Introduction - 'Refugee Crisis: The Borders of Human Mobility' 1. No safe passage: 'the mapping journey project' 2. Global displacement and the topography of theory 3. Misplaced idealism and incoherent realism in the philosophy of the refugee crisis 4. A fair distribution of refugees in the European Union 5. A spectre in Germany: refugees, a 'welcome culture' and an 'integration politics' 6. Resettling refugees: is private sponsorship a just way forward? 7. The ethics of people smuggling 8. Who owes what to war refugees 9. What do we owe refugees: jus ad bellum, duties to refugees from armed conflict zones and the right to asylum 10. Human security and the international refugee crisis 11. The duty to bring children living in conflict zones to a safe haven
The editors are all members of the Globalizing Minority Rights: Cosmopolitanism, Global Institutions, and Cultural Justice (GMR) research project hosted by UiT The Arctic University of Norway (NFR 259017). Melina Duarte is a Post-Doctoral Researcher in Philosophy at UiT working on issues relating to immigration, democratic citizenship, and human rights. Her current focus is on disclosing new ways in which immigration should be handled in times of increasing international mobility and massive forced displacement.Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen is Professor of Political Science at Aarhus University, Denmark, and Professor II in Philosophy at UiT, and has worked extensively on various issues within political theory, including luck- and relational egalitarianism, global justice, and methodology of political philosophy.Serena Parekh is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Northeastern University in Boston, and has worked on areas of social and political philosophy, feminist theory, and continental philosophy. Her current research focuses on global justice, responsibility, and refugees.Annamari Vitikainen is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at UiT working on contemporary political philosophy, especially questions relating to pluralism and diversity. Her recent work focuses on both conceptual and normative issues relating to minority protections in the global arena.