Refugee Rights and Responsibilities

From Nicholas Van Hear, a new commentary on refugee rights and responsibilities:

The third in the series of online consultations focuses on complex refugee responsibilities. While understanding that particular social and cultural contexts impact on different refugees’ responsibilities, it can be argued that forced migrants are faced with a more complex set of responsibilities than others. Transnational links, through diaspora, political involvement and funding, remittances and family ties, mean that the interests of refugees are torn in several directions.

To see more, check out the site at ICAR, the Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees.

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