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Asylum and Refugee Law Quiz

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1. What principle prohibits the return of asylum seekers to a country where they face serious threats to their life or freedom?

2. Which international treaty is considered the foundation of modern refugee law?

3. What is required for an individual to be recognized as a refugee under the 1951 Refugee Convention?

4. Which body oversees the implementation of the 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol?

5. What does the term 'non-refoulement' imply in the context of asylum and refugee law?

6. What is a key difference between a refugee and an asylum seeker?

7. In the context of asylum and refugee law, what constitutes a 'particular social group'?

8. Which of the following scenarios would most likely qualify an individual for refugee status under the 1951 Refugee Convention?

9. What term is used to describe temporary protection granted to individuals who may not qualify as refugees but cannot return to their country due to conflict or disaster?

10. How does the principle of 'family unity' influence asylum and refugee procedures?