16 February 2017

Regional Focus: MENA, incl. Syria


Seminar: Writing in Times of War and Revolution, Oxford, 22 February 2017 [info]
- Part of seminar series on Syria.

Seminar: The Syrian Internal Displacement, Oxford, 1 March 2017 [info]


Back Here Again: Safe Zones in Syria (FlagPost Blog, Feb. 2017) [text]

Bearing Witness to the Refugee Crisis: Western Audiences and Jordanian Humanitarian Workers (Middle East Institute, Feb. 2017) [text]

For the Long Run: A Mapping of Migration-related Activities in the Wider Sahel Region (Clingendael, Jan. 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Insecurity in Yemen Threatens Incoming Refugees and Migrants (UNHCR, Feb. 2017) [text]

*Lebanon: New Refugee Policy a Step Forward (Human Rights Watch, Feb. 2017) [text]

"Lebanon’s Refugee Fatigue," The World Today (Feb. & March 2017) [text]

Migration Profile: Tunisia, Policy Brief, no. 2016/08 (Migration Policy Centre, Dec. 2016) [text]

Needs over Nationality: A Plea for Equal Access to Aid in Jordan (Human Rights Brief, Feb. 2017) [text]

The Struggle for Syria, Oxford, 8 Feb. 2017 [info]
- Follow link for podcast.

Syria Regional Crisis Emergency Appeal 2017 (UNRWA, Jan. 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Turning Back: Policy and Data Analysis of Iraqis Moving Back from Europe, Briefing Paper, no. 02 (Mixed Migration Platform, Jan. 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Research project:

Conflits et migrations: Réflexions sur les catégories et la généalogie des migrations au Moyen-Orient [access]
- "The aim of LAJEH is to deepen knowledge on forced migration in the Middle East, analysing current refugee flows in their historical and regional contexts. Through a cross-disciplinary and empirically-driven approach, it analyses the implications of forced migrations on the host countries and the latter's response. This research project will focus not only on registered refugees but also on the wide range of displaced and migrants groups affected by conflicts and their consequences."


Related post:
- Regional Focus: Syria (8 Feb. 2017)

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