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United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1951d). Article 22: Public Education. The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. Geneva: United Nations.

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  • TITLE: Conflict Zones of the Middle East: New Challenges in Search for Durable Solutions for the Arab Refugees

    AUTHORS: Misbah Saboohi

    KEYWORDS: Refugees, Asylum, Human Trafficking, United Nations Organization Forcefully Displaced People, Protection

    JOURNAL NAME: Beijing Law Review, Vol.9 No.4, September 25, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Conflict zones of the Middle East (Iraq, Syria) have seen a new phenomenon of hardship by their people to reach safety. Finding refuge is now a challenge which has defeated the very spirit of United Nations organization (UNO) & its supporting agencies which were initially made to help the refugees. This article mentions the reluctance of states that United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) is facing to give protection to refugees coming from Syria and Iraq. It means that international legal framework developed post World War II is crumbling. Refugees are no more welcomed. The legal restrictions by the receiving states introduced a new problem of human trafficking. Refugees are “criminalized” for entering the receiving states without legal papers. These helpless people are now almost stateless due to losing promised protections of International law for the victims of wars. The state-parties to the 1951 UN Convention For Refugees, have abandoned treaty duties. This article outlines the international law challenges from the states about the refugees coming from Middle East. Article gives an overview for the current state practices of the 1951 UN convention for Refugee protection and later in the end, article offers some solutions.