14 November 2016

Regional Focus: Americas

"Drawing Lines among the Persecuted," Minnesota Law Review (Forthcoming, 2016) [full-text via SSRN]

Final Report for Comparative Assessment of Livelihood Approaches across Humanitarian Organizations in Post-Earthquake Haiti Camp Resettlements (Concern et al., Sept. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

Human Rights of Migrants, Refugees, Stateless Persons, Victims of Human Trafficking and Internally Displaced Persons: Norms and Standards of the Inter-American Human Rights System (IACHR, Dec. 2015 [text via Refworld]

Humanitarian Crisis on U.S. Border: Haitians Stranded by Policy (Refugees Deeply, Nov. 2016) [text]

Immigration Judges Decide 57 Percent Entitled to Remain in U.S. (TRAC, Aug. 2016) [text]

The Treatment of Women under Canada’s Gender Guidelines in Judicial Reviews of Gender-Related Refugee Claims: 2003-2013, Thesis (Univ. of Ottawa, May 2016) [text]

"United States Abandons its Harder Line on Haitian Migrants in the Face of Latest Natural Disaster," Migration Information Source, 26 Oct. 2016 [text]

Thoughts on the Election of Donald Trump:

Donald Trump’s Signature Campaign Positions on Immigration and Refugee Protection and Why the President-Elect Should Reconsider Them (Huffington Post, Nov. 2016) [text]

"Expert Views: What Will Be the Impact of Trump Presidency on Immigration, Refugees?," Reuters, 11 Nov. 2016 [text]

President Trump and the Future of Our Refugee and Asylum Programs (The Asylumist Blog, Nov. 2016) [text]

President Trump’s Humanitarian Agenda (IRIN, Nov. 2016) [text]

What a Trump Presidency May Look Like for Immigration (The Migrationist Blog, Nov. 2016) [text]

What Can We Expect from President Trump’s Foreign Policy (UN Dispatch, Nov. 2016) [access]
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*Who's Afraid of Mr. Trump? (IRIN, Nov. 2016) [text]


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- Regional Focus: Americas (28 Oct. 2016)

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