what kind of protection they are talking about. we don’t believe that there is a protection for the refugees sleeping on the road like rubbish in Italy
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They can seek asylum in our country are persecuted for reasons of race, regligione, nationality, membership of a social group and for their political views. ASYLUM SEEKERS These are people who, being outside the country in which they habitually resident, can not or will not return for fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or their political views. They can seek asylum in our country by asking for a recognition of international protection. REFUGEES They are the ones that have earned the recognition of “refugee staus” following the acceptance of their application. PERSONS ELIGIBLE FOR SUBSIDIARY PROTECTION In accordance with European legislation, the legislative decree 19 November 2007, No 251 has provided international protection status as well as the refugee status of subsidiary protection as well. This status is granted to those who do not possess even qualify for refugee status can not be returned to the country of origin or, for stateless, country of residence, as there is a well-founded fear of suffering serious harm may to his life or his incolomità. THE GENEVA CONVENTION RELATIVE TO THE STATUS OF REFUGEES (1951) Adopted in Geneva on 28 July 1951, establishes the conditions for being considered a refugee, the forms of legal protection, other assistance. social rights that the refugee should receive from states parties to the document and the obligations of the latter against host governments. The Convention, which was effective in Italy by Law of July 24, 1954 No 722, defines “refugee” one “who rightly fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality and is unable or will not, because of this fear, herself of the protection of this country, or who, not having nationality and being outside the country of his former habitual residence as a result of such events, is unable or unwilling to return for fear of the above “(Article 1). To complement the Convention was attended by the Protocol signed in New York in 1967 that removed the limitations of time and place fixed in the original text of the Convention. From September 2009 on-line versions are translated into ten languages: Amharic, Kurdish, do, French, English, Spanish, Serbian, Somali, Tigrinya, and Arabic of the Practical Guide for applicants for international protection and the Practical Guide to Security Holders international publication coordinated by the Directorate of Civil Immigration and Asylum of the Department for Civil Liberties and Immigration of the Ministry of the Interior and the Commission nzionale for the right to asylum.