Proceedings of 1st International Conference of Law and Justice - Good Governance and Human Rights in Muslim Countries: Experiences and Challenges (ICLJ 2017)

Collaborative Protection of Rohingya's Muslim Asylum Seekers in North Aceh

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Khamami Zada
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Khamami Zada
Available Online November 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/iclj-17.2018.8How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Refugee and asylum seekers; Rohinya; collaborative protection; interntaional law.
Abstract
Refugee and asylum seekers recently have been global issues. They usually are minorities stateless that escape oppression from their country. Having arrived in the host country, they will face many problems such as settlements, logistics, health, and education. They need any protections based on international law principles. Yet, many countries do not have any capacities to provide their rights as refugees and asylum seekers. This study analyzes the Indonesian government's protection policy for Rohingya's Muslim asylum seekers in North Aceh. By investigating political policy, the study found that Indonesian government respects to the international refugee law principles to protect themto receive freedoms enabling them to live well-protected. This protection has been significantly determined by the collaboration of Indonesian government policy with international organisation and Indonesian civil society. This study suggests that Indonesian government should propose a comprehensive solution for granting them to live well based on international human rights principles.
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