15 May 2017

Regional Focus: Americas

"200 Refugees are Crossing Mexico to Escape Violence—and to Confront Trump," Mother Jones, 1 May 2017 [text]
- See also related PRI story.

Accepting Refugees: International Law in a Canadian Context in the Twentieth Century, Working Paper, no. 2017/1 (CARFMS, Feb. 2017) [text]

"America and Canada, Divided by a Common Border," The Economist, 22 April 2017 [text]

*Asylum in Latin America and in the Inter-American System of Protection of Human Rights, Pisa, Italy, 3 April 2017 [info]
- Follow link for PowerPoint presentation. Note: A video of this seminar should eventually be made available.

Forced to Flee Central America’s Northern Triangle: A Neglected Humanitarian Crisis (Médecins Sans Frontières, May 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

“Making Canada’s Refugee System Faster and Fairer”: Reviewing the Stated Goals and Unintended Consequences of the 2012 Reform, Working Paper, no. 2017/3 (CARFMS, May 2017) [text]

Neither Security nor Justice: Sexual and Gender-based Violence and Gang Violence in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala (KIND, May 2017) [text]
- See also related Mother Jones article.

"One Thing Left on the Checklist: Ontological Coordination and the Assessment of Consistency in Asylum Requests," Chapter in Security/Mobility: Politics of Movement (Manchester Univ. Press, Feb. 2017) [open access]
- "Examines the practices of judging the credibility of asylum requests in Brazil."

Prolonged Precarious Status in Canada: Policy Ideas Generated from a One-day Workshop on January 16, 2017 (Carleton Univ. & Univ. of Ottawa, May 2017) [text via SSRN]

Rethinking Forced Migration: Gang Violence in Latin America (Talking Humanities Blog, May 2017) [text]

Update on Exclusion and Inadmissibility Jurisprudence: New Developments Since the Decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada in Ezokola and Febles, Working Paper, no. 2017/2 (CARFMS, April 2017) [text]


Related post:
- Regional Focus: Americas (27 April 2017)

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