World Refugee Day - 20th June 2021 | History | Download Images, Wishes, Pics, Status and Quotes

Background

Every minute, 20 people are leaving behind to escape war, persecution or terror. Multiple types of internally displaced persons:

Refugees

A refugee is someone who has left their home and country "is full of with a reasonable fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion" of 1951 UN convention on refugees. Many of the refugees are in exile, to prevent and manage the consequences of natural or man-made disasters are caused by humans.

Asylum-seekers

Asylum seekers who say they are recognised as refugees, and who have left their homes because of the refugees, but their claim that the "refugee" status, it is even better the country in which they have fled.

Internally displaced persons:

Internally displaced persons (IDPs) are people who have crossed international borders, but it has been moved to a different region it calls home, in their own country.

Stateless persons

A a stateless person who is recognized as a citizen, and do not belong to any country.

Statelessness situations are usually caused by discrimination, which has been associated with some of the groups. The lack of an id card, a certificate of citizenship, it can deprive them of access to essential public services such as health care, education, training or employment.

Returnees

Return of refugees to return to their countries or areas of origin to be in the way. The return policy will need ongoing support and re-integration support, so that they can return to their lives back home.

UN Action

The 1951 refugee convention and its 1967 Protocol

The refugees are among the most vulnerable people in the world. The 1951 refugee convention and its 1967 Protocol, to help keep them safe. They are not only global, legal documents, but also cover the most important aspects of refugees ' lives. According to its provisions, the refugees deserve to at least be in addition to the standards of the other foreigners in the country, and in many cases, these appeals are of the same community.

In 1951, the Convention contains a wide range of rights and stresses the responsibilities of refugees and their acceptance in the country. The basis of the 1951 geneva Convention is the principle of non-refoulment. Thus, the refugees, the principle cannot be returned to a country where his or their life or freedom would be in danger. Such protection may not be claimed by a refugee, which is basically considered to be dangerous to the security of the country or who have been sentenced for a particularly serious crime, and is not considered to be dangerous to society.

The rights contained in the 1951 Convention include:

·        The right not to be expelled, except under certain, strictly defined conditions;

·        The right not to be punished for illegal entry into the territory of a contracting State;

·        The right to work;

·        The right to housing;

·        The right to education;

·        The right to public relief and assistance;

·        The right to freedom of religion;

·        The right to access the courts;

·        The right to freedom of movement within the territory;

·        The right to be issued identity and travel documents.

Some basic rights, including the right to be protected from refoulement, apply to all refugees. A refugee becomes entitled to other rights the longer they remain in the host country, which is based on the recognition that the longer they remain as refugees, the more rights they need.

 

World Refugee Day - 20th June 2021 | History | Download Images, Wishes, Pics, Status and Quotes World Refugee Day - 20th June 2021 | History | Download Images, Wishes, Pics, Status and Quotes Reviewed by Tanish Verma on June 11, 2021 Rating: 5

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