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Hello folks, We at Ekens Foundation International, a Think Tank Civil and Political Rights Campaigner, Helping rejected Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Less-Privileged, detainees Globally. accredited member of the United Nations Consultative Status of Economic and Social, Council, Promoting Universal Periodic Reviews on Human Rights and the Mechanisms and Sustainable Development Goal

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Kindly assist us to sign this petition, We want Canada to stop working with country of persecution against refugees and asylum claimants, our goal is to reach as more signatures we could, 

By signing in you are helping the rejected refugees and asylum seekers in various detentions awaiting deportation while we are asking the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau to stop the deportation of refugees, 

In particular,  you are demanding for natural justice specially to the Canadian Prime Minister Justin  Trudeau to reinstate the applicant refugee convention status which Canada vacated in violation of the 1951 convention to the applicant client file# ID 5921-1644 of 3, November 2007 

Considering that, in accordance with the principles proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations, recognition of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world,

Recognizing that those rights derive from the inherent dignity of the human person, In this aspect, the applicant has waited patiently for 14 to 15 years for Canada to respect their obligation in all ramification of international norms practices regarding the universal decoration of fundamental human rights, still, Canada continues to fail to their constitution obligation

Considering the Canadian has failed on convent obligation as a State under the Charter, in particular Article 55, to promote universal respect for, and observance of, human rights and fundamental freedoms,

WHAT IS 1951 GENEVA CONVENTION? The 1951 Refugee Convention is the key legal document that forms the basis of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Ratified​ by 145 State parties including Canada, it defines the term ‘refugee’ and outlines the rights of the displaced, as well as the legal obligations of States to protect them which Canada has failed to comply on the client ID File# 5921-1644 as the case may be.

Article 25 of the Convention, which concerns administrative assistance also
reflects the fact that a refugee cannot rely on the national protection of his or her
country of origin. It is also intended to prevent a refugee from being exposed to persecution through contact with the authorities of his or her country of origin and
to prevent family members and/or associates who still remain in the country of
origin being placed at risk, which Canada has ignored in this particular matter as the case may be. 

The Act for Protection of Personal Data held by Administrative Organs, which derives from the, Personal Data Protection Act, that was was promulgated in 2003.

The(1985)  United Nations Declaration on the Human Rights of Individuals Who are Not Nationals of the Country in Which They Live,  Article 5 (1), Aliens shall enjoy, in accordance with domestic law and subject to the international obligation of the State in which they are present,

In particular the following rights: (b) The right to protection against arbitrary or unlawful interference with privacy, family, home or correspondence.

The convention is to secure in the territory of each Party for every individual, whatever his nationality or residence, respect for his rights and fundamental freedoms, and in particular his right to privacy, with regard to automatic processing of personal data relating to him 

The Confidentiality in asylum procedures is particularly important because of the
vulnerable situation in which refugees and asylum-seekers find themselves as discussed during the Global Consultations on International Protection.

The United Nation Articles affirmed that asylum procedure should at all stages respect the confidentiality of all aspects of an asylum claim, including the fact that the asylum-seeker has made such a request” and highlighted that “no information on the asylum application should be shared with the country of origin, in this particular case, Canada failed to obliged their convention obligation and showed lack of not respect to the international norms of practices regarding the determination of refugees

CANADA FAILED TO MAINTAIN THE CORE PRINCIPLES: The core principle is non-refoulement, which asserts that a refugee should not be returned to a country where they face serious threats to their life or freedom. This is now considered a rule of customary international law which Canada signed and ratified 

CANADA FAILED TO MAINTAIN THE UNHCR RULES: The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) serves as the ‘guardian’ of the 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol. According to the legislation, States are expected to cooperate with us in ensuring that the rights of refugees are respected and protected.

CANADA IS PERSECUTING A REFUGEE APPLICANT CONTRARY TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENT: In determining the meaning of persecution, it is useful to remember that Section 3(3)(f) of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act states that the Act is to be construed and applied in a manner that complies with international human rights instruments to which Canada is a signatory

(a) Who is the agent of protection in this case? Answer: Canada, (b) Who is the agents of persecution in this case? The answer is the applicant country of origin and her security agencies, (c)Do Canada have any legal right under that 1951 Geneva convention to directly communication with the agents of persecution against refugee claimants? Answer is no

CANADA FAILED TO PERFECTLY EVALUATE THE 5 GROUNDS OF PERSECUTION FOR ASYLUM APPLICANTS The 5 grounds of refugees and asylums eligibility, the definition of a Convention refugee states that a claimant's fear of persecution must be "by reason of" one of the five enumerated grounds - that is race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group and political opinion.

WHO IS THE APPLICANT: The applicant whom the identity is withheld for security reasons is a humanitarian person, philanthropist, a volunteer and social worker, who has dedicated his/her life to be helping the less privileged and has become the voice of the voiceless and power of the powerless, deportees and detainees of rejected refugees and asylum seekers

PETITION NARRATIVE: This petition is about the Canadian authority's treatment of a refugee claimant who arrived Canada November 2007, 14 years ago and sought for international protection under the 1951 Geneva conversation and 1967 Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees, application was made eligible against against the applicant agents of persecution, namely the country of origin, refugee application against the persecutory State, namely applicant county of origin that is directly involved in the applicant refugee plight.

The Refugee Board of Canada in 2009 after complete two days of hearing confers the applicant a convention refugee status, and in the same 2009 the applicant applied for a permanent residency, Canadian authority has not given the applicant the permanent residence to date, after 14 years.

