Equal yet inequitable: EU’s relocation system of shared responsibility
This essay critically analyses the reasoning behind the European Union (EU)’s temporary relocation system for internally re-distributing refugees. It argues that the current distributive quota fails to equitably allocate inter-state responsibility, especially as the weighted indicators do not fully account for the inherent economic, social, cultural and political differences between the EU Member States.
Bejan, R. (2017). Equal yet inequitable: EU’s relocation system of shared responsibility. Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, 7(1), 4-11.