Closing borders The ripple effects of Australian and European refugee policy: case studies from Indonesia, Kenya and Jordan

Author: Ahmed Idris

International arrangements to safeguard the movement of refugees began in the wake of the First World War, following recognition by developed economies of the increasing numbers of people who, having fled their homes, found themselves outside of their country of origin and in need of international protection, first in Europe and, in later years, beyond Europe’s borders. Download full article