11 January 2012

ETDs in Development Studies, Education, History, Intl. Studies, Law, Medicine, Social Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Women's Studies

A Decade Later: The Mental Health Picture of Bosnian Refugees Living in the United States, Dissertation submitted to the College of Education (Pennsylvania State University, Aug. 2011) [text]

Les Déterminants de la Santé des Personnes Exposées à des Crises Majeures: Le Cas des Déplacés Internes au Burundi, Dissertation submitted to the Faculté de médecine (Université de Montréal, issued July 2011) [text]

O Esquecimento do Passado por Refugiados Africanos = The Forgetting of the Past by African Refugees, Thesis submitted to the Institute of Psychology (Universidade de São Paulo, 2011) [text]

Getting Beyond Politics and Bad Blood: The Protection of Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia, Thesis submitted to the Department of Law (American University in Cairo, May 2011) [text]

The Grassroots Pro-Asylum Seeker Movement in the Republic of Ireland: A Social Movement Perspective, Dissertation submitted to the Dept. of Sociology (National University of Ireland Maynooth, Dec. 2011) [text]

Greeting the Stranger: Examining the (Un)familiar in Australia’s Detention History, Undergraduate thesis submitted to the Dept. of History (Univ. of Sydney, Oct. 2011) [text]

Resettlement Challenges and Gender: A Case Study of Liberian Refugees in Nova Scotia, Thesis submitted to the Department of International Development Studies (Dalhousie University, issued April 2011) [text]

A Social Ecology of Stress and Coping among Homeless Refugee Families, Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School (Univ. of Minnesota, Aug. 2011) [text]

They Are in Silence: Refugee Women's Narratives, Thesis submitted to the Department of Women's and Gender Studies (University of Louisville, May 2011) [text]

Masters Internship reports:

Refugee and Asylum Seeker Rights (Univ. of Sydney, Dec. 2011) [text]

To What Extent Does the Securitisation of Asylum Seekers Contribute to Australia’s Failure to Meet its Relevant International Human Rights Obligations? (Univ. of Sydney, Dec. 2011) [text]

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