27 March 2015

Thematic Focus: ICTs & Innovation

ICTs:

App Helps Syrian Refugees Adapt to Life Away from Home (NPR, March 2015) [access]
- Follow link for audio and transcript.

"Charity Providing Refugees with Library-in-a-Box to Launch in UK," Newsweek, 19 March 2015 [text]

IST Researchers Explore Technology Use in Syrian Refugee Camp (Penn State, March 2015) [text]

Mobile Network Operators Commit to Supporting Local Communities in Humanitarian Crises (CDAC Network, March 2015) [text]

"On Digital Crossings in Europe," Crossings: Journal of Migration & Culture, vol. 5, no. 1 (Mach 2014) [open access]

Tackling the Digital Divide: What Does This Mean for Humanitarian Responders? (CDAC Network, March 2015) [text]

Third Humanitarian Congress, Vienna, 6 March 2015 [info]
- These panels focused on ICTs:  1) Social Media: Heaven or Hell? [video] (see also related conference news items) and 2) What’s App: Innovation and New Technologies Improving the Effectiveness of Humanitarian Action – Myth or Fact? [video] (see also related conference news items)

Innovation:

CFP: Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015: Facilitating Innovation, Oxford, 17-18 July 2015 [info]
- Reminder! Abstract submission deadline is 31 March 2015.

Innovation Spaces: Transforming Humanitarian Practice in the United Nations, Working Paper, no. 107 (RSC, March 2015 [text]

UNHCR Innovation Section [web site] [blog] [facebook] [twitter]
- This section "works collaboratively with refugees, academia, and the private sector to creatively address challenges faced by uprooted or stateless people worldwide." It also coordinates the UNHCR Ideas crowdsourcing platform to "generate ideas from refugee communities, UNHCR staff, and partners. These ideas are voted on and vetted by the online community, end-users (refugees), and experts, and then piloted and tested in the field."

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: ICTs & Information-related Items (6 March 2015)

Tagged Events & Opportunities, Publications and Web Sites/Tools.



Thematic Focus: Humanitarian Assistance

Publications:

An Act of Faith: Humanitarian Financing and Zakat (Global Humanitarian Assistance, March 2015) [text]

Cautious Welcome for New OCHA Chief (IRIN, March 2015) [text]

Helpdesk Research Report: Relationship between Humanitarian and Development Aid (GSDRC, Feb. 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

Humanitarianism and Return: Compromising Protection?, Policy Brief, no. 03/2015 (PRIO, March 2015) [text]

Making Development Work for Humanitarian Response – and Vice Versa (WhyDev, March 2015) [text]

NGO Perspective on Humanitarian Response in Level 3 Crises (ICVA, Jan. 2015) [text]
- See also this IRC blog post that discusses what a Level 3 crisis designation means.

Partnership: From Principles to Practice - Considering Partnerships in Preparation for the World Humanitarian Summit, 2015 ICVA Annual Conference, Geneva, 9 March 2015 [access]
- Follow link for program, concept, note, background paper, a presentation, and photos.

Turkey as a Humanitarian Actor: The Critical Cases of Somalia and Syria (Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre, March 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

Web site:

Acting, Fast and Slow Blog (International Rescue Committee) [access]
- This blog offers "critical insights into humanitarian action and development. Inspired by Daniel Kahneman's notion of Thinking, Fast & Slow, IRC and invited experts will analyze the effectiveness of aid delivery and explore the tension between acting immediately to address pressing problems and acting slowly to build an evidence base."

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Humanitarian Assistance (6 March 2015)

Tagged Publications and Web Sites/Tools.

26 March 2015

Regional Focus: Australia

Event:

Panel on Australia and Asylum Seekers, Montreal, 1 April 2015 [info]
- Chaired by Professor François Crépeau, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants.

