The aims of the conference, co-organized by the OIC and the government of Turkmenistan, were reinforced by the launch of a second edition of a poignant book, "The Right to Asylum between Islamic Shari'ah and International Refugee Law," by Ahmed Abou-El-Wafa.
What does IRL stand for?
IRL stands for International Refugee Law
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- Inspiratory Resistive Loading (respiratory studies)
- Institut Ramon Llull (Catalan studies consortium; various locations)
- Institute for Research in Learning
- Integrated Reader Lock
- Integrated Regional Laboratories (Ft Lauderdale, Florida)
- Integrated Requirements List (US Air Force)
- Intelligent Robotics Laboratory (School of Engineering, Vanderbilt University)
- Inter-Repeater Link
- Interactive Reader Language
- Interagency Review Letter
- Internet Reconfigurable Logic
- Interrupt Request Line (computing)
- Republic Of Ireland (Eireann, International Auto Identification)
- Independent Reading Level Assessment (American Reading Company)
- Independent Research Libraries Association (est. 1972)
- Individual Running Ledger Account (India)
- Institute of Registered Landscape Architects
- International Religious Liberty Association (est. 1893; Silver Spring, MD)
- Item Repair Level Analysis
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The aims of the conference, which was co-organized by the OIC and the government of Turkmenistan, were reinforced by the launch of a second edition a poignant book, The Right to Asylum between Islamic Shariah and International Refugee Law by Ahmed Abou El-Wafa.
In case of the Afghans, Refugee status has only been granted to them in name while normal International Refugee law is not applied to them under the repatriation policy pursued by the Government of Pakistan, said a speaker in the session titled Registered Afghans Living in Pakistan Refugees in the real sense?
s Constitution, its Refugees Act, and in international refugee law told journalists.
For example, there is no legal obligation to share the refugee burden in any of the treaties that make up international refugee law.
The most high-profile cases have shown that those who are not includable or are excludable under international refugee law may nevertheless be entitled to international protection if they face, for example, the prospect of torture or cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatment on their return.
Pakistan's hosting of so many Afghan refugees and its respect for the principle of voluntary return has been in line with international refugee law but it has not yet signed the 1951 Refugee Convention or its 1967 Protocol.
Tribes that came from beyond the borders of Sudan must immediately exit from the territory of native tribes," he said, adding that they may be granted status as refugees or guests in the country in accordance with international refugee laws, "but not at the expense of the people of the region".