The Meaningful Participation of Refugees in Decision-Making Processes: Questions of Law and Policy
International Journal of Refugee Law, 32(2), 2020, 200-226.
As refugees increasingly advocate for increased participation in decisions that affect them, this article (co-authored with Dr Harry Hobbs) examines whether the legal and policy frameworks in place are sufficient to reach this objective, and the barriers refugees may encounter along the way.
Looking at reform, the article considers the merits of developing a new, non-binding United Nations declaration that clearly details the right of refugees to have some authority in decision-making processes that affect them.
This article can be downloaded here.