24 April 2012

New Legal Resources


The theme of the Refugee Studies Centre's next seminar series is "Forward, backward, stalling? Critical reflections on the completion of the Common European Asylum System."  The seminars will run weekly from 2 May 2012 to 6 June 2012.


Fresh Asylum Claims and Further Representations Campaign Toolkit, Draft (NCADC, 2012) [access]
- More information about this approach is available here.

International Disaster Response Laws, Rules and Principles (IDRL) Programme: Annual Report (IFRC, 2012) [text via PreventionWeb]

Rainbow Bridges: A Community Guide to Rebuilding the Lives of LGBTI Refugees and Asylum Seekers (ORAM, April 2012) [text]

Refugee Law Reader: Cases, Documents, and Materials, 6th ed. (Hungarian Helsinki Committee, 2011) [text] [online access]

Refugee Rights Unit Working Paper Series (University of Cape Town, 2011-) [access]


Refugee Law Initiative Hub [access]
- This online network "will support sharing, collaboration and dissemination of information by academics and non-academics, refugee law scholars and practitioners."

Western Balkan Legal Aid Network [access]
- WeBLAN is "an independent network of civil society organizations devoted to protection, promotion and improvement of human rights and social inclusion, prevention and reduction of statelessness in the Western Balkans and combating discrimination."

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