Protection of refugees in South Asia

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South Asia Forum for Human Rights , Kathmandu
Emigration and immigration law -- South Asia., Refugees -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- South

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StatementTapan K. Bose.
SeriesSAFHR paper series ;, 6
ContributionsSouth Asia Forum for Human Rights.
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LC ClassificationsKNC641 .B67 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination70 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL6873962M
LC Control Number00410695

This book addresses the forms of legal protection extended to people displaced due to the consequences of climate change, and who have either become refugees by crossing international borders or are climatically displaced persons (CDPs) in their own homelands.

The Politics of Refugees in South Asia book. Identity, Resistance, Manipulation. The Politics of Refugees in South Asia. DOI link for The Politics of Refugees in South Asia. The Politics of Refugees in South Asia book. Identity, Resistance, Manipulation.

By Navine Murshid. Edition 1st Author: Navine Murshid. This topical and important book raises critical questions for the Asia Pacific region and sheds light on the challenges confronting the protection of refugees and displaced persons in this area.

Interdisciplinary in its approach, it will be of interest to academics, researchers, students and policy-makers concerned with the rights and Cited by: 4. Tapan Bose Protection of Refugees in South Asia Need for Framework, SAFHR Paper Series 5, South Asia Forum for Human Rights, Kathmandu.

See V Vijaykumar ‘Developing a Regional Approach to Refugee Problems in South Asia’, presented to the Fourth Regional Consultation on Refugee and Migratory Movements, cited earlier.

Stellina Jolly, Nafees Ahmad This book addresses the forms of legal protection extended to people displaced due to the consequences of climate change, and who have either become refugees by crossing international borders or are climatically displaced persons (CDPs) in their own homelands.

(25) "Sri Lankan Tamil Refugees in India: Accords, People and the UNHCR," Paper presented by the Jesuit Refugee Service, South Asia in a seminar on "Refugees, migrants and displaced peoples in South Asia," organized by South Asia Forum for Human Rights (Katmandu, Nepal: October ).

(26) ibid. (27) ibid. Nansen Refugee Award; The Refugee Convention; Governance and Oversight; Prominent Supporters; Research and Evaluation. Emergencies.

Ethiopia Tigray emergency ; Burundi situation; Coronavirus outbreak; Central African Republic situation; DR Congo emergency; Displacement in Central America; Iraq emergency; Nigeria emergency; Rohingya. Protection of refugees in South Asia book With Europe and the Middle East thus occupied, there has been less attention to the emergent refugee crisis in South Asia.

According to the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, Pakistan is home to over million refugees, mostly from Afghanistan. There are also around one million undocumented Afghan refugees in Pakistan, adding up to a total.

The Asia and Pacific region is home to million people of concern to UNHCR. They include million refugees, million IDPs and million stateless people. The majority of refugees originate from Afghanistan and Myanmar. Browse country pages in this region.

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Primarily, it focuses on the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (“SAARC”) as a forum Protection of refugees in South Asia book address the legally and socio-politically complex issues of refugees’ resettlement in South Asia.

The idea of refugee protection in South Asia is fluid and complex. This book is one of the most brilliant and nuanced of the many works about the Partition of South Asia that have emerged in recent years.

-- Yasmin Khan ― Journal of Interdisciplinary History Zamindar's study stands out for the originality of its conception and its Reviews: 3. Protection of refugees in South Asia. Kathmandu: South Asia Forum for Human Rights, (OCoLC) Online version: Bose, Tapan K.

Protection of refugees in South Asia. Kathmandu: South Asia Forum for Human Rights, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tapan K Bose; South Asia Forum for Human Rights. D r Lama initiated the discussion by quoting the refugee figures in South Asia.

According to the Report, “State of the World’s Refugees ”, published by the UNHCR there are million refugees in the region, out of wh are in Bangladesh,in India,in Nepal and million in Pakistan. PROTECTION OF REFUGEES IN INDIA NAMRATA GUPTA* international instruments in South Asia.5 ACCORDING ‘REFUGEE STATUS’ Law Enforcement And Security” ISIL Year Book of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law, 7 See Article 1(A) (2) of the Convention on Refugees.

The book Migrants, Refugees and the Stateless in South Asia addresses the important issue of migrants, refugees and stateless people.

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The author Partha Ghosh has done meticulous research on the complex issue. It is not a recent phenomenon. It is happening in the South Asia.

