Un texte historique (2008) de Jeff Crisp
Beyond the nexus : UNHCR’s evolving perspective on refugee protection and in ternational migration
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C’était donc 2008, quand Jeff Crisp écrivait cela :
Irregular migrants who have left their own country for reasons unrelated to refugee status are often exposed to destitution, exploitation and human rights violations in the course of their journey and may become stranded in a transit country, unable to go home or to move on. As a rights-based organization, UNHCR cannot ignore the plight of such people, even if it does not be come operationally involved with them.
With the introduction of the Cluste r Approach, UNHCR has become more systematically involved situations of in ternal displacement caused by both armed conflict and natural disasters. A debate is now taking place with regard to the extent that the organization should also play a role in situations where people are obliged to move as a result of climate change, e nvironmental degradati on and conditions of serious economic and social distress.