Bhutan: ten years later and still waiting to go home: the case of the refugees
This document describes the experiences of two Nepalese refugees from Bhutan as illustrations of the problems facing the people in the refugee camps. They are waiting for the governments of Bhutan and Nepal to come to an agreement on their right to return to Bhutan. But ten years after they first arrived at the refugee … Continue reading Bhutan: ten years later and still waiting to go home: the case of the refugees →
Israel and the Occupied Territories/Palestinian Authority: the right to return: the case of the Palestinians
This document states AI’s policy position on the right to return, and its application in the case of the Palestinian people.
Bosnia-Herzegovina: waiting on the doorstep: minority returns to eastern Republika Srpska
This document describes Amnesty International’s concerns in 2000 and puts forward recommendations related to the implementation of the right to return in parts of the Republika Srpska, notably the Drina river valley (also known as the Podrinje region) in the east of the entity.
Bhutan: nationality, expulsion, statelessness and the right to return
This document outlines the application of international human rights standards to questions of nationality, statelessness and repatriation and examines various country situations and repatriation programs. The prime aim of this document is to assist in bringing about a solution to the situation of nearly 100, 000 people, most of whom claim to be from southern … Continue reading Bhutan: nationality, expulsion, statelessness and the right to return →
The Middle East: fear, flight and forcible exile
This report, one of five reports on refugees in different regions, is part of a worldwide Amnesty International campaign for refugees’ human rights. The campaign, launched in March 1997, focuses on three cornerstone issues, which are increasingly threatened, undermined or ignored by governments around the world: human rights protection in countries of origin, human rights … Continue reading The Middle East: fear, flight and forcible exile →