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Refugees and shared responsibilities of justice

Refugees and shared responsibilities of justice
Refugees and shared responsibilities of justice
This essay develops, within the terms of the recent New York Declaration, an account of the shared responsibility of states to refugees and of how the character of that responsibility effects the ways in which it can be fairly shared. However, it also moves beyond the question of the general obligations that states owe to refugees to consider ways in which refugee choices and refugee voice can be given appropriate standing with the global governance of refuge. It offers an argument for the normative significance of refugee’s reasons for choosing states of asylum and linked this to consideration of a refugee matching system and to refugee quota trading conceived as responsibility-trading, before turning to the issue of the inclusion of refugee voice in relation to the justification of the norms of refugee governance and in relation to the institutions and practices of refugee governance through which those norms are given practical expression.
1835-6842
23-44
Owen, David
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Owen, David
9fc71bca-07d1-44af-9248-1b9545265a58

Owen, David (2018) Refugees and shared responsibilities of justice. Global Justice, 11 (1), 23-44. (doi:10.21248/gjn.11.1.141).

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This essay develops, within the terms of the recent New York Declaration, an account of the shared responsibility of states to refugees and of how the character of that responsibility effects the ways in which it can be fairly shared. However, it also moves beyond the question of the general obligations that states owe to refugees to consider ways in which refugee choices and refugee voice can be given appropriate standing with the global governance of refuge. It offers an argument for the normative significance of refugee’s reasons for choosing states of asylum and linked this to consideration of a refugee matching system and to refugee quota trading conceived as responsibility-trading, before turning to the issue of the inclusion of refugee voice in relation to the justification of the norms of refugee governance and in relation to the institutions and practices of refugee governance through which those norms are given practical expression.

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Accepted/In Press date: 26 October 2018
Published date: 8 November 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 425714
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/425714
ISSN: 1835-6842
PURE UUID: 83f532dc-a66c-48dd-9845-f7d9c5eb91d4
ORCID for David Owen: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8865-6332

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Date deposited: 01 Nov 2018 17:30
Last modified: 22 Nov 2021 02:39

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