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12 August 2014

Regional Focus: Europe

Better Management of Dead and Missing Migrants Needed in Europe (IRIN, July 2014) [text]

Comparative Migration Studies, vol. 2, no. 2 (July 2014) [open access]
- Features the introduction to and three articles from the "Special Symposium of Comparative Migration Studies: After the Arab Spring: EU Asylum and Migration Policy in Flux."

The Culture of Disbelief: An Ethnographic Approach to Understanding an Under-theorised Concept in the UK Asylum System, Working Paper, no. 102 (RSC, July 2014) [text]

"Displacement and Education of the Next Generation: Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina," IZA Journal of Labor & Development, 3:12 (July 2014) [open access]

EASO Newsletter (July-Aug. 2014) [full-text]
- News from the European Asylum Support Office.

Frontex Consultative Forum on Fundamental Rights 2013 (Frontex, 2014) [text]
- See also human rights critique of Frontex.

Lives at the Southern Borders: Forced Migrants and Refugees in Morocco and Denied Access to Spanish Territory (JMS-Spain & JRS-Europe, July 2014) [text]
- See also the original Spanish-language report.

Lost at Sea, Working Paper, no. 14-39 (Boston University School of Law, July 2014) [text via SSRN]

Related post:
- Regional Focus: Europe (25 July 2014)

Tagged Publications.

12 February 2014

New ETDs - Pt. 6 (R)

(Re-)integrating Refugees: A Dutch Street-level Study on the Labour Market (Re-)integration of Refugees, Thesis (Universiteit Utrecht, Oct. 2013) [text]

The Relation between Perceived Parental Refugee Experience and Psychological Distress and Adjustment of U.S.-raised Vietnamese Americans, Dissertation (University of Michigan, 2013) [text]

Resettlement and Irrigation Schemes as Keys to Development? The Case of New Halfa Agricultural Scheme, Sudan, Thesis (University of Helsinki, Dec. 2013) [text]

Risk and Resilience in Narratives of Newcomer Youth Affected by Forced Migration and Interrupted Education: A Canadian Educational Setting, Dissertation (University of Saskatchewan, Sept. 2013) [text]

The Role of Information and Communication Technology in the Acculturation of Vietnamese Refugees, Thesis (University of San Francisco, Dec. 2013) [text]

Note: To locate other ETDs referenced on this blog, browse the subject label "theses."

Tagged Publications. 

New ETDs - Pt. 5 (I-P)

The Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma in Refugee and Asylum Seeker Families: Sex Differences and the Underlying Mechanism, Thesis (Universiteit Utrecht, Dec. 2013) [text]

Kicking Goals for Social Change: An Autoethnographic Study Exploring the Feasibility of Developing a Program that Harnesses the Passion for the World Game to Help Refugee Youth Settle into Their New Country, Dissertation (University of New South Wales, 2013) [text]

Lives Worthy of Human Dignity: Investigating the Impact of UK Asylum Policy on the Well-being of Asylum Seekers in the North East of England, Thesis (Durham University, Jan. 2013) [text]

Movement, Home and Identity: Dilemmas of Urban Internal Displacement in Kampala, Uganda, Thesis (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, May 2013) [text]

A New Generation: How Refugee Trauma Affects Parenting and Child Development, Dissertation (Universiteit Utrecht, 2013) [text]

Protecting Civilians in Conflicts: International Interventions, Arms Embargoes and Refugee Flows, Thesis (Oslo University, Spring 2013) [text]

Note: To locate other ETDs referenced on this blog, browse the subject label "theses."

Tagged Publications. 

11 February 2014

New ETDs - Pt. 2 (C)

Climate Migration: Preparedness Informed Policy Opportunities Identified during Field Research in Bolivia, Bangladesh and Maldives, Dissertation (University of New South Wales, April 2013) [text]

Clinician Conceptualizations of Post-migration Refugee Youth Previously Exposed to Political Violence, Dissertation (Pepperdine University, Sept. 2013 [text]

Conceptualizing Integration: Resettlement Experiences of Bhutanese Refugees in Pittsburgh, PA, Thesis (Duquesne University, Nov. 2013) [text]

Conflict Actors in Motion: Refugees, Rebels and Ethnic Groups, Dissertation (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, 2013) [text]

A Constructivist Grounded Theory Study of Refugee Parent Experiences with Education and the Influence on their Young Children's Education, Dissertation (George Mason University, Aug. 2013) [text]

Note: To locate other ETDs referenced on this blog, browse the subject label "theses."

