From the editors:
One of the many notable themes to emerge from the conference was the extent to which that period has engendered continuity or change in global refugee policy. How has the agenda changed? Has the nature of the challenges facing policy-makers shifted over the last three decades? Has refugee policy become more politicised? Has finding solutions to refugee situations become more difficult? To what extent are main actors different? Is it still a fundamentally state-centric policy field? How have the main forums and institutions within which policy is made changed? The papers in this collection offer a window onto that question of continuity and change. In doing so, they address a range of important emerging themes and cover a wide set of geographical regions.
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- RSC 30th Anniversary Conference: Understanding Global Refugee Policy [Event]
- Oxford Journals / Refugee Survey Quarterly [External]
- Alexander Betts [Profile]
- Gil Loescher [Profile]