AbstractThere is an endemic lack of cooperation regarding the protection of refugees that sees 86 per cent of refugees sheltered in the developing world. After looking at the reasons for the lack of cooperation, this chapter examines why responsibility should be shared, the criteria that should be used for ensuring that responsibility for protecting refugees is distributed equitably among states and the means by which responsibility should be shared.
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