Pathways to Security: Closing Gaps in Protection for Forced Migrants
Bark, Da Som
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This report focuses on three primary themes within the international refugee regime and identifies gaps in protection for Convention as well as non-Convention forced migrants. The first, solidarity, refers to the uneven cooperation present in the refugee regime through international, national and local levels. Secondly, lack of access to information regarding the Refugee Status Determination (RSD) process and allocation of amenities. Lastly, the problem of documentation will be presented due to its importance for the consolidation of status, rights, and privileges of refugees. These themes will address concerns for various populations of refugees and forced migrants in particular urban refugees, camp refugees, and forced migrants not protected under the 1951 Convention.
- SIS 495 Task Force