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Refugee Archives Blog - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 20:41
  • Title:
    In hope and despair : life in the Palestinian refugee camps
    Author: Mia Grondahl photographer
    Hanan Ashwari author; Peter Hansen author; author
    Subjects: Palestine Arabs — pictorial works; Refugee camps — pictorial works; Palestinians; Refugees; Israel; Palestine
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in reading room at classmark GP53.5 HOPE.
    Publisher: Cairo ; New York : American University in Cairo Press
    Publication Date: 2003
    Format: xxii, 128 pages : colour photographs and portraits ; 30 cm..
    Language: English

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  • Title:
    Displacement and dispossession through land grabbing in Mozambique : the limits of international and national legal instruments
    Author: Hannah Twomey author
    editor of compilation.; University of Oxford. Oxford Department of Information Development. Refugee Studies Centre, publisher.
    Subjects: Displacement; International instruments; Mozambique
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/QU5 RSC/Box 8.
    Related Titles: Series: Working Paper Series ; no. 101
    Publisher: Oxford : Refugee Studies Centre
    Publication Date: 2014

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  • Title:
    An exploration and critique of the use of mental health information within refugee status determination proceedings in the United Kingdom
    Author: Jenny Barrett author
    Ilim Baturalp author; Nath Gbikpi author; Katherine Rehberg author; University of Oxford. Oxford Department of Information Development. Refugee Studies Centre, publisher
    Subjects: Refugee status determination procedures; Mental health; United Kingdom
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/QU5 RSC/Box 8.
    Related Titles: Series: Working Paper Series ; no. 100
    Publisher: Oxford : Refugee Studies Centre
    Publication Date: 2014

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    From reporter to refugee : the law of asylum in Great Britain : a personal account
    Author: Victor Lal
    University of Oxford. Refugee Studies Programme.
    Subjects: Lal, Victor; Refugees — Great Britain — Biography; Political refugees — Great Britain — Biography; Political refugees — Fiji — Biography; Refugees — Legal status, laws, etc. — Great Britain; Asylum, Right of — Great Britain; Refugees — Fiji — Biography; Immigration; Refugee status determination procedures; Great Britain — Emigration and immigration — Government policy
    Description: Located in the Refugee Council Archive reading room at classmark at QU44 LAL.
    Related Titles: Series: ViewPoints series ; 1
    Publisher: Oxford : WorldView

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  • Title:
    The economic life of refugees
    Author: Karen Jacobsen
    Subjects: Economic assistance; International relief; Refugee camps; Refugees — Economic conditions
    Description: Popular images of refugees depict thousands of traumatized people pouring across borders, congregating in camps where relief agencies try to meet their health and food needs in and outside camps. This book explores the economic life of refugees in protracted situations in a variety of settings.
    Publisher: Bloomfield, Conn. : Kumarian
    Publication Date: 2005
    Format: 176 p..
    Language: English

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  • Title:
    Living in limbo : conflict-induced displacement in Europe and central Asia
    Author: Steven B. Holtzman 1959-
    Taies Nezam
    Subjects: Refugees — Former Yugoslav republics; Refugees — Former Soviet republics; Refugees — Turkey; War and society — Former Yugoslav republics; War and society — Former Soviet republics; War and society — Turkey; Forced migration; Refugees; Internally displaced persons
    Description: Located in the Refugee Council Archive reading room at classmark A31.1 HOL.
    Publisher: Washington, DC : World Bank
    Publication Date: c2004
    Format: xv, 194 p. : ill. ; 23 cm..

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  • Title:
    Displacement economies in Africa : paradoxes of crisis and creativity
    Author: Amanda Hammar editor of compilation.; Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, issuing body.
    Subjects: Refugees — Africa — Economic conditions; Social conflict — Economic aspects — Africa; Africa — Economic conditions
    Description: Located in the Refugee Council Archive reading room at classmark J31.1 HAM.
    Publisher: London : Zed Books in association with the Nordic Africa Institute
    Publication Date: 2014
    Format: vii, 260 pages ; 24 cm.
    Language: English

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  • Title:
    Redefining security : population movements and national security
    Author: Nana Poku 1971-; David T. Graham 1953-
    Subjects: Emigration and immigration — Political aspects; Migration, Internal — Political aspects; Population geography — Political aspects; National security
    Description: Located in the Refugee Council Archive in the Archive reading room at classmark A30 POK.
    Publisher: Westport, Conn. ; London : Praeger
    Publication Date: 1998
    Format: xv, 245 p. ; 25 cm..
    Language: English

