26 October 2011

Publications on Civil Society in Serbia, EU Policies, LADO Tests, Protracted Displacement, West African Migration

EU Immigration Policies are Inconsistent and Overly Restrictive (IP-Global, June 2011) [text]

"How Can Civil Society Contribute to the Lawfulness of the Treatment of Illegal Migrants and Asylum Seekers?", Chapter in Collection of Policy Papers on Police Reform in Serbia, no. 5 (Belgrade Center for Human Rights & Belgrade Center for Security Policy, July 2011) [text]
- Scroll down to p. 21.

Permanent Crises? Unlocking the Protracted Displacement of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (RSC et al., Oct. 2011) [text]
- See also related case studies.

Placing Shibboleths at the Institutional Gate: LADO Tests and the Construction of Asylum Seekers’ Identities, Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies, no. 8 (Tilburg University, Oct. 2011) [text]

Reconsidering West African Migration: Changing Focus from European Immigration to Intra-regional Flows, DIIS Working Paper, no. 21 (Danish Institute of International Studies, Oct. 2011) [text]

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