Analysis of Refugee Employment Clause in International Investment Agreements
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- Refugee employment, Refugee settlement, Foreign investment policy-making
In recent years, the refugee settlement problem worse, raising global concern. The refugee problem, however, is difficult to be solved in the short term, which makes, including the United Nations, international organizations, world big powers, refugees, are very headache. Against such a backdrop, the refugee settlement problem is rooted in addressing poverty. Though it is not possible to forbid war immediately, we could try our best to solve the poverty problem. One step is to supply work for refugee immigrants. If a host country cannot supply enough work, refugee immigrants will face poverty, hunger, high crime rate and discrimination. At the same time, transnational companies face the staff shortage in the investment process of the host country. Moreover, the home countries of refugees are still in flames, apparently unable to provide the refugees with normal life needs. Therefore, if the host country can agree on some clause in international investment policy-making with transnational companies, it is possible to add the refugee factor into the performance requirements clause flexibly in the formulation of investment policies, thus alleviating the global governance impact from the refugee problem in a short time, but also reduce the workload of UNHCR and relieve the suffering of refugees resettlement.
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TY - CONF AU - Qiushi Qu PY - 2018/07 DA - 2018/07 TI - Analysis of Refugee Employment Clause in International Investment Agreements BT - Proceedings of the 2018 4th International Conference on Economics, Social Science, Arts, Education and Management Engineering (ESSAEME 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 347 EP - 350 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/essaeme-18.2018.64 DO - 10.2991/essaeme-18.2018.64 ID - Qu2018/07 ER -