Applicant refugees statues was confrere in 2009 on the grounds of race, nationality, membership in particular social group and political opinion under the Canada Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. ss. 107 (1) and Refugee Protection Division Rules, Rule 61

The applicant is been punished by way of reprisals action and systematic oppression including dehumanization by the Canadian authorities for petitioning the Canada to the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva, Communication reference with (UNHRC) G/SO 215/15 CAN (214) -CE/GT/ys 2653/2015 for verification supposes 

Canada applies discrimination, reprisal action and using systematic oppression against the applicant by declaring the applicant inadmissible in Canada for belonging to a particular social and ethnic group and Canada lost the case,
Canada, in turn, forms Allie with the applicant agents of persecution against the applicant,

Canada government used the same the agents of persecution or namely the persecutory state as a source of information in the determination of international protection in violation the international covenant on torture, including the 1951 Geneva conventions which Canada signed and ratified.

Canada used a reprisal action and systematic oppression against the applicant and collaborated with the agents of persecution to stripes the applicant the international protection refuges status and left applicant without status for 14 years till the date.

APPLICANT HAVE CRIMINAL RECORD: Applicants have no criminally and no criminal record, no violation of any kind, still Canadian government incarcerated the applicant at Quebec provincial jail for lengthy   period of time, showing lack of the  appropriate balance between the law’s and willingness to observe the natural justice that should have observed, thereby  allowing  prejudgment execution practices against the applicant.   

The applicant has petitioned Canada to the United Nation Human Rights Committee in Geneva, under that Optional Protocols for Civil and Political Rights.

The United Nation Human Rights Committee in Geneva, under that Optional Protocols for Civil and Political Rights, issued an Interim Measures against Canada informing Canada to stay every action under the Committee Rules 97 

Canadian government  violated the Interim Measures order under the Rules 97 of the (UNHCR) dated on 7th October 2019

Canada government till today challenging the special Rapporteur of the United Nations Human Rights Committee in Geneva on the case. 

Canada violated the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Advisory opinions on the rules of confidentiality regarding asylum information, in this case
Canada violated the United Nations Principles governing the sharing of data on asylum claimants.

UNITED NATIONS HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR REFUGEES, ADVISORY OPINIONS ON THE RULES OF CONFIDENTIALITY REGARDING ASYLUM INFORMATION: International human rights law guarantees everyone the right to privacy and protects individuals from arbitrary or unlawful interference.

In international law, the right to privacy is generally defined as everyone’s right to know whether information concerning him/her is being processed, to obtain it in an intelligible form, without undue delay or expense, and to have appropriate rectification or erasures made in case of unlawful, unnecessary or inaccurate entries.

Effective measures need to be taken to ensure that information concerning a person’s private life does not reach the hands of third parties that might use such
information for purposes incompatible with international human rights law, Canada violated this international law

General principles governing confidentiality require that the sharing of
information with an external party should not jeopardize the safety of the
individual concerned or lead to the violation of his or her human rights.

Art 17 of the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), to which Canada is a Party, states that “no one shall be subjected to arbitrary or unlawful
interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to unlawful
attacks on his honor and reputation.

Canadian legislation which strictly regulates confidentiality requirements imposed
on administrative institutions.

These principles governing the right to privacy are equally applicable to refugees
and asylum-seekers, and other aliens, as they are to the nationals

The right to privacy and its confidentiality requirements are especially important for an asylum-seeker, whose claim inherently supposes a fear of persecution by the
authorities of the country of origin and whose situation can be jeopardized if
protection of information is not ensured.

It would be against the spirit of the 1951 Convention to share personal data or any other information relating to asylum seekers with the authorities of the country of origin until a final rejection of the asylum claim.

In this case, Canada was in constant communication with the applicant country of origin and her agents of persecution thus, allowing the country of persecution to participate in a procedural process of international protection in violation of the 1951 Geneva Convention  

Bearing these concerns in mind, the State that receives and assesses an asylum
request must refrain from sharing any information with the authorities of the
country of origin and indeed from informing the authorities in the country of
origin that a national has presented an asylum claim. This applies regardless of
whether the country of origin is considered by the authorities of asylum as a “safe
country of origin”, or whether the asylum claim is considered to be based on
economic motives. Likewise, the authorities of the country of asylum may not
weigh the risks involved in sharing of confidential information with the country of
origin, and conclude that it will not result in human rights violations.

Canada violated the Canadian charter of right and freedom including section 24 (1) and subsection 24 (2) of the charter.

Canada violated section 8 (1) of the Canadian Privacy Act.

Canada is threatening to deport the applicant to face torture at the hands of Canada allies who are the agents of persecution that is directly implicated on the applicant's refugee plight.

Canada does not want to respect the human rights in this matter as the case maybe
Support this petition by signing in to inform Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau to restore the applicant refugee status in Canada for the interest of natural justice that should have been observed

Canada collaborated and still collaborating with refugees applicant aggressors against refugee claimants.

Canada government subjecting the applicant to difficulties in life including using the agents of persecution against refugee claimants and respect the international Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, by the United Nations General Assembly resolution 39/46 dated on 10 December 1984, that enters into force on 26 June 1987, following Article 27 (1)

Again tell Justin Trudeau to restore the applicant refugee status and stop deportation threats against the applicant.

Canada till today subjecting the applicant to particular difficulties of life after 14 years

SUPPORT THIS PETITION TO STOP DISCRIMINATION, REPRISAL ACTION AND SYSTEMATIC OPPRESSION AGAINST REFUGEE CLAIMANT: Supporting this petition is not only to support the applicant but to support thousands of refugees in Canada who has been discriminated and systematically oppressed, separated with their beloved families, detained and deported  

Tell The Prime Minister Hon. Justin Trudeau to reinstate the applicant convention refugee status attached to the client ID 5921-1644

 It may surprise you to know that Canadian Immigration Board Member who committed this atrocities is Paul Robitaille, now the member of Quebec National Assembly (MNA) at Quebec Liberal Party representing the constituency of Bourassa

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