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Published under the auspices of the Refugee Law Initiative at the University of London, this series provides a platform for outstanding new studies of the diverse intersecting legal regimes for the protection of refugees and displaced persons. Monographs and edited volumes in the series aim to advance scholarly and practitioner insight into how "refugee law" is evolving globally, focusing particularly on its interaction with other bodies of international law and manifestation in regions outside Europe.

Edited by Anne Bayefsky

The Refugees and Human Rights Series aims to meet the increasing need for literature which probes the nature and causes of forced migration, the modalities and procedures employed when refugees present themselves, and the manner in which the human rights of refugees are, or should be, promoted and protected.

The series published one volume over the last 5 years.