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Report offers recommendations to help reframe the response to global forced displacement

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The recently launched JRS Ireland report, 'Protection with Dignity - A Human Response to Global Forced Displacement', traces trends and responses around the growing issues of forced displacement, worrying examples of a re-emerged Fortress Europe mentality, and related access to protection challenges within Ireland.

The report is based on research funded by Misean Cara, through Irish Jesuits International, to analyse global to local dimensions of international protection in the wake of the Global Compacts on Refugees and on Migration. It presents evidence-based recommendations aimed at reframing global, EU and Irish responses in a more humane way, rooted in humanitarian and human rights obligations.

Misean Cara endorses the report, believing it contributes usefully to establishing realities, benchmarking achievements versus commitments on International Protection, and offering principled and pragmatic ways forward for people forcibly displaced within the context of international obligations. √Čamonn Casey, Project Officer - Human Rights & Advocacy, Misean Cara says,

"We hope it contributes to progressive Irish and EU engagement with predictable, equitable and sustainable responsibility-sharing for international protection under human rights law, IHL and the Global Compacts on Refugees and on Migration."    

Published on 3 November, the report also offers recommendations to help reframe the response to global forced displacement through an emphasis on 'protection with dignity'.

Read the Report here -Protection with Dignity - A Human Response to Global Forced Displacement

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