The 6th edition of the Refugee Law Reader is available

We are pleased to announce today the launch of three updated and expanded editions of The Refugee Law Reader: the Sixth Edition in English, the Second Edition in French, and the First Edition in Russian.

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http://www.refugeelawreader.org/

We are pleased to announce today the launch of three updated and expanded editions of The Refugee Law Reader:  the Sixth Edition in English, the Second Edition in French, and the First Edition in Russian.  Together with the previously launched Second Edition in Spanish, The Refugee Law Reader provides a comprehensive on-line model curriculum for the study and implementation of the complex and rapidly evolving field of international asylum and refugee law.  The Reader is now accessible at no cost in all four languages at www.refugeelawreader.org.

The Refugee Law Reader is a comprehensive on-line model curriculum for the study of the complex and rapidly evolving field of international refugee law. The Reader is aimed for the use of professors, lawyers, advocates, and students across a wide range of national jurisdictions. It provides a flexible course structure that can be easily adapted to meet a range of training and resource needs. The Reader also offers access to the complete texts of up-to-date core legal materials, instruments, and academic commentary. In its entirety, The Refugee Law Reader is designed to provide a full curriculum for a 48-hour course in International Refugee Law and contains over 1 000 documents.

The Reader is published by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee.

The members of the Editorial Board are Maryellen Fullerton (editor-in-chief), Ekuru Aukot, Rosemary Byrne, Bhupinder Chimni, François Crépeau,  Madeline Garlick, Elspeth Guild, Lyra Jakulevičienė, Boldizsár Nagy, Luis Peral, Jens Vedsted-Hansen.

Funded by: UNHCREuropean Refugee Fund Community Actions

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