Publications:

"Australia Makes a U-Turn with the Revival of the Pacific Solution: Should Asylum Seekers Find a New Destination?," Washington University Global Studies Law Review, vol. 13, no. 3 (2014) [open access]

"'Giving Back to Society What Society Gave Us': Altruism, Coping, and Meaning Making by Two Refugee Communities in South Australia," Australian Psychologist, vol. 49, no. 5 (Oct. 2014) [full-text via ResearchGate]

Report of the Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, Juan E. Méndez - Addendum: Observations on Communications Transmitted to Governments and Replies Received, UN Doc. No. A/HRC/28/68/Add.1 (UN General Assembly, March 2015) [text via Refworld]
- Scroll to p. 7 for section relating to Australia and p. 72 for Papua New Guinea.

Review into Recent Allegations relating to Conditions and Circumstances at the Regional Processing Centre in Nauru (Govt. of Australia, March 2015) [access]
- Click on "Philip Moss Review."  See also related Guardian news story.

"Turning Back the Boats is a Moral and Legal Failure, say Academics," The Guardian, 12 March 2015 [text]
- Findings of the study referenced in this news story were presented at a recent seminar and will be reported in a forthcoming IJRL article.

Related post:
- Regional Focus: Oceania (4 March 2015)

Tagged Publications and Events & Opportunities. 



News: Asylum Trends in 2014

UNHCR's latest statistical report, Asylum Trends 2014: Levels and Trends in Industrialized Countries, looks at asylum claims lodged in 38 European and six non-European countries. A total of 866,000 people applied for asylum, with Syrians remaining the top asylum-seeking group. The other main countries of origin for applicants were Iraq, Afghanistan, Serbia/Kosovo and Eritrea. The top five countries of asylum were Germany, the United States, Turkey, Sweden, and Italy.

While the number of asylum applications have indeed increased in industrialized countries, it is important to keep in mind, as this IRIN news story points out, that "these figures only represent those asylum applications made in 44 developed countries that regularly supply UNHCR with statistics. Developing countries, such as Pakistan, Iran, Lebanon and Jordan hosted 86 percent of the world’s refugee population in 2013."

This press release summarizes the main trends, and provides access to the report and Excel tables.

Reports from previous years are available here.

Tagged Publications. 


Thematic Focus: Durable Solutions

Funding opportunities:

FY 2016 Notice of Funding Opportunity for Proposals for the Resettlement Support Center (RSC) Austria in Vienna, Austria [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 28 April 2015.

FY 2016 Notice of Funding Opportunity for Proposals for the Resettlement Support Center (RSC) Latin America [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 28 April 2015.

FY 2016 Notice of Funding Opportunity for Proposals for the Resettlement Support Center (RSC) East Asia in Bangkok, Thailand [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 5 May 2015.

Publications:

"Critical Aspects of Social Networks in a Resettlement Setting," Development in Practice, vol. 25, no. 2 (2015) [full-text via Academia.edu]  

Home Sweet Home: Housing Practices and Tools that Support Durable Solutions for Urban IDPs (Displacement Research Action Network & IDMC, March 2015) [access]
- Follow link for full report and case studies.

*Humanitarianism and Return: Compromising Protection?, Policy Brief, no. 03/2015 (PRIO, March 2015) [text]

"Integration and Reintegration: Comparing Pathways to Citizenship through Asylum and Criminal Justice," Criminology and Criminal Justice, OnlineFirst, 16 March 2015 [postprint via Univ. of Edinburgh]

Integration Challenges and Opportunities in the Economic Development and Refugee Resettlement Arenas, Webinar, 12 March 2015 [access]
- Follow link for video.

Protection Cluster Digest, no. 1 (2014) [full-text]
- This issue focuses on "Securing Durable Solutions for IDPs: Initiatives and Achievements."

"The Provision and Sharing of Information between Service Providers and Settling Refugees," Information Research, vol. 19, no. 2 (June 2014) [open access]

Q&A with Michael Casasola, Resettlement Officer at UNHCR-Canada (Global Views, March 2015) [text]

*UPDATED

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Integration, esp. in Europe (5 March 2015)

Tagged Publications and Events & Opportunities. 

25 March 2015

Events & Opportunities: Last Minute March/More April 2015

March:

Seminar: Does Expanding Non-refoulement Secure Greater Access to Asylum?, Melbourne, 26 March 2015 [info]

Job: Operations Manager, IRIN News, Geneva [info]
- Apply by 29 March 2015.

