25 April 2017

Regional Focus: Europe

Asylum Seekers On Hold: Aspects of the Asylum Procedure in Greece (AITIMA, April 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Beyond Humanitarianism: Addressing the Urban, Self-settled Refugees in Turkey, COMCAD Working Paper, no. 148 (Centre on Migration, Citizenship and Development, 2016) [text]

"Cities Rising: European Municipalities and the Refugee Surge," Suffolk Transnational Law Review, vol. 39, no. 3 (2016) [full-text via SSRN]

"A Crisis of Protection and Safe Passage: Violence Experienced by Migrants/Refugees Travelling along the Western Balkan Corridor to Northern Europe," Conflict and Health, 11:6 (April 2017) [open access]

The ECtHR Ruling in Ilias and Ahmed: ‘Safe Third Country’ Concept Put to the Test (EDAL, April 2017) [text]

How Three European Media Organisations are Bringing News to Refugees (WAN-FRA Blog, April 2017) [text]

Migration and the Ukraine Crisis: A Two-Country Perspective (E-International Relations Publishing, April 2017) [open access]
- Note as of 4/26: I inserted the wrong URL when this was first posted! The link above now leads to the correct resource.

One Year On: An Assessment of the EU-Turkey Statement on Refugees, IAI Working paper, no. 14 (Istituto Affari Internazionali, March 2017) [text]

Refugees Welcome? The Experience of New Refugees in the UK (All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees, April 2017) [text]

Social Situation in Frontline Cities Based on the Case of Bakhmut: Problems of Internally Displaced Persons, Short-term Visitors and Local Residents (Foundation.101, March 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Taking the ‘Union’ Out of 'EU':: The EU-Turkey Statement on the Syrian Refugee Crisis as an Agreement between States under International Law (EJIL: Talk Blog, April 2017) [text]

"┼Żumberak: A Sixteenth-Century Refugee Settlement Zone," Immigrants & Minorities: Historical Studies in Ethnicity, Migration and Diaspora, Latest Articles, 12 April 2017 [full-text via Academia.edu]

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