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Promoting and fulfilling the human rights of migrants

Promoting and fulfilling the human rights of migrants

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Published by Center for Migrant Advocacy in Quezon City, Philippines .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesDr. Alfredo J. Ganapin advocacy forum series II
ContributionsCenter for Migrant Advocacy Philippines.
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p. :
Number of Pages124
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16730291M
LC Control Number2008313137

Purpose. Ka whakamana tangata – A Life of Dignity for All. Vision. A credible, effective, connected and highly-valued organisation that makes human rights real and relevant within and outside the organisation, confident in its Te Tiriti-based aspiration and making a positive impact for all individuals, whaānau, hapū, communities and iwi in Aotearoa New Zealand. (e) united nations human rights office. u n i t e d n at i o n s. palais des nations ch geneva 10 †switzerland t +41 22 92 20 f +41 22 90 08 Migrants should not be sent back to countries where they risk ill-treatment and torture, as collective expulsion and push backs are prohibited under international law; As stated in Agenda , development aid has the universal and transformative goal of eradicating .


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