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This book is both a tribute to the late Joan Fitzpatrick and Arthur Helton, and a reader comprising engaged, critical and policy-relevant essays on a range of contemporary debates on the protection and human rights of refugees, IDPs and migrant workers. At their best, the 22 essays contain high quality legal analysis, a strong normative commitment to protection and human rights, an awareness of the political context of the law, engagement with policy and practice, forceful critique of international institutions, and the attempt to propose and advocate concrete and realistic solutions to improve the human rights of refugees, IDPs and migrant workers—all of which reflect the values and approach of the work of Fitzpatrick and Helton.

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20 (1)


149 - 151