Declaration and the International Covenants on Human Rights of 1966. It was said that these rights could be violated not only in the country of origin but also in receiving countries through the denial of the rights of the refugees. It was important to ...

  21. The relationship between human rights and refugee protection: an

    The relationship between citizens' r ights a nd refugee rights varies depending on. economic conditions and the number of refugees. A country's overall human rights performance. has a positive ...

  22. "We Thought We Were Safe"

    Governments in Southeast Asia have long been suspected of engaging in quid-pro-quo agreements about refugees and asylum seekers, colloquially known as "swap mart" arrangements. Human Rights ...

  23. Human Rights and Refugees essay

    Firstly, it is a legal process, whereby refugees attain a wider range of rights in the host state. Secondly, it is an economic process of establishing sustainable livelihoods and a standard of living comparable to the host community. Thirdly, it is a social and cultural process of adaptation and acceptance that enables the refugees to ...

  24. Refugees and asylum-seekers

    By the end of 2022, there was a total of 35.3 million refugees globally, with 29.4 million under UNHCR's mandate, 34 and 5.9 million refugees registered by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) in the Near East. 35 The total number of refugees is the highest captured by modern statistical reporting that does not include historical data. 36 The increase in ...

  25. US asylum policy violates international human rights and refugee law

    The mandatory use of CBP One to seek asylum in the United States violates the United States' and Mexico's international human rights and refugee law obligations, according to a report published by Amnesty International on Thursday.. The rights group found that CBP One, a mobile application designed to process individuals seeking asylum, cannot be the exclusive manner of entry into the US ...

  26. Three Strikes, and You're Out: Japan's First Amendment to Refugee

    Refugees Fleeing to Japan, supra note 6. Id. Teppei Kasai, supra note 5. Founded in 1978, Human Rights Watch is an international non-governmental organization that investigates and reports on abuses happening around the world. Id. Refugees Fleeing to Japan, supra note 6. Teppei Kasai, supra note 5.

  27. Migration judgment 'a victory for human rights'

    Human Rights Consortium director says people in the north including anyone coming as a refugee or asylum seeker needs the security of basic human rights to defend them from 'poor decision making'

  28. Protect human rights

    UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, works to improve, laws, regulations, policies and practices to ensure displaced and stateless people are treated fairly and are able to access rights and services in dignity, including the right to seek safety, the right to health care and the right to a nationality.

  29. Tunisia

    We are very concerned by the increased targeting in Tunisia of migrants, mostly from south of the Sahara, and individuals and organisations working to assist them. At the same time, we are witnessing a rise in the use of dehumanising and racist rhetoric against Black migrants and Black Tunisians.Our Office has recorded incidents of arbitrary arrest and detention of human rights defenders ...