Seeking Safe Ground. The Legal Situation of Central American Refugees in Mexico
Seeking Safe Ground. The Legal Situation of Central American Refugees in Mexico

Autor(es): 

Friedland, Joan
Rodríguez y Rodríguez, Jesús
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CONTENIDO

Preliminares (PDF)

Foreword (PDF)

Preface (PDF)

Introduction (PDF)

Part 1 (PDF)

1. Mexico and the Refugee Problem

Mexico´s Historical Experience with Refugees

The U.N. Concept of Refugee Compared to the Mexican Concept of Political Asylum

Constitutional Principles and Norms

Secondary Legislation

Regional Inter-American Conventions

The 1951 U. N. Convention and the 1967 Protocol

Comisión Mexicana de Ayuda a Refugiados (COMAR)

Mexico´s Policy within the Framework of the Contadora Group

The Declaration of Cartagena Concerning Refugees

Part 2 (PDF)

4. Central Americans in Mexico

Numbers and Location of Central Americans in Mexico

Roles of COMAR and UNHCR

The Refugees' Ability to Obtain Legal Status as Foreigners in México

The South

The Interior of Mexico

Government Policy

Acces to Benefits

The U.S.-Mexican Border

Conclusion (PDF)

Appendices

A. Executive Decree Creating the Mexican Comission to Aid Refugees

B. Agreement Between the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the Government of Mexico

C. Selected Provisions of the General Law of Population

D. Selected Provisions of the Regulations of the General Law on Population

Notes

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