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III.14. Unhcr Executive Committee General Conclusion No. 99 (LV) 2004 on International Protection

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This chapter deals with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Executive Committee General Conclusion No. 99 (LV) 2004 on International Protection. The Conclusion mentions that States, UNHCR, other inter-governmental as well as non-governmental organizations (NGOs) should identify opportunities particularly at the national and regional level to cooperate and to consider their respective contributions to the implementation of the Agenda's Programme of Action. The executive committee recognizes that some countries of asylum, in particular developing countries and countries in transition which host large numbers of refugees and asylum-seekers, carry a heavy burden; and reiterates in this regard its strong commitment to international solidarity and burden and responsibility sharing.

Keywords: asylum-seekers; international protection; non-governmental organizations (NGOs); UNHCR executive committee



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