April:

Job: Joyce Pearce Junior Research Fellowship in Development Studies (Refugees and Forced Migration), Oxford University [info]
- Apply by 2 April 2015.

Online Discussion: Measuring Success in Protection Programming, 2 April 2015 [info]
- Read the briefing and participate in the exchange.

Jobs: Entry-Level Humanitarian Professional Programme, UNHCR [info]
- Deadline for application is 6 April 2015.

Webinar: Labour and Livelihoods in Urban Humanitarian Response, 8 April 2015 [info]

Job: Departmental Lecturership in the Politics of Forced Migration, Oxford University [info]
- Apply by 9 April 2015.

Lecture: Policy and Research Implications of the Recommendations from the National Inquiry into Children in Immigration Detention, Melbourne, 15 April 2015 [info]

Course: Statelessness Summer Course, Tilburg, Neth., 3-7 August 2015 [info]
- Submit applications by 15 April 2015.

Seminar: Understanding Global Refugee Policy: The Case of Naturalization in Tanzania, Oxford, 29 April 2015 [info]

U.S. State Dept. Funding Opportunities:

FY 2015 Notice of Funding Opportunity for NGO Programs Benefiting Refugees in Chad and Cameroon [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 2 April 2015.

FY 2015 Notice of Funding Opportunity for NGO Programs Benefiting Refugees in Uganda, Tanzania, and the Democratic Republic of Congo [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 6 April 2015.

FY 2015 Notice of Funding Opportunity for NGO Programs Benefiting Malian Refugees in Burkina Faso, Mauritania, and Niger [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 10 April 2015.

FY 2015 Notice of Funding Opportunity for NGO Programs Benefiting Burmese and Other Urban Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Malaysia and Thailand [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 13 April 2015.

FY 2015 Notice of Funding Opportunity for NGO Programs Benefiting Refugees in Ethiopia and Kenya [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 20 April 2015.

FY 2015 Notice of Funding Opportunity for NGO Programs Benefiting Sri Lankan Refugees and Returnees in South Asia [info]
- Proposal submission deadline is 20 April 2015.

Related posts:
- Events & opportunities: April 2015
- Events & Opportunities: Even More March 2015

Tagged Events & Opportunities. 

Thematic Focus: General

"Book Review Symposium: Survival Migration," European Political Science, vol. 14, no. 1 (2015) [free full-text via RSC]
- Three reviews of Survival Migration: Failed Governance and the Crisis of Displacement (Cornell University Press, 2013) are provided, along with a response by the author.

Building Communities of Practice for Urban Refugees Project (UNHCR, 2015)
- This project is holding workshops in each of the five geographic regions "to broadcast and replicate good practices for urban refugee programmes." Reports of the workshops that have already taken place in Bangkok, Thailand and Pretoria, South Africa are now available.  More information about the project is provided in the first workshop report for Asia.

"Framing International Migration," London Review of International Law, vol. 3, no. 1 (March 2015) [free full-text]
- Review of three books: Foundations of International Migration Law (Cambridge UP, 2012), Border Vigils: Keeping Migrants Out of the Rich World (Verso, 2012), and Border as Method, or, the Multiplication of Labor (Duke UP, 2013). Note: This article is freely available for a limited time only.

The Oxford Handbook of Refugee and Forced Migration Studies (Oxford University Press, 2014) [info]
- Have you gotten your copy of this volume yet?  If not, you can view abstracts of each chapter via the info link above.  And here are a few full-text chapters to whet your appetite! Chapter 1: "Introduction: Refugee and Forced Migration Studies in Transition"; Chapter 15: "Forced Migrants as 'Illegal' Migrants"; Chapter 29: "The Politics of Refugee Voices: Representations, Narratives, and Memories"; and Chapter 45: "Forced Migration in the Middle East and North Africa."

Protection in Crisis: Forced Migration and Protection in a Global Era (Migration Policy Institute, March 2015) [text]
- First report launched in a planned "seven-report series that draws from a recent [MPI Transatlantic Council  on Migration] meeting, 'Refitting the Global Protection System to Meet the Challenges of Modern Crises'." More information about the series is available in this press release.

