An individual will have the right as stated in Articles 12 to 30 of the Refugee Convention once they have been recognised as Convention Refugees. All refuges must be given identification and trip document which permit them to move outside the country, they must be treated equally as the citizen of the country, they must be given the most convenient attention possible, which must be at least as favourable to that accorded foreign as a whole in the equivalent position, they must be given the most convenient treatment as the citizen of the alien country and they must be treated equally as that granted to aliens as a whole. According to Article 3 of United Nation (UN), refugees need to further get in any circumstances those equal rights and important resources. Concerning illustration available to non-native who may be a lawful resident, including flexibility of belief, claiming movement, medication, and alternative from the host country. Besides, these refugees especially who safe asylum should have their own approach for economic standard and social interaction.
It safeguards the right to freedom of a person so that they may be able to move without restraint. The tort of false imprisonment dates to the very early days of common law and is characterised by various elements. Since it has been in place for so long there are many cases about it, some of which have shed light on its peculiar aspects. The tort of false imprisonment is applicable if and only if certain elements are present in a situation. Just like other intentional torts, intention is required in false imprisonment and is a very important element.
International human rights law (HRL) is applicable during times of peace; and International humanitarian law (IHL) is applicable during time of armed conflict, war, and occupation. These two laws are founded to complete each other and both are part of international law which recognizes relations between states. International human rights law and international humanitarian law are applicable in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, but Israel is trying to evade its responsibility in the application of them and violate them. International human rights law aims to protect the fundamental rights of individuals and groups from violations. It depends on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in1948, also there
subject of any reservations whatsoever since these would be inconsistent with the aim and purpose of Protocol I and undermine its basis”. Chapter 3: International Human Rights Law International human Rights law is set of law which is International legal Framework to protect rights of humans and to promote human rights on regional, civil and domestic level. Concept of human rights, entitles every human being to have hisher basic human rights without any discrimination on the basis of political or religious affiliation, race, sex, nationality, language or any other characteristic. This domain of law is widely accepted and practiced in almost whole world. States have acknowledged the need and significance of Human Rights from the past examples of World wars when Human were tortured, humiliated, and brutally treated.
The principle of equality and non-discrimination as spelled out in international refugee and human rights law plays a fundamental role in the guarantee of social and economic rights to refugees. Under the refugee law, Article 3 of the 1951 Refugee Convention provides that: “The Contracting States shall apply the provisions of this Convention to refugees without discrimination as to race, religion or country of origin.” From above it is clear that Article 3 of the Convention forbids discrimination only to the extent it is premised on race, religion or country of origin. However, the Preamble to the Convention makes a reference to the UN Charter and also to the UDHR as having affirmed “the principle that human beings shall enjoy fundamental rights and freedoms without discrimination” and the expression by the UN of, “its profound concern for refugees” having “endeavoured to assure refugees the widest possible exercise of these fundamental rights and freedoms”. Consequently, the 1951 Refugee Convention has its roots within the broad contours of the international human rights law framework. Accordingly, the rights enumerated in several international human rights instruments, given that they apply to all people irrespective of status, must apply equally to refugees.
The evolution of the mandates of U.N. Peacekeeping Forces “The Purposes of the United Nations are: To maintain international peace and security, and to that end: to take effective collective measures for the prevention and removal of threats to the peace, and for the suppression of acts of aggression or other breaches of the peace, and to bring about by peaceful means, and in conformity with the principles of justice and international law, adjustment or settlement of international disputes or situations which might lead to a breach of the peace.” (As provided by article 1 paragraph 1 of the U.N. Charter, adopted in San Francisco in 1945) It is with this goal in mind that the United Nations Security Council (hereafter “the Security Council”)
The Suppliants therefore, had to be accepted officially as asylum seekers and be protected under the divine safety net by the city’s officials. The Suppliants relates to today’s refugee crisis and how countries are responding to asylum seekers running away from violent conflict, or economic instability. It determines something fundamental about our humanity and above all responsibility cannot be avoided even if the political and the economic stakes are high. The play provides a historical depth view that reflects today’s
Did you think these people wanted to leave their country? I think not. I simply cannot condone your statement, disparaging the refugees as it is either over-simplistic or falsified; it is our duty to help those people who are desperately in need. Sincerely, Hamin
In the article entitles, “The Protection of Refugee Children in Malaysia: Wishful Thinking or Reality?, Amer (2005) states that Malaysian government claims the issue of protection upon refugee children has fall under the CRC which Malaysia has ratified. Furthermore, Dina Imam Supaat (2012) also claims that since Malaysian authority has been ratified the CRC, thus, it brings Malaysia with a commitment to put the best interest of the child as the priority. Hence, any decision or action that will affect the life or survival of the child, this principle should be on consideration. Discussing on the treatment accorded to refugee children by Malaysian authorities, there are several issues that need to be focused. First one is the issue of detention.
The reason why states of origins must be held remedially responsible is because refugees must entail the provision of durable solution to their displacement. According to what a refugee is, the definition gives an impression that the creation of a refugee is often a crime of the state. The problem must first be solved at the place of origin, if state does not seeks help in dealing with the tribal groups that violate the human rights of individuals, then the state should be dealt with by international law. The International Criminal Court and the International Criminal Court Tribunal for Rwanda must help to ensure individuals are held responsible for egregious human violations. Their duty is to ensure that the safety of citizens is 100% secured and people who participate in human violation are being investigated and dealt with.