Refugee Resettlement

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This literature reviews the refugees’ in their countries and also situations in adopted countries of those who have moved from their own countries, their human rights and problems. There are enormous numbers of refugees in North America from all over the world, due to their unfortunate circumstances in their own countries. It is true that advanced countries around the world such as Canada, United States, also Non governmental organisations (NGOs), and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) attempt to help those asylum seekers. Even though, this still is a problem as significant financing of UNHCR resettlement operations (including flexibility of resettlement in the management of the office’s unified budget to meet the needs of resettlement), and the introduction of ‘New players’ in the global resettlement process, all pose challengers to UNHCR and its partners still continue (Troeller, 2002). Human rights are applied to any human beings who live on earth, as Universal Declaration of Human Rights is established on 10 December 1948, after the experience of World War Two, by United Nations. (UN General Assembly, 1948) There were so many things human being went through in the past and, the world has learnt many things including disabilities those need to be changed. Therefore, this declaration is certainly applied to the people such as refugees. It is true that these days, NGOs and UNHCR, and some countries around the world such as United States are taking parts to solve the problem, and attempting to make the circumstances better. Mentionable thing is, that what is the reason enormous numbers of refugees exist. There are several reasons, and those are race, politics, religions, nationality, and so on. Wars oft... ... middle of paper ... ...earch to Promote Effective Refugee Resettlement, 43(1), 56-71. doi: 10.1177/1363461506061757 Simich, Laura., Beiser, Morton. & Mawani, N, Farah. (2003). Western Journal of Nursing Research: Social Support and the Significance of shared Experience in refugee Migration and Resettlement, 25(7), 872-891. doi: 10.1177/0193945903256705 UN General Assembly. (1948). Universal Declaration of Human Rights. UN General Assembly: Declaration adopted at United Nations General Assembly. Palais de Chailot, Paris. UN General Assembly. (1951). Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. UN General Assembly: Convention approved at a United Nations Conference. United States. Dennis McNamara. (1998). Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement. Paper submitted to All Directors, Chiefs of Section, Chiefs of Unit, Heads of Desks, all UNHCR Field Offices. United Nations.
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