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Volume 6 Issue 2
Refugees In the EU And the SDGs: Decoding Inclusivity of Refugees In Assessment System Of SDGs And Progress Towards SDGs.
|Migration issues began specifically after the world wars and evolved in various forms to this day. The biggest inflow of refugees in Europe was seen in 2015 which brought new issues at the forefront of the European Union. European Union had tried to control the crisis through various policies and systems in place. EU countries have shared responsibilities to ensure the asylum seeker is processed in a dignified manner. But the process is not as simple as it looks. And many a times there are incidences of violation of basic universal Human rights which are also part of SDG’s. When we look into SDG’s, one point strikingly comes into light which is the “refugee gap” connoted by the International Rescue Committee in their report “Missing Persons: Refugees Left Out and Left Behind in SDGs” (2019). Such other reports point out lacunas in the policies made to achieve inclusivity.
My proposed topic is Refugees in the EU and the SDG’s: Decoding inclusivity of refugees in assessment system of SDG’s and progress towards SDG’s. The paper will try to study SDG’s, migration, policy lucidity and responsibilities of member states to ensure providing basic services obligated under SDG’s. It is crucial to study whether the “well-managed migration policies” are able to include refugees into the SDG’s assessment and are they coherent with SDGs aim of “not leaving anyone behind.”
|Refugees, SDG, EU, inclusivity, migration policies.
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Refugees In the EU And the SDGs: Decoding Inclusivity of Refugees In Assessment System Of SDGs And Progress Towards SDGs. - Esha Atey - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.13115
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