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SPAIN NISA NABILA
In the last several years, the world has witnessed the most severe refugee crisis since World War II. Over 51 million people world-wide had been forced to flee their home due to war, violence and violation of human right. Out of the 51.2 million people recorded by the UNHCR, 16.7 million were refugee, 33.3 million were internally displaced persons and nearly 1.2 million were awaiting a decision on their application for international protection. Spain’s Law Regulating the Right of Asylum and Subsidiary Protection provides three types of international protection: conventional asylum for refugees, subsidiary protection, and exceptional protection for humanitarian reasons. In this case, the High Commissioner has done some action, such as working with partners to improve the enjoyment of rights by persons under...