"Relocation and Resettlement from Colonisation to Climate Change: The Perennial Solution to 'Danger Zones'," London Review of International Law, vol. 3, no. 1 (March 2015) [free full-text]
- Note: This article is freely available for a limited time only.

Worldwide Protracted Refugee and IDP Populations (Migration Policy Centre, 2015?) [access via home page]

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: General (13 March 2015)

Tagged Publications.

24 March 2015

Regional Focus: Europe

"The Construction of 'Official Outlaws': Social-psychological and Educational Implications of a Deterrent Asylum Policy," Frontiers in Psychology, 6:382 (March 2015) [open access]

"Developing an Independent Anti-racist Model for Asylum Rights Organizing in England," Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 37, no. 8 (2014) [free full-text]

EU Legal Framework on Asylum and Irregular Immigration 'on Arrival' (EPRS, March 2015) [text]

[New Country Reports] (AIDA, March 2015)
- Updated reports available for Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland.

"Russia an Uncertain Future, both for NGOs and the Refugees They Help," ECRE Weekly Bulletin, 20 March 2015 [text]

*Ukraine One Year on: The Challenge of Preventing a New Migration Crisis in Central Europe (Debate Migration Blog, March 2015) [text]

Ukrainian Refugees Face Dwindling Options in Poland (IRIN, March 2015) [text]

What's in a Name? The Reality of First "Reception" at Evros (ECRE, Feb. 2015) [text via Refworld]

"Who Has the Right to have Rights? The Judgments of the CJEU and the ECtHR as Building Blocks for a European ‘ius commune’ in Asylum Law," Chapter 8 in Fundamental Rights in the EU: A Matter for Two Courts (Hart Publishing, March 2015) [full-text via ResearchGate]

*UPDATED

Related post:
- Regional Focus: Europe (19 March 2015)

Tagged Publications.

New Issue of IJRL

The latest issue of the International Journal of Refugee Law (IJRL) has been published. Contents of vol. 27, no. 1, March 2015 include:

  • Asylum as a General Principle of International Law [abstract]
  • The Internal Protection Alternative Inquiry and Human Rights Considerations – Irrelevant or Indispensable? [abstract]
  • An Ongoing Anomaly: Pre- and Post-Second World War Palestinian Refugees [abstract]
  • The Application and Interpretation of International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law in the Exclusion of those Refugee Claimants who have Committed War Crimes and/or Crimes Against Humanity in Canada [abstract]
  • 'Climate Change Migrants’: Impediments to a Protection Framework and the Need to Incorporate Migration into Climate Change Adaptation Strategies [abstract] [preprint via Academia.edu]
  • ‘Systemic Flaws’ and Dublin Transfers: Incompatible Tests before the CJEU and the ECtHR? [abstract]


This issue also includes an obituary for Ivor Jackson, who passed away in Dec. 2014, case law summaries, introductory notes to two sets of UNHCR guidelines - on temporary protection and military service, respectively - and four book reviews.

Tagged Periodicals.

23 March 2015

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Issues

Entrepreneurship: A New Front in the Refugee Crisis (Huffington Post, March 2015) [text]

"How Effective Are Cash Transfers in Reducing Poverty, Compared to Remittances?," Social Policy and Society, FirstView, 16 Feb. 2015 [full-text via Academia.edu]
- See also related working paper.

Interventions to Improve the Economic Self-sufficiency and Well-being of Resettled Refugees: A Systematic Review (Campbell Library, Jan. 2015) [text]
- The final review is now available.

New Report on Asylum Seeking Working Women in Israel (Kav LaOved, March 2015) [info]
- Note: The report is currently available in Hebrew, but an English version will be posted eventually.

Seeking Asylum Leads to Rewarding Job Pathway (On the Ground Blog, March 2015) [text]

Supporting Dignified Choices: ‘Paper Plus’ Cash Voucher Programming in Camps in Jordan (NRC, March 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

Voucher-based Winter Support in Azraq Camp: Update (NRC, Feb. 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]


Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Issues (27 Feb. 2015)

Tagged Publications.

