Webinar on Immigration, Citizenship and Human Rights

In contemporary times what we see is that once the citizens of a particular state/country are driven out from their country on account of being a follower of particular faith, he or she is not normally accepted by the host country, doors of generosity are not being opened rather a cruel or in human mode is opted by the host country by throwing the persecuted person into the immigration or detention centres. In India such suppressed souls find places in jails thus completely taking away their freedom and liberty. India although is not signatory to the convention of 1951 on refugees but India being a constitutionally governed country cannot shy away from the democratic principles of humanity as clearly mentioned under article 21 of constitution.

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