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  • Title:
    Views on migration in Sub-Saharan Africa : proceedings of an African Migration Alliance workshop
    Author: Catherine Cross; African Migration Alliance.
    Subjects: Urbanization — Africa, Sub-Saharan — Congresses; Rural-urban migration — Africa, Sub-Saharan — Congresses; Migration, Internal — Africa, Sub-Saharan — Congresses; Refugees — Africa, Eastern; Internally displaced persons — Great Lakes Region (Africa); Rural development — Nigeria; Migration, Internal — Africa, Southern; Rural-urban migration; International migration; Internal migration; Refugees; Internally displaced persons; Africa, Sub-Saharan — Emigration and immigration — Congresses; Africa, Sub-Saharan — Population policy — Congresses; Botswana — Emigration and immigration
    Description: Includes statistical tables.
    Located in the Refugee Council Archive in the reading room at classmark J30 CRO.

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Roots : the saga of an American family
    Author: Alex Haley
    Subjects: Haley, Alex; Haley family; Kinte family; African Americans — Biography; African American families
    Description: Located in the Refugee Council Archive reading room at classmark SU83 HAL.
    Publisher: New York, NY : Vanguard Books
    Publication Date: c2007
    Format: xi, 899 p. ; 21 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Voices in exile : Bhutanese youth photograph their lives in refugee camps
    Author: PhotoVoice, publisher.
    Subjects: Photographs; Minors; Refugee camps; Bhutanese; Nepal
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A73.1 PHO/Box 1.
    Publisher: London : PhotoVoice
    Publication Date: 2007
    Format: no pagination : colour illustrations ; 15 x 21 cm..
    Language: English

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  • Title:
    Transparency : young refugees take on London
    Author: PhotoVoice, publisher.
    Subjects: Photographs; Minors; United Kingdom
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A73.1 PHO/Box 1.
    Publisher: London : PhotoVoice
    Publication Date: 2006
    Format: no pagination : colour illustrations ; 15 x 21 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Positive negatives : Congolese women picture life with HIV/Aids
    Author: PhotoVoice, publisher.
    Subjects: Photographs; AIDS; Viral diseases; Women; Democratic republic of Congo
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A73.1 PHO/Box 1.
    Publisher: London : PhotoVoice
    Publication Date: 2006
    Format: no pagination : colour illustrations ; 15 x 21 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Shooting Kabul : Afghan street-working girls photograph their lives
    Author: PhotoVoice, publisher.
    Subjects: Photographs; Minors; Afghanistan
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A73.1 PHO/Box 1.
    Publisher: London : PhotoVoice
    Publication Date: 2006
    Format: no pagination : colour illustrations ; 15 x 21 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Global assessment report on disaster risk reduction 2013 : press kit : from shared risk to shared value: the business case for disaster risk reduction
    Author: United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, publisher
    Subjects: Disaster prevention; Disasters
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A5 RCA/Box B.
    Publisher: Geneva : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
    Publication Date: 2013
    Format: 1 press pack ; 30 cm..
    Language: English

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  • Title:
    Common threads : the sexual and reproductive health experiences of immigrant and refugee women in Australia
    Author: Maria Hach author.
    Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, publisher
    Subjects: Women refugees; Women immigrants; Refugee experiences; Australia
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A5 RCA/Box B.
    Publisher: Collingwood, Victoria : Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health
    Publication Date: 2012
    Format: pages.
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    United Nations plan of action on disaster risk reduction for resilience
    Author: United Nations System : Chief Executives Board for Coordination, publisher
    Subjects: Reports; Disaster prevention; Disasters
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A5 RCA/Box B.
    Publisher: Geneva : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
    Publication Date: 2013
    Format: 14 pages : colour illustrations ; 30 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Disaster risk reduction in the United Nations : roles, mandates and results of key UN entities
    Author: United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, publisher
    Subjects: Disaster prevention; Disasters
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/A5 RCA/Box B.
    Publisher: Geneva : United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
    Publication Date: 2013
    Format: 171 pages ; 20 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    “I’d rather be in prison” : experiences of Africans in Immigration removal Centres in the UK
    Author: Diana Ineghenebor author
    Fatima Kumba Sagba author.; Jacqueline Stevenson author.; Eunice Sinyemu author.; Mariama Kamara author.; African Health Policy Network, publisher.
    Subjects: Refugee experiences; Detention of immigrants; Detention of asylum seekers; United Kingdom
    Description: Located in the Refugee Council Archive in a box file at RCA/QU40 RCA/Box A.
    Publisher: London : African Health Policy Network
    Publication Date: 2012
    Format: 15 pages ; 30 cm..

