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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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Syria: the situation of Kurds, including their treatment by the authorities since the start of the uprising (March 2011-July 2012)

7 August 2012 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Syrie : information sur la situation et le traitement des chrétiens depuis mars 2011; information indiquant si les insurgés considèrent les chrétiens comme loyaux au président al-Assad; information sur le traitement que les insurgés réservent aux chrétiens à Homs

29 June 2012 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: Situation and treatment of Christians since March 2011; whether insurgents perceive Christians to be loyal to President Assad; treatment of Christians by insurgents in Homs

29 June 2012 | Publisher: Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada | Document type: Query Responses

Greece: 1. Please provide information on the type and level of state protection available to women against domestic violence in Greece. What branches of government, specific government departments, institutions and organisations provide assistance to female victims of family violence? 2. What specific laws and policies are in place to protect women against family violence? 3. Is police protection withheld from women because of their gender? 4. Has the level of protection available to women been affected by Greek's economic downturn? 5. Does the child of a Syrian national have a legally enforceable right to enter and reside in Syria? Does a child of a female Syrian citizen have the right to Syrian citizenship or permanent residency under Syrian law? 6. Does Greek law allow for dual citizenship?

1 May 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: 1. Are men born to Lebanese fathers entitled to Lebanese citizenship? 2. If yes, do they have a right to enter and reside in Lebanon without restriction? 3. Is there evidence that Syrian forces have managed to return anti-government critics to Syria and/or Lebanese forces would return anti-government critics to Syria? 4. Is there any evidence that the Syrian secret service is active in Australia? Or that any actions/views expressed in Australia would come to the attention of such services in Lebanon or Syria? 5. What are the chances of the Assad regime being toppled in the foreseeable future and if this happened what would be the risk for Shia Alawites?

26 April 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: 1. Please provide updated information on the effectiveness of State protection in Syria (and Homs in particular) for a Christian woman who is a widow.

18 April 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: 1. What is the current situation for Christians in Syria, in particular Homs, following the recent uprisings, including whether Christians are the targets of anti-Assad protesters? 2. Is there any reporting on people (especially Christians) who owe money to anyone with links to the Assad government?

18 April 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: Information regarding the religious or ethnic elements of the fighting in Daraa

27 February 2012 | Publisher: Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: Information on the anti-government uprising in Daraa, particularly prior to December 2011. Were Sunnis particularly targeted? Any reports of the opposition assisting fighters to leave the Daraa area? Is fighting continuing in that area?

27 February 2012 | Publisher: Ireland: Refugee Documentation Centre | Document type: Query Responses

Syria: 1. Country Advice SYR39739 of 20 January 2012, states that that the Syrian government had recalled reservists in the wake of the Syrian uprising. However, this 2011 recall reportedly had mixed success with ‘credible evidence' suggesting that the regime was 'unable to call back more than 60 per cent of its reserves', according to a December 2011 report by Michael Weiss titled Safe Area for Syria: An Assessment of Legality, Logistics and Hazards. What were the reasons behind the government's inability to call back 60 per cent of its reserves? For example, were the reservists inaccessible or had they intentionally evaded the recall? 2. Is there any information to suggest that reservists have faced punishment or illtreatment for failing to respond to the government's recall of its reservists?

21 February 2012 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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