Rechtliche und tats„chliche Situation pal„stinensischer Flchtlinge

Diplomica Verlag
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Die Frage der pal„stinensischen Flchtlinge ist seit 1948 ein Kernpunkt des israelisch-arabischen Konflikts. Die vorliegende Studie gibt einen šberblick ber den historischen Kontext dieses Konfliktes und insbesondere der Nakba - der Massenflucht der Pal„stinenser von 1948 - sowie ber die Lage der Flchtlinge in den Zufluchtsstaaten. Es wird der Frage nachgegangen, ob sich pal„stinensische - ebenso wie andere - Flchtlinge auf die Schutzmechanismen der Genfer Flchtlingskonvention (GFK) berufen k”nnen. Darber hinaus wird untersucht, welche Staatsangeh”rigkeit die pal„stinensischen Flchtlinge besitzen. Sind sie pal„stinensische oder israelische Staatsangeh”rige oder gar staatenlos und welche Konsequenzen ergeben sich daraus? Ein weiterer Schwerpunkt der Studie liegt auf der Prfung, ob ein Unterschied zwischen der rechtlichen und der tats„chlichen Situation der pal„stinensischen Flchtlinge in Bezug auf deren Rckkehr besteht.
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Sandra Herting wurde 1980 geboren und lebt in Berlin. Sie hat International Relations an der Freien Universit„t Berlin studiert und forscht im Rahmen ihrer Doktorarbeit derzeit ber Flchtlingslager in Ruanda. In die vorliegende Studie sind neben einer umfassenden Literaturrecherche auch pers”nliche Erfahrungen der Autorin aus Aufenthalten in den pal„stinensischen Gebieten und Jordanien in den Jahren 2008, 2010, 2011 und 2012 sowie aus zahlreichen Gespr„chen mit pal„stinensischen Flchtlingen mit eingeflossen.
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Diplomica Verlag
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Published on
Jun 30, 2013
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Pages
108
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ISBN
9783842898318
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German
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Law / International
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