Tagged Publications. 


23 January 2013

Regional Focus: Australia

Upcoming event:

SCIL International Law Year in Review Conference, Sydney, 22 February 2013 [info]
- Includes a session on "Developments in Human Rights and Refugee Law in 2012."

Publications:

Activists Rap Australia's Offshore Processing of Migrants (IRIN, Jan. 2013) [text]
 
"Collateral Damage: The Impact of Australian Asylum Seeker Policy on Christmas Islanders (2001-2011)," Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures, vol. 6, no. 2 (2012) [open access text]

Experiences of Parenting among Burmese Refugee Mothers in a Facilitated Playgroup (Edith Cowan University, Oct. 2012) [text]
- Looks at the experiences of refugee families in Australia.

"Dark Justice: Australia's Indefinite Detention of Refugees on Security Grounds under International Human Rights Law," Melbourne Journal of International Law, vol. 13, no. 2 (Forthcoming, Nov. 2012; posted Jan. 2013) [text via SSRN]

"'Fair Shake of the Sauce Bottle': Reform Options for Making ASIO Security Assessments of Refugees Fairer," Alternative Law Journal, vol. 37, no. 4 (2012) [preprint via SSRN]

Insider Resistance: Understanding Refugee Protest against Immigration Detention in Australia 1999-2005 (Centre for Human Rights Education, Nov. 2012) [text]
- Includes link to thesis.

Released but not yet Free: Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Community after Long-term Detention (Centre for Human Rights Education, Dec. 2012) [text via BroCAP]

"UNHCR Takes Aim at Australia over Nauru Detainees ," Town & Country Magazine, 14 Dec. 2012 [text]

Tagged Publications and Events & Opportunities. 

25 September 2012

ETDs (part 2) in Anthropology, Education, Law, Psychology, Social Science

'I had to do something. I couldn't do nothing!': Citizen Action in Support of Asylum Seekers in Australia 2001-2006, Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (Univ. of New South Wales, 2012) [text]

The Issue of Climate-induced Displacement from the Perspective of International Environmental Law, Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Law (Tilburg Univ., June 2012) [text]

Legal Protection of the People at Risk of Climate-induced Cross-border Displacement: Application of the 1951 Refugee Convention, Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Law (Tilburg Univ., 2011) [text]

Living an Uncertain Future: An Ethnography of Displacement, Health, Psychosocial Well-being and the Search for Durable Solutions among Iraqi Refugees in Egypt, Dissertation submitted to the Dept. of Anthropology (Case Western Reserve University, Jan. 2012) [text]

Narrative Exposure Therapy to Treat Traumatic Stress in Middle Eastern Refugees: A Clinical Trial, Dissertation submitted to the Graduate School (Wayne State Univ., Jan. 2012) [text]

Quality of Father-child Interaction in Refugee and Asylum Seeker Families: The Relation among Posttraumatic Stress and Parental Caregiving, Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Social Sciences (Utrecht Univ., July 2012) [text]

Resettlement of Bhutanese Refugees: A Misery or Solution, A Case Study of Bhutanese Refugees from Rogaland and Alta, Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Arts and Education (Univ. of Stavanger, 2011) [text]

Victims, Villains, and the Virtuous Constructing the Problems of “Human Trafficking,” Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School (Univ. of Minnesota, June 2012) [text]

Tagged Publications. 

11 January 2011

Publications: Case Law/US, Health Care/EU, Non-refoulement & Security, Parental Rights & Detention, Protracted Situations & Lessons, Sudan Referendum

Are Undocumented Migrants and Asylum Seekers Entitled to Access Health Care in the EU? A Comparative Overview in 16 Countries (HUMA Network, Nov. 2010) [text]

Most Important United States Supreme Court Case in Refugee Law: I.N.S. v. Elias-Zacarias (Marquette University School of Law Faculty Blog, Dec. 2010) [text]

Responding to Protracted Refugee Situations: Lessons from a Decade of Discussion, Forced Migration Policy Briefing, no. 6 (RSC, Jan. 2011) [text]

To Transfer or Not to Transfer: Identifying and Protecting Relevant Human Rights Interests in Non-Refoulement, Cardozo Legal Studies Research Paper, no. 319 (Cardozo School of Law, Dec. 2010) [text]

Sudan: The 30-Day Countdown (Refugees International, Dec. 2010) [text]
- See also related blog post.

Torn Apart by Immigration Enforcement: Parental Rights and Immigration Detention (Women's Refugee Commission, Dec. 2010) [text]
- See also related blog post.

Tagged Publications.