23 June 2016

Thematic Focus: ICTs & Information Services

"An App to Save Syria's Lost Generation? What Technology Can and Can't Do," Foreign Affairs, 23 May 2016 [extract]

"Digitizing Refugees: The Effect of Technology on Forced Displacement," Gnovis: A Journal of Communication, Culture & Technology, vol. XVI, no. II (Spring 2016) [open access]

"The Geospatial Rhetoric of Asylum: Mapping Migration in Fortress Europe," Networking Knowledge, vol. 9, no. 4 (2016) [open access]

"How the Internet Became a Home for Displaced Somalis," VICE, 12 May 2016 [text]

"'Internet is the same like food": An Empirical Study on the Use of Digital Media by Unaccompanied Minor Refugees in Germany," Transnational Social Review: A Social Work Journal, Latest Articles (13 June 2016) [open access]

Is Now the Moment the Humanitarian Data Revolution Begins? (Devex, June 2016) [text]
Library Services to Immigrants and Refugees, The Hague, 31 March 2016 [info]
- Follow link for webinar recording.

Library Services for Immigrants and Refugees: Actions and Principles from a Global Perspective, Paper prepared for IFLA World Library and Information Congress, Columbus, OH, 13-19 August 2016 [text]

Migration in the Internet Age: The 21st Century: When Refugees Went Online, Student paper (Lund University, 2016) [text]

"Refugees and Research for Healthy Outcomes," 3rd Refugee Research Symposium, Auckland, NZ, 3 Dec. 2015 [info]
- Two presentations focused on ICTs and refugees in New Zealand: [Andrade] [Andrade & Doolin]

Twitter and Crisis Communication: An Overview of Tools for Handling Social Media in Real Time (LSE Impact of Social Sciences Blog, June 2016) [text]

Understanding the Data Needs of Settlement Stakeholders to Better Support Newcomers and Refugees (OpenNorth, June 2016) [text]

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