The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in the Repatriation of Refugees

Mollie Gerver


This paper examines the ethical responsibilities of those NGOs that assist in repatriating migrants from countries that do not want them -- in particular, the case of the South Sudanese in Israel.  Did NGOs exploit these migrants by using repatriation to appeal to donors?  Were NGOs complicit in a government policy that may have been unjust?


NGOs, Israel, Refugees, Repatriation

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