12 September 2012

Focus: Europe, esp. the UK

Challenges of Forced Migration in Serbia: The State of Human Rights of Asylum Seekers and Returnees based on the Readmission Agreement (Grupa 484, July 2012) [text]

Enhanced Competences for the European Court of Justice: “Re-shuffling” the Dynamics of EU Migration Policy-making?, Migration Studies Unit Working Paper, no. 2012/1 (LSE, 2012) [text]
- "On the basis of pre-Lisbon Treaty case law on the right to asylum and the right to family life, this paper sets out to explore what the consequences of extended ECJ jurisdiction will be. ..."

The Impact of Welfare Systems on Immigration: An Analysis of Welfare Magnets as a Pull-factor for Asylum Seekers and Labour Migrants, Migration Studies Unit Working Paper, no. 2012/2 (LSE, 2012) [text]

Serbia as a Country of Asylum: Observations on the Situation of Asylum-seekers and Beneficiaries of International Protection in Serbia (UNHCR, Aug. 2012) [text]

A Study and Comparison of National Legislation in Slovenia and International Standards Related to Statelessness (UNHCR Central Europe, Jan. 2012) [text]

"Transnationalism of Burundian Refugees in The Netherlands: The Importance of Migration Motives," International Journal of Population Research, vol. 2012, Article ID 962327 (2012) [open access text]


Best Practice Guide to Asylum and Human Rights Appeals (Electronic Immigration Network, 2012) [text]

Campaigning Toolkit: An Aid to Understanding the Asylum and Immigration Systems, and Campaigning for the Right to Stay (NCADC, 2012) [access]

"Unmasking Deviance: The Visual Construction of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in English National Newspapers," Critical Criminology, vol. 20, no. 3 (2012) [full-text]

'We are not in politics to ignore peoples’ worries: we are in politics to deal with them.' Why Mainstream Parties Change Policy on Migration: A UK Case Study – The Conservative Party, Immigration and Asylum, 1960-2010, Paper prepared for the EPOP annual conference, University of Oxford, 7-9 September 2012 [text]

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