    tags: newitemsarchive

  • Title:
    Fundamental rights : challenges and achievements in 2012
    Author: European Union. Agency for Fundamental Rights, author
    Subjects: European Union. Agency for Fundamental Rights — Publications; Civil rights — European Union countries — Publications; Human rights — European Union countries — Publications; Annual reports; Human rights violations; Europe
    Description: Located in the Refugee Archive in a box file at RCA/Q40 FRA/ Box 11.
    Publisher: Vienna : Agency for Fundamental Rights
    Publication Date: 2013
    Format: 302 pages ; 30 cm..
    Language: English

    tags: newitemsarchive

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Stepped up fighting displaces tens of thousands more Libyans

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 20:13
TUNIS, Tunisia, October 10 (UNHCR) – Fighting between rival armed groups in Libya has left almost 29
التصنيفات: Blogs About Refugees

الأمم المتحدة: عدد النازحين في ليبيا بسبب القتال بلغ 287 ألف شخص

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 20:00
أعلنت المفوضية السامية للأمم المتحدة لشؤون اللاجئين أن نحو 100 ألف ليبي نزحوا من مناطق القتال حول
التصنيفات: Blogs About Refugees

KOBANI: A CITY ON FIRE - Daily Sabah

Google News - "human security" - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 19:34

Wall Street Journal

KOBANI: A CITY ON FIRE
Daily Sabah
... away from using chemical weapons on its citizens, bombing its towns with SCUD missiles and attacking Turkey's fighter jets. More importantly, to have a 900-kilometer border with such a country has brought a lot of risk to human security in the ...
Islamic State seizes large areas of Syrian town despite air strikesdefenceWeb

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التصنيفات: Mainstream News on Refugees

Events & Opportunities: Even More October 2014/November 2014

Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 18:30
October:

2nd Tripartite Roundtable, Luxembourg, 10 November 2014 [info]
- Registration deadline is 10 October 2014.

RFP: Production of a Video Series on Syrian Refugees in Western Europe [info]
- The closing date for submissions is 15 October 2014.

Regional Statelessness Course: Middle East and North Africa, Istanbul, 8-12 December 2014 [info]
- Registration deadline is 29 October 2014.

November: 

2014 International Metropolis Conference, Milan, 3-7 November 2014 [info]
- Registration is ongoing.

Onward Migration Project [info]
- "Our feedback events will take place in the first week of November 2014 in four different cities: Cardiff, Glasgow, London and Manchester."

U.C. Hastings Refugee and Human Rights Clinical Teaching Fellowship [info]
- Applications are due 1 November 2014.

Call for SciDev.Net Columnist: Migrants, Refugees and Science [info]
- Apply by 3 November 2014.

Protecting People on the Move in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change, Sydney, 4 November 2014 [info]

Annual Harrell-Bond Lecture, Oxford, 5 November 2014 [info]
- This year's lecture is entitled "Displacement and Integration in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan: A Century Later.

"Connecting Communities, Saving Lives," CCR Fall Consultation, Gatineau, 27-29 November 2014 [info]
 - Register by 7 November 2014 for reduced fees.

Related post:
- Events & Opportunities: More October 2014

Tagged Events & Opportunities

التصنيفات: Blogs About Refugees

DR Congo: UN officials urge justice for grave crimes committed by M23

UN News on Human Rights - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 17:43
Senior United Nations officials appealed today for justice for crimes committed by the March 23 Movement (M23)in parts of the North Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of the Council (DRC), on the heels of a new UN- backed report citing a raft of grave rights abuses committed by the armed group between April 2012 and November 2013.
التصنيفات: United Nations Newsfeed

Meet the Hansons

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 17:18

Recently, the Argus Leader published an article about befriending refugees in which you met two of our refugee mentors.  We wanted to share another of our mentor’s experience with you.  As the Hansons had such a great story, we decided to split the story in two.  Come back next week for the second half of their story!

