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THE UNHCR IN MALAYSIA : THE MANDATE AND CHALLENGES

@inproceedings{Supaat2014THEUI,
  title={THE UNHCR IN MALAYSIA : THE MANDATE AND CHALLENGES},
  author={Dina Imam Supaat},
  year={2014}
}
The aim of this study is to show that UNHCR plays a significant role in the protection of refugees in Malaysia even though it encountered endless challenges. This study analyses the role and duty of the UNHCR office in Malaysia since its first involvement during the Indochina refugee crisis in Southeast Asia. Specifically, it explains and analyses the challenges that UNHCR face in fulfilling its mandated duty in the country. The study covers the historical aspect of the UNHCR establishment and… 
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