A Critical Analysis of Refugee Protection in South Asia Abstract Many countries in Asia and all the coun- tries in South Asia have not acceded to the Refugee Convention of or the Protocol of in spite of the fact that a large number of refugees come from this region.

The reasons for not ratifying. Get this from a library. Climate refugees in South Asia: protection under international legal standards and state practices in South Asia. [Stellina Jolly; Nafees Ahmad] -- This book addresses the forms of legal protection extended to people displaced due to the consequences of climate change, and who have either become refugees by crossing international borders or are.

Climate Refugees in South Asia Need Protection, Advocates Say Decem PM A ferry carrying tourists moves towards a jetty. protecting refugees by acceding to the Convention relating to the Status of Refugees, the cornerstone document of refugee protection. The Convention, which was developed and drafted by States, enumerates the rights and responsibilities of refugees and.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has been particularly disappointing in this regard, tending to underinterpret its mandate for refugee protection in South Asia.

Little if any information is available to the international community or to the Indian people about the plight of these refugees once they reach India. His books include Politics of Personal Law in South Asia (), Unwanted and Uprooted: A Political Study of Refugees, Migrants, Stateless and Displaced in South Asia (), Ethnicity versus Nationalism: The Devolution Discourse in Sri Lanka (New Delhi: SAGE, ), BJP and the Evolution of Hindu Nationalism (, ), Pluralism and Reviews: 4.

Refugees, as well as ‘climate refugees’, have been enduring insecurity and condemnation in the SAARC region. The present chapter tries to examine the South Asian state practices to deal with the climate refugees.

Unfortunately, climate refugees are completely deprived of any legal protection due to the gaps in the national laws in South Asia.

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Furthermore, in Southeast Asia, the refugee crisis is a complex set of economic, political and moral-ethical, and humanitarian problems made all. The crisis in East Pakistan inwhich preceded the birth of Bangladesh, led to ten million refugees crossing the border into India.

This book argues that this massive influx of refugees within a few short months changed ideas about citizenship and belonging in South book looks at how the Indian state, while generously keeping its borders open to the refugees, made it clear that.

The year marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. The Refugee Convention at Fifty is a commemorative volume, but it is one that points toward a future that will see a continued need for refugee protection.

The volume performs a much-needed task for the current era: it carefully examines this key legal text, which impacts not only the law but.

South Asia is the fourth largest refugee producing region in the world. There is a close link between state formation and forced migration in this region. Ethnic violence, development work, natural calamities and climatic changes also make people, especially the indigenous ones, flee and settle in extremely unbearable new and foreign conditions.

Abstract This article will explore the idea about the history of refugees in South Asia. The fundamental reasons that are related for being the refugees. A multi dimensional analysis on the situation of South Asia is also described in an effective way. Refugees are the common problem for the South Asia.

It is the great. The crisis in East Pakistan inwhich preceded the birth of Bangladesh, led to ten million refugees crossing the border into India.

This book argues that this massive influx of refugees within a few short months changed ideas about citizenship and belonging in South Asia.

The book looks at how the Indian state, while generously keeping its borders open to the refugees, made it clear that. The Situation of Refugees in East Asia Brian Barbour, East Asia Chair, Asia Pacific Refugee Rights Network1 I.

Introduction In refugee protection, there are two goals which must be pursued simultaneously: protection in law and protection in practice. Without the law, refugees lack legal status, lack basic human rights, and are vulnerable to. In this respect, Dr. Stellina Jolly and Dr. Nafees Ahmad in ‘Climate Refugees in South Asia: Protection under Int’l Legal Standards and State Practices in South Asia’ contribute something of.

According to South Korea’s North Korean Refugees Protection and Settlement Support Act South Korean ambassadors in foreign countries have a legal obligation to protect refugees in those countries.However, in South East Asia, 87% of the region’s refugees and people seeking asylum are from Myanmar, a country which is seeing more Rohingya refugees fleeing from Rakhine state but where the process of political change is encouraging refugees from other ethnic minorities to think more about the prospect of return.

South Korea denies refugee status to hundreds of Yemenis fleeing war then dropped Jeju’s visa-free status for Yemenis. Most of the refugees are men, but some are families. The U.S. war in Vietnam and the carpet-bombing of Cambodia, Hing noted, were factors in the displacement of refugees from Southeast Asia.