As New Zealanders, when we think about fair futures for refugees, we have to think about what is fair collectively and individually, and what is fair in local, regional, national, and international contexts. We have to think about what commitments we are willing to make individually and as a country, and what the implications of those commitments are for our economic, social, and environmental wellbeing. We have to make these choices while recognising that we are part of an international community.


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Jay Marlowe
Year of Creation | Tau
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Main Language | Reo Matua
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Bibliographic Citation | Whakapuakanga

Marlowe, J. (2020). A fair go for refugees: resettlement in Aotearoa and global trends. Royal Society

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