Refugees: Human rights have no borders: conclusions and recommendations
Over the past decade widespread disregard for human rights has caused one refugee crisis after another. At the same time, the system devised to protect refugees has fallen into disarray, with states showing increasing reluctance to host refugees. This report contains the conclusions and recommendations of the 1997 refugee theme campaign report which will be published in May 1997. It gives twelve detailed recommendations to governments in countries of asylum and to the international community, aimed at protecting the basic human rights of refugees.
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