Toward the Reformulation of International Refugee Law Symposium Report
Keywords:international refugee law, refugee protection, temporary protection, freedom of movement, repatriation, development, responsibility sharing, burden sharing
AbstractOn May 18-21,1995, forty international lawyers, social scientists, government officials, and representatives of intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations gathered in Toronto to participate in a collaborative exercise, termed the Reformulation Project, to analyze and critique a proposed reformulation of the international refugee regime. General Rapporteur, Bill Frelick, presents this synthesis of the Meeting's workshop and plenary discussions.
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Copyright (c) 1996 Bill Frelick
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