CONCLUSIONS OF THE SEMINAR ON PROTECTION OF AFRICAN REFUGEES AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS HELD IN HARARE

CONCLUSIONS OF THE SEMINAR ON PROTECTION OF AFRICAN REFUGEES AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS... Results of a seminar called by the African Commission in Harare, 16-18 February 1994, feprinted in the Seventh Annual Activity Report of the African Commission 1993-1994, �CHPR/RPT/7th. Also reprinted in 4 Review of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights (1994) 168 The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, within the context of its Programme of Activities to promote and ensure respect for human rights in Africa, convened a seminar on "The Protection of African Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons" in Harare from 16-18 February 1994. The seminar debated the following main issues: A, Reviewing the general picture of national, regional and international, governmental or non- B governmental action, in favour of African refugees and internally displaced persons. . Problems of African refugees and internally displaced persons in the context of promotion and ensuring respect for human rights with the view of consolidating action in their favour, with special reference to the needs of children and women. The seminar came to the following general conclusions: The Plight of African refugees and internally displaced persons is a flagrant violation of human dignity and basic human rights. This plight also constitutes a permanent threat to orderly and peaceful http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Human Rights Law in Africa Online Brill

CONCLUSIONS OF THE SEMINAR ON PROTECTION OF AFRICAN REFUGEES AND INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS HELD IN HARARE

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Martinus Nijhoff
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Copyright 2004 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1385-3716
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10.1163/221160604X00936
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Results of a seminar called by the African Commission in Harare, 16-18 February 1994, feprinted in the Seventh Annual Activity Report of the African Commission 1993-1994, �CHPR/RPT/7th. Also reprinted in 4 Review of the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights (1994) 168 The African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights, within the context of its Programme of Activities to promote and ensure respect for human rights in Africa, convened a seminar on "The Protection of African Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons" in Harare from 16-18 February 1994. The seminar debated the following main issues: A, Reviewing the general picture of national, regional and international, governmental or non- B governmental action, in favour of African refugees and internally displaced persons. . Problems of African refugees and internally displaced persons in the context of promotion and ensuring respect for human rights with the view of consolidating action in their favour, with special reference to the needs of children and women. The seminar came to the following general conclusions: The Plight of African refugees and internally displaced persons is a flagrant violation of human dignity and basic human rights. This plight also constitutes a permanent threat to orderly and peaceful

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