In part two of our look into the history of refugees, we talk with Peter Gatrell again about the creation of the UNHCR and the 1951 Refugee Convention. We also look at trends that lead the international framework from refugees from the early 1950s to now. Lastly, we get insight into how we should th
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In part two of our look into the history of refugees, we talk with Peter Gatrell again about the creation of the UNHCR and the 1951 Refugee Convention. We also look at trends that lead the international framework from refugees from the early 1950s to now. Lastly, we get insight into how we should think about the current "refugee crisis" in context with history.
You can check out Professor Gatrell's most recent book, The Unsettling of Europe, on Amazon or at most major booksellers. We encourage you to buy local if you can. https://www.amazon.com/Unsettling-Europe-Migration-Reshaped-Continent/dp/0465093612
Professor Gatrell was also recently awarded the 2021 Laura Shannon Prize in European Studies for The Unsettling of Europe! See more here: https://nanovic.nd.edu/news/nanovic-institute-awards-2021-laura-shannon-prize-to-peter-gatrell-for-migration-book/
Check out this article by Professor Gatrell for more on the historical context of the refugee crisis: https://origins.osu.edu/article/question-refugees-past-and-present
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