Refugees

A refugee, generally speaking, is a displaced person who has been forced to cross national boundaries and who cannot return home safely. Such a person may be called an asylum seeker until granted refugee status by the contracting state or the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) if they formally make a claim for asylum. The lead international agency coordinating refugee protection is the United Nations Office of the UNHCR. The United Nations has a second office for refugees, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), which is solely responsible for supporting the large majority of Palestinian refugees.

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IAP · 24 May 2022 English

oThere is growing change and health in a coordinated and evidence from reports of the United Nations harmonious manner for the whole of Framework Convention on Climate Change Africa to …

‘climate permanent homes (NRC and IDMC, 2015). In refugees’ include economic, political (e.g. the Ethiopian populations Types of civil rights and civil society Refugees 1 Adapted from ClimDev-Africa (2013) and WHO (2013)


AU · 24 May 2022 Spanish

Ministro, República Democrática de Congo Representante del Banco africano de desarrollo Representante del Reino de Noruega Representante de ADUA-NEPAD – Director General o Adjunto Representante del PMA – Director de …

Robert Hakiza, Director Ejecutivo de Young African Refugees for Integral Development (YARID) y presidente


AU · 24 May 2022 English

Minister of Health, Democratic Republic of Congo UNDP Dr. [...] Laouan Magagi, Minister of prevention of all Humanitarian Action and Crisis forms of malnutrition Management, Republic of Niger in humanitarian …

Robert Hakiza, Executive Director, Young African Refugees for Integral Development (YARID) and Chairman


RCOA · 23 May 2022 English

implementing its pledge to abolish temporary protection as quickly as possible, to enable the 19,000 refugees affected by this policy to fully embrace the opportunity to make a life-long contribution to Australia the Morrison Government’s decisions in March to offer 16,500 additional places over four years for refugees from Afghanistan and to enable Ukrainian citizens to access three years of humanitarian protection work of UNHCR and to engage governments in the region on achievable and incremental steps to enable refugees to live, work and study legally. [...] Attention must also be paid to lengthy delays in Australia’s

Australia’s offshore processing policy, the 19,000 refugees subject to temporary protection, the 30,000 people protection as quickly as possible, to enable the 19,000 refugees affected by this policy to fully embrace the opportunity applications for 172 refugees and 144 separated family members, providing a pathway for refugees in offshore processing at a time when resettlement as a solution for refugees is more needed than ever before. We applauded offer 16,500 additional places over four years for refugees from Afghanistan and to enable Ukrainian citizens


RCOA · 19 May 2022 English

The country with the largest proportionate threatene the most punitive policies aimed to number of refugees is Lebanon, followed by deter vulnerable people from seeking Colombia then Pakistan. [...] boat Countries in general do not allow Myt someone to apply for a visa Even when they are found to be refugees, the ees are a Refug l because they are a refugee punishment continues.

Rnita Dacho How many are there? Who are Resettling refugees they? Where do they go? For many decades, Australia forcibly displaced from their home. Of these, refugees in the world from around 48 million were displaced (internally displaced), while 26.4 million are refugees. them to settle in Australia. The top five countries contribution is refugees worldwide: important, as relatively few countries resettle refugees. • Syria, with Afghanistan, with 2.6 million harder than ever for refugees to • South Sudan, with 2.2 million find protection


World Bank Group · 19 May 2022

increasing the effectiveness and impact of DRDIP's nonfarm livelihood activities on the targeted refugees and host communities.


AU · 19 May 2022 English

1.6 Note that: (i) the costs of preparing the proposal and of negotiating the contract, including a visit to the Client, are not reimbursable as a direct cost of the …

Research and Development; Humanitarian Affairs: - Refugees and Asylum Seekers; - Internal Displaced Persons


NORC · 19 May 2022 English

In total, 47 interviews were removed for nonresponse to at least 50% of the questions asked of them, for completing the survey in less than one-third the median interview time …

(N=1,172) refugees from 4/14- Ukraine 18/2022 79 57 22 14 6 2 4 - 1 (N=1,085) Accepting refugees 05/12-


AMSSA · 18 May 2022 English

act as the sector’s national voice to help build a Canadian society in which all immigrants and refugees are able to participate fully. [...] OPERATION UKRAINIAN SAFE HAVEN The Operation Ukrainian Safe

a Canadian society in which all immigrants and refugees are able to participate fully. OPERATION UKRAINIAN


EPRS · 18 May 2022

transition to adulthood, children from Roma or other minority groups or who are asylum-seekers, refugees or migrants and were residing in Ukraine and were stateless before leaving their countries of origin


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