Rwanda: Protecting their Rights: Rwandese refugees in the Great Lakes region
This report focuses on Amnesty International's human rights concerns regarding Rwandese refugees. It illustrates these concerns through a critical examination of past and ongoing voluntary repatriation operations, including the repatriation of demobilized Rwandese members of armed political groups in the DRC and their families. The report further documents Amnesty International's concerns regarding the possibility of a whole or partial invocation of the cessation clauses with respect to Rwandese refugees in the future.
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