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In their new article on the Rethinking Refuge website, Philipp Lutz (University of Geneva), Anna Stünzi (University of St. Gallen) and Stefan Manser-Egli (University of Neuchâtel) focus on the issue of responsibility-sharing, in particular how to achieve this and overcome the ‘collective action problem’. They argue that “International climate governance could provide ideas for how to do this, and in this way offers an important avenue for rethinking refugee responsibility-sharing.”

Read the article here: Making responsibility-sharing operational: comparing asylum and climate governance