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Organizations relating to Exiles

Research Institute of African and African Diaspora Arts / Est. 1977
Extradition Convention, 1907 / Est. 1907
Central American Extradition Convention / Est. 1934
European Council on Refugees and Exiles / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1974
European Civil Servants' International Association of Ex-Resistance Workers, Deportees and Internees / Est. 1981
Treaty for the Extradition of Criminals and for Protection Against Anarchism / Est. 1902
European Legal Network on Asylum / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1985
Convention on Diplomatic Asylum / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1954
International Conference on Central American Refugees / Est. 1988
Network of Mediterranean Crossroad Cities / Est. 1995
Fondation internationale de Dachau
International Federation of Christian Workers in Exile / Est. 1951
Convention on Asylum, 1928 / Est. 1928
International Ravensbrück Committee / Est. 1957
Institute for Research and Education of Women in Africa and the Diaspora
Conseil des jeunes exilés des pays de l'Est
Réseau international d'initiatives locales pour les demandeurs d'asile
World Hebrew Union / Est. 1931
Auckland Refugee Council / Auckland, New Zealand / Est. 1989
Joint Committee for Jewish Secondary Boarding Schools in the Diaspora
Ad Hoc Committee of Experts on the Legal Aspects of Territorial Asylum, Refugees and Stateless Persons
UNITED for Intercultural Action - European Network Against Nationalism, Racism, Fascism and in Support of Migrants and Refugees / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 1992
Platform for European Red Cross Cooperation on Refugees, Asylum-seekers and Migrants / Est. 1997
World Association of Estonians / Est. 1941
Nordic Joint Advisory Group on Refugee Policy / Est. 1986

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World Problems relating to Exiles

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Refugees
Involuntary mass resettlement
Expulsion of immigrants and aliens
Expulsion of ethnic minorities
Physical insecurity of refugees and asylum-seekers
Deportees
Uncontrolled immigration
Detention of refugees and asylum-seekers
Exile
Governmental abuse of extradition
Expulsion of foreign correspondents
Stowing away
Inhibition of personality development in exiled children
Denial of right to cultural asylum
Denial of right to economic asylum
Exclusion of students from schools
Exclusion
Internal exile
Social isolation of quarantine
Rejection of refugees
Asylum hijacking
Bogus asylum seekers
Arbitrary exile
Displaced royalty
Lack of individual rights to political asylum

Action Strategies relating to Exiles

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Rejecting refugees
Denying right to political asylum
Providing asylum
Combatting sexual abuse in countries of refugee asylum
Protecting birds
Conserving raptors
Providing sanctuary for animals
Humanizing refugee policy
Seeking asylum
Protecting right to freedom from arbitrary expulsion
Granting extradition
Exiling radical offenders
Mitigating consequences of war-time imprisonment and deportation
Expelling arbitrarily
Reducing impediments to extradition
Providing impediments to extradition
Abusing asylum
Providing royalty asylum
Fighting deportation
Providing physical security for refugees and asylum-seekers
Providing sufficient individual rights to political asylum
Establishing parliament-in-exile
Exile

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