Refugee Rights in Iran

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Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, lawyer, and human rights activist, Shirin Ebadi examines the legal aspects of life as a refugee in Iran. Controversial issues such as the right to education, property, and inheritance are addressed in detail through a comparative study of Iranian and international refugee law.

This book will be of great interest to anyone who helps states and to international organizations that formulate laws that can accommodate the...

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Overview

Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, lawyer, and human rights activist, Shirin Ebadi examines the legal aspects of life as a refugee in Iran. Controversial issues such as the right to education, property, and inheritance are addressed in detail through a comparative study of Iranian and international refugee law.

This book will be of great interest to anyone who helps states and to international organizations that formulate laws that can accommodate the needs of refugees.

Shirin Ebadi was the first Iranian and the first Muslim woman to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003. As a lawyer, judge, lecturer, writer, and activist, she has dedicated her life to fighting for basic human rights, especially those of women and children, both within Iran and abroad.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780863566783
  • Publisher: Saqi Books
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Pages: 254
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Shirin Ebadi was the first Iranian to be awarded a Nobel Prize and the first Muslim woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003. Lawyer, judge, lecturer, writer and activist, she has dedicated her life to fighting for basic human rights.

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Table of Contents

Author's Note 11

1 Historical Review and Legal Sources 15

2 Refugee Status 21

3 Illegal Entry 29

4 Residency Permit 35

5 Marriage 37

6 Birth Registration 41

7 Personal Status 47

8 Right to Property 53

9 Literary and Artistic Rights 59

10 Protection of Trade Marks and Industrial Labels 69

11 Patent Rights 73

12 Access to Courts 77

13 Law Compliance 81

14 Refugee Employment 91

15 Membership in Worker and Employer Unions and Associations 101

16 Social Security 107

17 Freedom of Religion 121

18 Travel Documents 127

19 Naturalization 131

20 Public Education 137

21 Death of Refugee 141

22 Departures 145

23 Final Word 149

24 Appendices 151

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