The Ethics And Practice Of Refugee Repatriation
Combines qualitative fieldwork with analytical philosophy to provide guidelines for when it is right to help refugees repatriate Every year, millions of people flee their countries to seek asylum abroad. When they arrive, many are forced into enclosed camps or denied residency rights. Some prefer to try to repatriate home, preferring the risks to a life without freedom. Mollie Gerver considers when bodies such as the UN, government agencies and NGOs ought to help refugees to return home to dangerous countries. Drawing on original interviews with 172 refugees before and after repatriation, she resolves six moral puzzles arising from repatriation using the methods of analytical philosophy to provide a more ethical framework.
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Edinburgh Univ Pr
- ISBN-13: 9781474437479
- ISBN: 1474437478
- Publication Year: 2019