01 April 2013

Thematic Focus: Legal Issues


Treating Like Cases Alike in Refugee Law Adjudication: The Troubling Lack of Consistency in Refugee Status Adjudication within and across State Parties to International Refugee Rights Instruments, London, 25 April 2013 [info]
- "[Six] experts from the UK, USA, Netherlands, Canada and UNHCR Europe will be discussing the variance in adjudication in similar cases around the world."


A Case for Asylum for Individuals Persecuted on Account of Being Accused of Witchcraft (Birdsong's Law Blog, April 2013) [text]

Former ICC Defendant – Ngudjolo – Applies for Asylum in the Netherlands (EJIL: Talk, March 2013) [text]

The Limits of the Law (Garden Court Immigration Blog, March 2013) [text]
- Review of Borderline Justice: The Fight for Refugee and Migrant Rights (Pluto Press, Oct. 2012)

The Revival of the Pacific Solution: An Analysis of the Legal Parameters of Offshore Processing in Australia, UNSW Student Legal Research Series, Research Paper, no. 13-03 (UNSW, March 2013) [text]

"Social Visibility and Particularity in Asylum: Gaitan v. Holder and the Ironic Requirement of Social Perception to Avoid Persecution," Boston College Journal of Law and Social Justice, vol. 33, no. 3 (2013) [full-text]

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