 Paul and Lara Hanson, along with their son Elliot, began their journey of becoming mentors last year when they applied to mentor a refugee family with the Center for New Americans. A mentor commits to befriending a new refugee family for 6 months and visiting them for an hour or two each week to do different activities. Sometimes it may be practicing English or going to a park. Or it could be something as simple as sharing food together.  By visiting regularly, it helps the new family adjust to living in the US, which sometimes is VERY different than where they came from.  The Hansons met their first family back in January—a Bhutanese family of three.

Paul, Elliot and Lara Hanson

As volunteer coordinator, I am lucky enough to get to match potential mentors with new refugee families, but I’m always interested in learning what motivates them in the beginning. Paul and Lara both expressed difficulty in trying to fit in volunteering with full time jobs (Lara is an ELL teacher and Paul works at a bank) as well as spending time together as a family. “Mentoring is something we can do all together. We don’t have to sacrifice family time when we mentor,” said Lara. She first had the idea of working with refugees since she works with many refugee children at school.  She thought it would be a great way to help the families of the kids she sees daily. Paul was also excited about working with refugees. He sees it as a great way to teach their son about diversity. Paul laments the lack of diversity he grew up with, “I wasn’t exposed to that, growing up on a farm in rural South Dakota, and I want Elliot to learn about different cultures.”

The initial meeting between mentor and family can be a little uncomfortable, but Paul and Lara have assured me that it gets easier each time. During the initial meeting, the mentor, family, LSS staff and an interpreter all meet in the family’s home for introductions and to talk about the mentoring relationship. Lara and Paul both expressed that the first meeting is always kind of quiet and awkward but that fades as the relationship grows. At the first meeting with their first family, they had tea and talked about some activities to do together. The first meeting with the second family was a little more exciting. Lara got the chance to greet the family directly off the plane. She got to see their first moments in Sioux Falls. “I was just amazed at how trusting they were. They met complete strangers and got into cars trusting that we were there to help.” Paul feels he understands the process of resettlement better now, having seen it from the beginning. “We feel more useful, in that we can provide connections and show them around Sioux Falls. Our first family had already been in the US for a couple months before we were matched and had already learned a little about Sioux Falls.”

One of the connections Paul and Lara helped them make was getting the Kamanyires in touch with a local church. Paul and Lara took Jonathan and Maria, the parents, to meet the deacon, who in turn found other church members to help bring them to worship each week. Paul is proud that this one small connection will allow the Kamanyires connections into the larger community. “It was so simple but it is making such a difference in their lives.”

Learn more on how the Hanson’s and Kamanyire’s spend their time together next week!

 

Written by Kristyne Walth

التصنيفات: Blogs About Refugees

Detention Unended

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 17:17
“Manus” is Latin For “Hand”

IT

Is filth in the guise of life,

Where breath’s

A waste of the energy of the damned;

Where hope is acid burning into reality –

Isolated crowds of thoughts

Battering your brain into the pulp of despair

Silent screams wrenching free of your body

Like the daunted ghosts of everything that never was

Afraid to be heard

While your mind is just a nuisance

Mangled in the agony that is

CAPTIVITY…

We struggle on, thank goodness, all shapes and sizes,

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Malta must accelerate efforts towards preventing ill-treatment of detainees – UN experts

UN News on Human Rights - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 16:33
The Government of Malta has made strides towards preventing the torture and ill-treatment of people in detention, a group of independent United Nations rights experts confirmed today, but added that more needed to be done for the island nation to comply with its international obligations.
التصنيفات: United Nations Newsfeed

Iran Says Its Under Attack by ISIS - Daily Beast

Google News - "women refugees" - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 16:07

Daily Beast

Iran Says Its Under Attack by ISIS
Daily Beast
In a dilapidated one-story schoolhouse in the hamlet of Boydi—hens scurry in the dusty yard—women refugees in traditional colorful dress don't pause for breath to vent their frustration. I disturb their efforts to get their children and the few ...