Regional Focus: MENA, incl. Syria

Displacement of Palestinians as a War Crime: Information for the Consideration of the Commission of Inquiry, Established under United Nations Human Rights Council Resolution S-21/1 (BADIL, Feb. 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

"EU Considering Plan to Outsource Mediterranean Migrant Patrols to Africa," The Guardian, 20 March 2015 [text]
- See also related Reuters news story.

Four Years on, Syria’s Refugees Search for a Future (Markaz Blog, March 2015) [text]

The Impact of Libyan Middle-class Refugees in Tunisia (Future Development Blog, March 2015) [text]

Municipal Needs Assessment Report: Mitigating the Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis on Jordanian Vulnerable Host Communities (UNDP et al., Dec. 2014) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Palestinian Refugees and Mediated Connections to Palestine," Networking Knowledge: Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, vol. 8, no. 2 (2015) [open access]

Preparatory Stakeholder Analysis: World Humanitarian Summit Regional Consultation for Middle East and North Africa (WHS, March 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

Protection in the Windward: Conditions and Rights of Internally Displaced Girls and Women during the Latest Israeli Military Operation on the Gaza Strip (UNFPA, Oct. 2014) [text via ReliefWeb]

Women’s Involvement in UNRWA Family Planning Services: A Study of Palestinian Refugees in Jordan, Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection, Paper no. 1926 (SIT Graduate Institute, Fall 2014) [text]

Related post:
- Regional Focus: MENA, incl. Syria (4 March 2015)

Tagged Publications.

20 March 2015

Regional Focus: Asia

APRRN Newsletter (Feb. 2015) [full-text]
- "Twice per year, APRRN asks its members to submit an update on the situation for refugees and asylum seekers in their countries. In this edition of the APRRN Newsletter, we have edited and compiled the responses we received."

Building Communities of Practice for Urban Refugees: Asia Regional Workshop Report (UNHCR, March 2015) [text]

Forced Migration and the Myanmar Peace Process, New Issues in Refugee Research, no. 274 (UNHCR, Feb. 2015) [text]

"Japan’s Asylum Laws: No Entry," The Economist, 14 March 2015 [text]

Meeting the Bare Minimum: Hong Kong's New Screening Process for Protection (Justice Centre Hong Kong, May 2014) [text]

Persecution of the Rohingya in Burma/Myanmar and the Responsibility to Protect, Policy Brief (Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, March 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

The Refugee Dilemma: Afghans in Pakistan between Expulsion and Failing Aid Schemes (Afghanistan Analysts Network, March 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal," The Diplomat, 18 March 2015 [text]

South-East Asia: Irregular Maritime Movements in 2014 (UNHCR, 2015) [text]
- Note: This report has been updated to cover all of 2014.  Earlier reports covered Jan.-June 2014 and Jan.-Nov. 2014.

Talking to Tamils: Sharing Research Findings with the ‘Researched’ (COMPAS Blog, March 2015) [text]

Related post:
- Regional Focus: Asia (4 March 2015)

Tagged Publications.

19 March 2015

Tip of the Week! How to Assess the Quality of Open Access Journals

Source: "Which way to go?" Waldec on Flickr
Are you an aspiring author venturing out for the first time into the world of Open Access journal publishing? This landscape can be confusing if you are not familiar with any of the titles out there. Where should you start your search for a relevant and reputable journal that is a good fit your research?

As I have mentioned in past blog posts, the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) is a useful resource to use either for identifying relevant open access journals in a particular field of inquiry or for locating OA articles of interest.  Recently, the DOAJ has initiated a series of steps to weed out any questionable and poor quality journals that have been represented in its database to date.  The ultimate aim is to improve the overall reputation of open access journals as credible vehicles for publication.

Searching for journal titles in DOAJ is one means of assessing OA journals.  But aspiring authors can also take advantage of various lists of quality criteria to undertake their own assessments of journals that they come across or of publishers that send email solicitations inviting them to submit articles to them.

