Temporary Protection of Refugees in Europe in the '90s1 Morten Kjaerum Introduction Discussions about the use of temporary protection of refugees crop up at regular intervals in national and international fora where the question of protection of refugees is on the agenda. In the Helsinki Document 1992 the CSCE decided to organize a seminar on 'Migration, including Refugees and Displaced Persons'. This decision was a result of the growing attention the CSCE has developed in this area. The Helsinki Document 1992 includes several new commitments for the CSCE Participating States in this respect (paragraphs 39-46).2 Over the years temporary protection has been seen as one of the means available to a country facing a mass influx of refugees. Temporary protection has thus been discussed and used, among other places, in connection with Vietnamese refugees in Hong Kong, Thailand and elsewhere in South East Asia, in connection with Afghan refugees in Pakistan and Iran, and in connection with Iranian refugees in Turkey. Once again we are in a situation where the international community is looking for remedies in order to be able to act rapidly and provide protection for a large number of refugees, viz., the refugees from the
Helsinki Monitor (in 2008 continued as Security and Human Rights) – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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