Sharing the responsibility for refugees: A new global compact
Wealthy states and the international community as a whole have failed to equitably share responsibility for managing the ongoing global refugee crisis. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has proposed a “Global Compact on responsibility-sharing” to create a more predictable and equitable way of responding to large movements of refugees. This briefing includes Amnesty International's recommendations including five key elements needed to make the Global Compact effective, and urges states to use key upcoming international meetings to move from short-term stop-gap measures to long-term, proactive and globally coordinated solutions.
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