03 July 2017

Free JRS Resource/New Issues of Disasters, EJML, Humanit. Exch., IMR, Intervention, MIPJ, Rts. in Exile News, VOICE

New issues:

Disasters, vol. 41, no. 3 (July 2017) [contents]
- Mix of articles, including "Social network characteristics and resource access among formerly displaced households in Lira, Uganda" and "Human rights and proactive displacement: determining the appropriate balance between the duty to protect and the right to remain."

European Journal of Migration and Law, vol. 19, no. 2 (2017) [contents]
- Mix of articles.

Health in Humanitarian Crises (The Lancet, June 2017) [access]
- Follow link for new series from The Lancet Journals. (Note: Access to full-text is *not* provided.) Excerpt from one of the articles is available via Refugees Deeply.

Humanitarian Exchange Magazine, no. 69 (June 2017) [full-text]
- Themed issue on "The humanitarian consequences of violence in Central America."

International Migration Review, vol. 51, no. 2 (Summer 2017) [contents]
- Three sub-sections on naturalization in the US and Germany, immigration policy in the US and the UK, and migration and integration in Europe. One article is freely available in each section.

Intervention, vol. 15, no. 2 (July 2017) [contents]
- Mix of articles, including "Dance/Movement therapy and resilience building with female asylum seekers and refugees: a phenomenological practice based research."

MIPJ: Media, Information, International Relations and Humanitarian Affairs (2016) [contents]
- Issue focuses on refugees, IDPs and statelessness.

Rights in Exile Newsletter, no. 83 (July 2017) [full-text]
- News and information for refugee legal aid providers.

VOICE Out Loud, no. 25 (May 2017) [full-text via ReliefWeb]
- Focuses on "Moving forward with the Agenda for Humanity."

Resource:

JRS 30th Anniversary Collection [access]
- "This year the Journal of Refugee Studies celebrates its 30th Anniversary. As part of a series of innovations to mark this milestone, we the former and present editors of the Journal have selected our favourite articles published during our tenures, and explained our choice. ..." Articles are freely available through the end of 2017.

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