Glasgow Girl helps secure asylum seeker student funding - BBC News

Google News - "asylum seeker" - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 15:26

BBC News

Glasgow Girl helps secure asylum seeker student funding
BBC News
One of the Glasgow Girls has helped secure funding from Strathclyde University to allow asylum seekers to study. Roza Salih, has helped to obtain scholarship funding for three places. She was one of seven Glasgow schoolgirls who campaigned against ...
Strathclyde bursary scheme for asylum seekersHerald Scotland

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UN rights expert urges Republic of Korea to adopt anti-discrimination law

UN News on Human Rights - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 15:21
An independent United Nations human rights expert has urged the Republic of Korea to enact a comprehensive anti-discrimination law, saying it is essential for the Government to address the issue of racism and xenophobia in view of the country’s history of ethnic and cultural homogeneity.
التصنيفات: United Nations Newsfeed

12 Ways Neo-Racists Deny Responsibility for Slavery and How to Respond - Atlanta Black Star

Google News - "forced migration" - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 14:08

12 Ways Neo-Racists Deny Responsibility for Slavery and How to Respond
Atlanta Black Star
“Get over it” is a statement used to dismiss or minimize the negative impact the Trans-Atlantic slave trade — the largest (15 million-60 million) forced-migration of human beings in history — had on Black people. It assumes the racism upon which the ...

On "Building the World As It Should Be" - Israel's Vice Ambassador George Deek, Oslo

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 13:53

Posted on YouTube 10/1/2014)

Althought Vice Ambassador Deek addresses the Palestinians at about 10:30 on the clip, what he has to say of the middle east and its migrations sets the stage for that.

Transcript online at “med Israel for fred”.

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التصنيفات: Blogs About Refugees

A Camp Through the Eyes of Its Children

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 13:36

The Zaatari Refugee Camp near Mafraq in northern Jordan is home to a majority women and children. As the youngest of displaced Syrians increase in number and grow up as refugees, the question of education and the larger one of quality of youthful life are at the forefront of many logistical and development questions within a camp’s facilitators.

Children can be found around every corner, tent and container in Zaatari. International and nongovernmental organizations have worked to build playgrounds for the children and a gym for older youth. Many can be found playing there, and just as many others can be found making toys of wheelbarrows, working on tasks around the camp to bring in extra money for their family, and running up and down the main market street.

Even with three schools educating up to 15,000 students, Zaatari faces an issue of attendance and, ultimately, motivation. While largely applicable to the older youth, the struggle within the education system reaches to as young as first and second grade, stemming from the fact that the education in the camp “isn’t the same” as in Syria. A fact of differentiating norms and new realities–coupled with early anticipations of Zaatari being a finite temporary stay–that heavily impacted the camp as a whole for the first year and a half, the sentiment maintains remnants amongst its youngest residents.

As one teacher in Zaatari explained, “the quality of the education is not that good.” He explained the reason being that classes are taught by Jordanian educators, with Syrian teachers serving a secondary role, teaching usually only if the Jordanian teacher is absent.

“This is the issue,” the teacher explained. “They don’t let the Syrian teacher interact with his students, as he’s supposed to.”

One result, as explained by the teacher, is that many a student is unable to write his or her own name at the end of first or second grade.

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التصنيفات: Blogs About Refugees

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty: In western Ukraine, attitudes cooling toward ... - Kyiv Post

Google News - "internally displaced" - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 13:14

Kyiv Post

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty: In western Ukraine, attitudes cooling toward ...
Kyiv Post
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty: In western Ukraine, attitudes cooling toward internally displaced persons. Print version. Oct. 9, 2014, 7:52 p.m. | Ukraine abroad — by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. A couple lay on beds in a tent in a transit camp ...
Casualties continue in Ukraine despite ceasefire: UNDaijiworld.com
Principles of humanitarian law continue to be broken in UkraineThe Voice of Russia
Ukrainian and Polish border guard, customs officers register 112 trucks with ...Interfax
www.worldbulletin.net -NRCU - Ukrainian Radio
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Dr. Nibbs on Immigration

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 12:59

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The Immigration Experts: Faith Nibbs

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FMIP Featured in SMU's The Daily Campus

Wordpress Blogs on Refugees - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 12:51

“By getting involved with refugees at any level, a student can not only help change a life here in America, but it might just save their own.” – Faith Nibbs

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Refugees near SMU
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World must continue to strive for abolition of death penalty, says senior UN official

UN News on Human Rights - خميس, 2014/10/09 - 12:42
As long as the death penalty exists, there will be a need to advocate against it, Assistant Secretary-General for Human Rights, Ivan Šimonović, declared today at the launch of a new United Nations publication aimed at raising awareness on the abolition of capital punishment.
التصنيفات: United Nations Newsfeed

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