We at the Refugee Law Initiative are pleased to have released a Special Edition of our Working Paper Series, with seven papers arising from our inaugural annual conference held last June, 'The Future of Refugee Law?'
The working papers represent a selection of topics presented at the conference and analyse contemporary and important issues in Refugee Law. Contributors include Professor Guy Goodwin-Gill, and the papers cover a range of geographical and thematic topics.
You can find this Special Edition, and all previous RLI Working Papers, freely available for download on the RLI website: http://rli.sas.ac.uk/resources/working-paper-series/working-papers
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