By Erika Feller, Volker Türk, Frances Nicholson
Hundreds of thousands of individuals are pressured this present day to escape persecution. The center foreign felony tool on which they need to count to discover protection is the 1951 conference in terms of the prestige of Refugees. This e-book examines key demanding situations the conference faces, at the foundation of 9 papers via eminent overseas refugee legal professionals, that have been then mentioned at a professional roundtable assembly in 2001 as a part of UNHCR's international Consultations on foreign defense. The papers are released the following in a single quantity, including the conclusions of the roundtables and different files.
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