The Status of Palestinian Refugees in International Law

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Selected Abbreviations
ACHPR81 African Charter on Human and Peoples'
Rights of 27 June 1981
AdVArchiv des Völkerrechts
AFSC American Friends Service Committee
AJIL American Journal of International Law
BVerwGBundesveswaltungsgerichts(Federal Admin-
istrative Court, FRG)
BYIL British Yearbook of International Law
Cairo Agreement Israeli-Palestinian Agreement on the Gaza
Strip and the Jericho Area of 4 May 1994
CPAP Center for Policy Analysis on Palestine
CRC89 Convention on the Rights of the Child of 20
November 1989
CRS61 Convention on the Reduction of Stateless-
ness of 30 August 1961
CSR51 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees
of 28 July 1951
CSRP67 Protocol relating to the Status of Refugees of
31 January 1967
CSSP54 Convention relating to the Status of Stateless
Persons of 28 September 1954
DOP93 Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-
Government Arrangements of 13 September
1993 (also referred to as Oslo Agreement)
ECHR50 European Convention for the Protection of
Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms
of 4 November 1950 and Protocols thereto
ECOSOC Economic and Social Council (of the United
Nations)
EJIL European Journal of International Law
ESM Economic Survey Mission (of the United Na-
tions Conciliation Commission for Palestine)
EU European Union
EXCOM Executive Committee of the UNHCR
Programme
FRG Federal Republic of Germany
GAOR ( United Nations) General Assembly, Official
Records

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