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The Swiss cases before the 53rd Session of the UN Committee against Torture and their Contributions to the Interpretation of the Principle of Non-Refoulement

7 Oct admin

The advent of individuals forced to flee their homes has become one of the biggest human rights crises in modern history. According to most recent data from UNHCR, a total of 65.3 million people are currently forcibly displaced worldwide and nearly 34,000 continue to be internally displaced every day due to conflict or persecution.