The Michigan Guidelines on the International Protection of Refugees

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Since 1999, Michigan Law’s Program in Refugee and Asylum Law has hosted colloquia on Challenges in International Refugee Law.

The purpose of each Colloquium is to tackle one difficult issue, and the result is a set of unanimously-agreed Michigan Guidelines.

The Guidelines are frequently cited by courts around the world, and help the way that judges, lawyers, and other decision-makers look at a refugee issue. More information


The Michigan Guidelines on
Risk for Reasons of Political Opinion
 (2015)

The Michigan Guidelines on
the Exclusion of International Criminals
 (2013)

The Michigan Guidelines on
the Right to Work
(2009)

The Michigan Guidelines on
Protection Elsewhere (2007)

The Michigan Guidelines on
Well-Founded Fear (2004)

The Michigan Guidelines on
Nexus to a Convention Ground (2001)

The Michigan Guidelines on
the Internal Protection Alternative (1999)


 

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