quota refugee


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quota refugee

n (Pol) → Kontingentflüchtling m
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The first Vietnamese families arrived in Birmingham in the summer of 1977, although the big influx came a few years later under the Thatcher Government's quota refugee programme.
The family arrived in Estonia as quota refugees from Greece in June 2016.
Countries outside the region have only agreed to receive a total of about 50,000 quota refugees from Syria, less than 2% of the total refugee population.
In response to this human right violation the New Zealand Government accepts up to 750 quota refugees each year through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
In more recent years, refugees are considered a potential security risk--the fact that thus far Australia has only admitted 187 of the 12,000 Iraqi and Syrian refugees it committed to resettle last year is evidence of the securitisation of refugee migration in Australia, which is both a result of post-9/11 anxieties and of the influence the discourse on asylum-seekers had on discussions about quota refugees. (5)