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Cultural heritage is often overlooked when assessing refugee claims. Here’s why this is a mistake

By Sherine Al Shallah, Doctoral Researcher, Refugee Cultural Heritage and Connected Rights Protection | Affiliate, Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law | Associate, Australian Human Rights Institute, UNSW Sydney
When it comes to protection for refugees on the basis of cultural heritage loss, there are very few pathways available.The Conversation

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