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WRITENET is a network of researchers and writers on human rights, forced migration, ethnic and political conflict. It is a subsidiary of Practical Management (UK). WRITENET country papers are commissioned by UNHCR. They are prepared on the basis of publicly available information, analysis and comment. All sources are cited. The papers are not, and do not purport to be, either exhaustive with regard to conditions in the countries surveyed, or conclusive as to the merits of any particular claim to refugee status or asylum. The views expressed in the papers are those of the authors and are not necessarily those of UNHCR.
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Timor-Leste: Background Paper on Human Rights, Refugees and Asylum Seekers

1 February 2005 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

People's Republic of China: Background Paper on the Situation of the Tibetan Population

1 February 2005 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

China: Background Paper on the Situation of North Koreans in China

1 January 2005 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Ukraine: Situation Analysis and Trend Assessment

1 November 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Moldova: Situation Analysis and Trend Assessment

1 October 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Burundi, DR Congo, Rwanda: The Dynamics of the Gatumba Refugee Massacre

1 September 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Colombia and its Neighbours: Early Warning Analysis

1 September 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Ethiopia: The Gambella Conflict - Structures and Prognosis

16 August 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Nepal: Early Warning Analysis

1 August 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

Thailand: Background Paper on Human Rights, Refugees and Asylum Seekers

1 July 2004 | Publisher: WRITENET | Document type: Country Reports

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