Part 8: The NGO Perspective Global Consultations on International Protection Third Track, Theme 2: Protection of Refugees in the Context of Individual Asylum Systems

October 2003
Refugee Survey Quarterly;Oct2003, Vol. 22 Issue 2/3, p373
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Global Consultations background paper on Refugee and Migration Interface. It notes the belief of non-government organizations (NGO) that the Global Consultations should be a venue to promote a positive migration system that upholds the rights of refugees. It cites the key reasons why people are forced to migrate to other countries such as the growing inequality in wealth among countries, wars and systemic persecution and searching for better economic conditions.


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