On the history of the international protection of refugees

  title={On the history of the international protection of refugees},
  author={Gilbert Jaeger},
  journal={Revue Internationale de la Croix-Rouge/International Review of the Red Cross},
  pages={727 - 738}
  • G. Jaeger
  • Published 1 September 2001
  • Political Science
  • Revue Internationale de la Croix-Rouge/International Review of the Red Cross
Résumé L'histoire de la protection internationale des réfugiés commence à l'époque de la Société des Nations, en réponse aux flux de réfugiés pendant et après la Première Guerre mondiale, notamment en Russie et dans les Balkans. Suite è une proposition émise lors d'une conférence convoquée par le CICR et la Fédération internationale, la Société des Nations nomma, en septembre 1921, un haut commissaire pour les réfugiés en la personne de Fridtjof Nansen. L'auteur retrace l'histoire des mesures… 

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