An Analysis of Globalization and Its Ramifications on Refugees Right to Work

  • Dr. Christabell Joseph
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  • Dr. Christabell Joseph

    Associate Professor at Christ (Deemed to be) University, Bangalore, India

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This article analyzes the various ramifications of globalization on the right to work of refugees. In order to trace the right to work of refugees in their destination country or host country, this article will first delve deep into the Refugee Convention and various other international legal instruments that discuss the rights of international refugees. The article will further analyze the issue in question under three lenses, the first being whether refugees are provided with the right to work in their destination country; the second being if they have indeed been provided with the right to work, has it resulted in positive consequences and the third being if they have not been provided with the right to work, what are the hurdles that have caused the same. The article will then attempt to scrutinize the role of various international agencies in the issue of whether refugees have been awarded the right to work. After a systematic analysis of all the above-mentioned aspects, appropriate recommendations will be made with respect to the various measures that could potentially be taken in order to better facilitate the protection of the right to work of refugees of the globalized world.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 3340 - 3347


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