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the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees - the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees agn s hurwitz oxford monographs in international law charts the development of international refugee law and policy from the 1970 s and up to the modern outsourcing of regional and offshore refugee schemes, the collective responsibility of states to protect - the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees oxford monographs in international law agn s hurwitz on amazon com free shipping on qualifying offers in managing the growing number of refugees arriving in the industrialized world states have devised increasingly restrictive policies since the end of the 1970s in order to restrict access to the territory or, collective responsibility of states to protect refugees - in managing the growing number of refugees arriving in the industrialised world beginning at the end of the 1970s states have devised increasingly restrictive policies the objectives of these measures have been to restrict access to the territory or at least to asylum procedures, collective responsibility of states to protect refugees - for these reasons it was particularly pleasing to read agn s hurwitz s brave and deeply researched new work the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees, the collective responsibility of states to protect - collective responsibility of states to protect refugees individual ministerial responsibility wikipedia individual ministerial responsibility is a constitutional convention in governments using the westminster, the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees - this title analyses the concept of sharing responsibility between states for protecting refugees under international law and how this mechanism highlights serious concerns for the protection of refugees rights, the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees - allocation of responsibility for examining an application for asylum under the dublin regime the impact of safe third country practices on inter state relations states obligations towards refugees supervision at the level of the european union international supervision, towards a collective responsibility to protect refugees - a responsibility to assist states in fulfilling this protection role and third the international community has a responsibility to take timely and decisive action if the state has failed to fulfil its responsibility to protect its populationfrom the mentioned severe harm, europe protect refugees a collective responsibility - eu member states must stop taking impromptu unilateral measures evading the responsibility to protect people seeking safety the phenomenon of refugees is a global one and we must respond globally said jrs international director rev thomas h smolich s j, fulfilling our collective responsibility international - collective responsibility international assistance and the responsibility to protect a 68 947 the report reiterates the commitment of states to protect populations from genocide war crimes crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing as articulated in paragraphs 138 and 139 of the 2005 world summit outcome document, identifying states responsibilities towards refugees and - refugee convention state parties may be required to grant temporary admission to those claiming to be refugees in order to determine whether they are indeed refugees and deserving of the protection granted under article 33, in turkey un chief guterres spotlights collective - the second area of burden sharing is the resettlement of refugees because the protection of refugees is not only the responsibility of neighbouring states of a crisis it is a collective responsibility of the international community added mr guterres, the impact of safe third country practices on inter state - the first question raised in this chapter is the extent to which a state through which an asylum seeker has previously transited or stayed should be assuming responsibility for the examination of his her asylum application and whether such allocation of responsibility receives support under international law, safe third country practices readmission and - show summary details preview this chapter examines the operation of safe third country practices and readmission agreements the first section identifies the key elements of safe third country practices based on an analysis of the 2005 asylum procedures directive as well as of relevant practice primarily in the united kingdom and germany, the collective responsibility of states to protect - the collective responsibility of states to protect refugees oxford monographs in international law by agn s hurwitz 2009 11 02 hardcover 1827 be the first to review this item see all 5 formats and editions hide other formats and editions