11 September 2015

Regional Focus: Asia Pacific

Afghan Refugees and Returnees: Corruption and Lack of Afghan Ministerial Capacity Have Prevented Implementation of a Long-term Refugee Strategy (Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, Aug. 2015) [text via ReliefWeb]

"As Europe Makes Room for Refugees, Some in Japan Ask: Why Not Us?," Washington Post, 8 Sept. 2015 [text]

"Cambodia’s Montagnard Problem," The Diplomat, 8 Sept. 2015 [text]

"Concept Note for the High-level Segment on the Afghan Refugee Situation, 6-7 October 2015," 69th Session of the Executive Committee of the High Commissioner's Programme, UN Doc. No. HLS/2015/CRP.2, 9 Sept. 2015 [text]

Getting Ready to Respond: Is Our Region Prepared to Respond to the Mass Displacement of People? (APPS Policy Forum, Sept. 2015) [text]

Refugees, Displacement and Forced Migration in Asia: Charting an Inclusive Research Agenda, Working Paper, no. 236 (Asia Research Institute, April 2015) [text]

A Regional Approach towards Refugees and Asylum Seekers in the Asia Pacific (APRRN, Auckland Refugee Council & Amnesty International, Sept. 2015) [text]
- Briefing paper for panel on Refugees: A Regional Vision, Auckland, 12 Sept. 2015.

Regional Dialogue on Forced Migration in the Asia-Pacific (Centre for Policy Development, 2015) [access]

Spotlight on the Vulnerable: Key Issues Impacting on the Human Rights of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in New Zealand (Amnesty International, May 2014) [text]

Thailand’s Uighur Refugees: Security Implications for Southeast Asia, RSIS Commentary, no. 160 (Nayang Technological University, July 2015) [text]

"Time to Protect Southeast Asia's Refugees: Regional Cooperation Must Focus More on Protection Solutions," The Diplomat, 12 Sept. 2015 [text]
- Part of a series on Southeast Asia's refugee crisis.

Related post:
- Regional Focus: Asia Pacific, incl. Australia (31 Aug. 2015)

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