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Query Responses

Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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Angola : information sur la situation des membres et chefs des églises évangéliques; le traitement réservé aux membres par les autorités; information indiquant si les membres sont contraints de se joindre au Mouvement populaire de libération de l'Angola (MPLA) par les autorités de l'État ou les membres du parti (2014-septembre 2016)

15 September 2016 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Angola: Information on the situation of members and leaders of Evangelical churches; treatment of members by authorities; whether members are forced to join the People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) by State authorities or members of the party (2014-September 2016)

15 September 2016 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Cameroon: Information on the treatment of homosexuals in Cameroon.

3 August 2012 | Publisher: Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre | Document type: Query Responses

Israel: The treatment of conscientious objectors called up for reserve duty or military service

10 March 2010 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

China -Tibet: Dissemination of nationalist messages, treatment of Tibetans holding anti-China views, consequences for Tibetans leaving illegally, restrictions on Tibetans practicing Buddhism

29 June 2009 | Publisher: Country of Origin Research and Information (CORI) | Document type: Query Responses

China -Tibet: Dissemination of nationalist messages, treatment of Tibetans holding anti-China views, consequences for Tibetans leaving illegally, restrictions on Tibetans practicing Buddhism

29 June 2009 | Publisher: Country of Origin Research and Information (CORI) | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. What characteristics are specific to members of this church as opposed to Christians or the Protestant religion in general, in the way they pray or practice their religion? 2. How are Local Church members treated in Shanghai? 3. How are Local Church members treated in Sanming City, Fujian?

21 August 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. I have had a look at the DOS 2005 reports. Is there any more specific information on workers' protests in Fujian province 2005 to date (relating to unpaid wages or other labour matters), and how the authorities have dealt with such protests? 2. Would there be any specific information on this particular protest (National Day, 1 October 2005, Fuzhou City central square)? 3. How would police generally be expected to react to this type of protest? For example, on National Day in the central square would it be usual for them to disperse the crowd immediately or is it possible that they would arrive one hour later? 4. Once demonstrators of this sort have come to the notice of the authorities, does the Public Security Bureau keep them on a blacklist from then on?

18 August 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

China: 1. Is there any country or media information about worker demonstrations in Tianjin on 30 December 2004 over dismissals in the machine industry? 2. What is the official policy on "independent" unions or workers demonstrating on such issues? 3. What is the length of detention? Are there many reports of detentions in Tianjin? 4. What is the normal sentence for "threatening national security and social stability"? 5. Is it normal for a person to be sentenced to 6 months' detention without a trial?

15 August 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Russian Federation: 1. Please provide an update with regard to the law which came into effect in January 2004 which relates to alternative service for new military recruits (conscripts)? 2. Are Christian conscientious objectors generally being allowed to do alternative service? 3. What are the typical alternatives available? 4. What are the views of the main human rights groups about the implementation of the new law? 5. Please provide evidence as to the possible treatment by fellow soldiers of conscripts who are Orthodox Christian, have a Jewish background or have lived abroad and have poor Russian language ability. Is it any worse than that of other conscripts?

20 October 2005 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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