The UN Refugee Convention cessation clause and its application to Rwandan refugees based in Kenya

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The UN Refugee Convention cessation clause and its application to Rwandan refugees based in Kenya

Kenya like many other countries offers asylum to refugees in fulfillment of the provisions of the 1951 UN Refugee Convention as well as the 1969 OAU Refugee Convention. The United Nations envisioned an end to refugee status when the reasons for flight as well as persecution no longer continued to exist. The cessation clause marks the end of refugee status and thus facilitates re-establishment in the country of origin. This study endeavours to explore the impact that the cessation clause will have on Rwandan refugees residing in Kenya.

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  • Author
    Serah Esendi Okumu
  • Year of publication
    2013
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