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This book is the first to systematically examine Chinese refugee law and policy. It provides in-depth legal and policy analysis and makes recommendations to relevant stakeholders, drawing upon not only existing legal and policy scholarships but also empirical information acquired through field visits and interviews with refugees, former refugees, and staff of governmental and non-governmental organisations working with displaced population. It is a timely response to rapidly growing international interest in and demand for information about Chinese and Asian approaches to refugee protection in academia and the policy sector.…mehr

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This book is the first to systematically examine Chinese refugee law and policy. It provides in-depth legal and policy analysis and makes recommendations to relevant stakeholders, drawing upon not only existing legal and policy scholarships but also empirical information acquired through field visits and interviews with refugees, former refugees, and staff of governmental and non-governmental organisations working with displaced population. It is a timely response to rapidly growing international interest in and demand for information about Chinese and Asian approaches to refugee protection in academia and the policy sector.

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Lili Song is Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Otago, New Zealand. She holds a Ph.D. in Law from Victoria University of Wellington, a Master of International Law from East China University of Political Science and Law, and a bachelor of laws from Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. She is qualified to practice law in China. Song has held research or visiting positions at the University of Oxford, the University of Melbourne, Michigan Law School, the Australian National University, Cnberra, the Humanities Institute in Myanmar, and Northwestern University, Illinois. Before entering academia, she worked as a lawyer in Shanghai, China.