Articles by Frowin Rausis

05 2022

Externalising refugee protection: less a vision than a mirage

Frowin Rausis
The UK’s ‘New Plan for Immigration’ allows the government to send asylum seekers to Rwanda, reflecting the latest aspiration to externalise refugee protection. Frowin Rausis and Konstantin Kreibich show that the idea is not new. Different countries have toyed with it for years – and failed consistently
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Frowin Rausis
PhD Candidate, Department of Political Science, University of Lucerne and research fellow nccr – on the move

Frowin is a research fellow of nccr – on the move, the National Centre of Competence in Research for migration and mobility studies, and a visiting scholar at the Centre for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS) at the University of Copenhagen.

In his PhD project, he studies the global spread of policies by which states shift responsibility for people seeking protection to other countries and restrict access to asylum.

He has set up the Safe Country Policies Dataset (SACOP) provides information on the adoption of national asylum frameworks and safe country policies in 195 countries, from 1951 until 2021.

He tweets @frowinrausis

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