Persons Needing Protection: A Reflection on Canada's Role
AbstractThis paper briefly reflects on strategies by which Canada can deal with new challenges-including fiscal constraints, phenomenal rise in the number of people needing protection, and the evolution of regional approaches to refugee protection-while at the same time promoting its own interests. The paper is organized around three interrelated questions concerning these matters.
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