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non-refoulement

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  • Protection from forced return to a county of persecution is a widely practiced custom known as non-refoulement.

    Between a Crocodile and a Snake

  • Yet despite being accepted by some as customary international law, the principal of non-refoulement goes unrecognized in Bangladesh.

    Between a Crocodile and a Snake

  • These cases epitomise the recent attempts by states to circumvent the absolute principle of non-refoulement enshrined in the CAT in the name of counterterrorism.

    Bianca Jagger: Trial by Newspaper

  • In that situation, the United States and United Kingdom issued temporary humanitarian visas for people to leave that island under the legal provision of 'non-refoulement.'

    Wade Norris: Defining Justice for Environmental Refugees

  • UN wants urgent action on asylum seekers: The UN Human Rights Committee says it's concerned by reports Australia has not fully respected the principle of non-refoulement, which states asylum seekers shouldn't be returned to a country if their lives or freedoms are threatened.

    Refugees and Asylum Seekers

  • Of cardinal importance is the principle of non-refoulement.

    2. Protection

  • Respect of the principle of non-refoulement is of paramount importance.

    2. Protection

  • The principle of non-refoulement has found specific expression in a number of international instruments adopted at the universal and regional levels.

    2. Protection

  • In a crisis situation, it may not be possible to provide formal training, but in daily contacts with camp authorities, local authorities, army personnel and border officials, the principle of non-refoulement must be made clear.

    2. Protection

  • The 1951 Convention provides for very limited exceptions to the principle of non-refoulement of refugees, namely, for those reasonably regarded as a danger to the security of the country where they are, or for those who, having been convicted by a final judgement of a particularly serious crime, constitute a danger to the community of that country.

    2. Protection

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