International Law and Migration

An Immutable Definition? How the 75-Year-Old Grounds for Asylum Struggle to Adapt to the 21st Century

The information contained in this post represents the views and opinions of the writer of this post only and does not necessarily represent the views or opinions of LAHRI The very word “refugee” carries a significant rhetorical, social, and legal power. While the plights of refugees and asylum seekers can mobilize civil society and invoke […]

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