UNHCR and the Syrian refugee response: negotiating status and registration in Lebanon

@inproceedings{Janmyr2017UNHCRAT,
  title={UNHCR and the Syrian refugee response: negotiating status and registration in Lebanon},
  author={Maja Janmyr},
  year={2017}
}
ABSTRACTWhen a host state rejects the international refugee law regime, yet faces an unprecedented number of refugees, how does the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) execute its mandate to provide international protection to these refugees? This paper seeks to attend to this pertinent issue by focusing on the role and practice of UNHCR in the context of the large-scale Syrian influx to Lebanon. This country insists that it is not a country of asylum, and flatly rejects… CONTINUE READING

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