03 March 2014

New Issue of RSQ

A new issue of Refugee Survey Quarterly (RSQ) has just been published, with a special focus on "Emerging Issues in Refugee Policy around the World." It "brings together a selection of the papers from the conference on 'Understanding Global Refugee Policy' organized by the Refugee Studies Centre to celebrate its 30th anniversary."

Contents for vol. 33, no. 1, March 2014 include:

  • Introduction: Continuity and Change in Global Refugee Policy [abstract]
  • Australia’s Little Known In-Country Programme in Latin America [abstract]
  • "Our Refugee Policy is Generous": Reflections on the Importance of a State’s Self-Image [abstract]
  • Who Shall We Help? The Refugee Definition in a Chinese Context [abstract]
  • Lessons Learned from Refugee Return Settlement Policies: A Case Study on Burundi’s Rural Integrated Villages [abstract]
  • Refugee Cities: Reflections on the Development and Impact of UNHCR Urban Refugee Policy in the Middle East [abstract]
  • Media Perceptions: Mainstream and Grassroots Media Coverage of Refugees in Kenya and the Effects of Global Refugee Policy [abstract]

*Note: As of July 2014, the contents of this issue are freely available!*

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