The Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law (MigRefLaw) is one of the interest groups of the European Society of International Law.
Tag Archives: refugee status determination
Michael Kagan has dissected and analysed the numbers on UNHCR refugee status determination and came up with not only interesting figures, but also a nice analogy with McDonalds… The number of people applying for individual refugee status determination at UNHCR … Continue reading
UNHCR’s in-house think tank, the Policy Development and Evaluation Service, has published a critical new report about how – and to some extent, if and when – UNHCR should help states build their own refugee status determination (RSD) systems. The … Continue reading
The Monash University Prato Centre (Italy) will host a conference on the topic of access to asylum. The aim of this international conference is to determine how best to safeguard the rights of asylum seekers in balance with the responsibilities of states. … Continue reading
Om 3 December 2013, UNHCR published new Guidelines on claims for refugee status by deserters and persons avoiding service in State armed forces, as well as forced recruitment by non-State armed groups. UNHCR states that new guidelines are necessary because … Continue reading