Here are a few examples:

1. The most well-known list is Beall's List, the author of which is considered somewhat controversial because he maintains a "blacklist" of what he terms "Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers & journals."  That said, as this article notes, his assessment criteria can be used as a "starting point for thinking about the hallmarks of predatory publishers and journals."

2.  Walt Crawford undertook a lengthy investigation of OA journals, both those flagged on Beall's List and those represented in the DOAJ database (see here, here and here).  Based on his research, he developed his own list of suggested steps authors can take to identify an appropriate OA journal (these have been reproduced below in an appendix).

3.  Finally, here is a shorter, easier-to-reference set of "Open Access Journal Quality Indicators" that was developed by librarians seeking to help their faculty identify high quality OA journals.  This article discusses how they came up with their indicators.


Appendix: Steps for an Author to Take to Find the Right OA Journal

Source: Crawford, Walt, “Journals, ‘Journals’ and Wannabes: Investigating The List,” Cites & Insights, vol. 14, no. 7 (July 2014), pp. 23-24 (note: hyperlinks have been added)

“1. Look [Journal X] up in the Directory of Open Access Journals (doaj.org). Not there? Look for another journal…which you can do quite nicely at DOAJ: it’s got thousands of ‘em. A keyword or subject search should yield many more candidates.

2. If it is in DOAJ, take advantage of the listing to learn more about the journal and to explore the journal’s site. Note that, for those journals with APCs, DOAJ may provide a more direct link to the APC policy than the journal’s own site (although I’d argue against publishing with any journal that hides APCs). Thus, steps 3-9, using links and info from DOAJ.

3. Do the quality of English and the general appearance of the journal’s site give you confidence in its quality? If not, go back to step 1, looking for another journal.

4. If there is an APC, is it one you consider reasonable? If not, go back to step 1.

5. Is the journal a going concern—is it publishing a reasonable stream of articles (where only you can determine what’s reasonable)? If not, go back to step 1.

6. Do the article titles over the past few issues make sense within the journal’s scope? If not, go back to step 1.

7. Does one author show up over and over again within the past few issues? If so, I’d be inclined to go back to step 1.

8. Download and read at least one article in full text (which almost always means PDF), preferably one you think you can understand. If the download process doesn’t work, requires registration or yields a defective PDF, go back to step 1.

9. Does the article look good enough for your tastes (that is, are the layout and typography acceptable)? Does it seem to be at least coherent enough to be in a journal you’d want to be associated with? If the answer is “No” to either question, go back to step 1.

Steps 1-9 really shouldn't take more than 2-5 minutes (maybe a little longer to read the article). If [Journal X] still looks like a candidate, you may be done— or you may want to do two more steps, one in DOAJ (or, rather, on the journal’s site), one elsewhere.

10. Check the editorial board for plausibility and to see whether these are real people.

11. Check Retraction Watch—but be aware that excellent journals have retracted papers and that most journals don’t show up there.”

Tagged Tips.

Regional Focus: Europe

Event:

Workshop: The Meaning of Solidarity for Refugee Protection in the EU, London, 27 April 2015 [info]
- Note: This is an invitation-only event.

Publications:

AMIF, the EU Fund Devoted to Asylum and Migration Issues (EPRS, March 2015) [text]

The Common European Asylum System and Human Rights: Enhancing Protection in Times of Emergencies, CLEER Working Paper, no. 2014/7 (Centre for the Law of EU External Relations, 2014) [text]
- This volume includes seven articles.

The Development of EU Policy on Immigration and Asylum: Rethinking Coordination and Leadership, Policy Brief (Migration Policy Institute, March 2015) [text]

Joint Operational Team Launched to Combat Irregular Migration in the Mediterranean (EUROPOL, March 2015) [text]

Not Adding Up: The Fading Promise of Europe's Dublin System (Migration Policy Institute, March 2015) [text]

Outsourcing Asylum (IRIN, March 2015) [text]

Reception and Detention Conditions of Applicants for International Protection in Light of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU (ECRE, March 2015) [text]

Related posts:
- Thematic Focus: Protection at Sea (12 March 2015)
- Regional Focus: Europe (9 March 2015)

Tagged Publications and Events & Opportunities.