Barbara Harell-Bond from Oxford University and Oroub El-Abed from SOAS University

The Cessation Clause under the 1951 Refugee Convention: The Uganda Style, by Barbara Harrell-Bond. Empathy for Palestinians with Egyptian Travel Documents?, by Oroub El-Abed.


Prof. Harrell explained the two ways in which refugee status under the 1951 Refugee Convention can be ended. The first is in a refugee re-avails him or herself of the protection of his country of origin; the second is when refugees of a particular nationality are deemed no longer in need of international protection because of the 'ceased circumstances’ in their country of origin.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011 - 12