07 July 2017

Thematic Focus: Detention

Publications:

Across the Sloping Meadow Floor: An Empirical Analysis of Detention of Deportable Non-Citizens (SSRN, June 2017) [text]

"Baby Jails" Bills Die a Slow Death (Immigration Impact Blog, June 2017) [text]

Centres et Locaux de Rétention Administrative: 2016 Rapport (Forum réfugiés-Cosi et al., June 2017) [text via AIDA]

The Detention of Asylum Seekers in Europe: Constructed on Shaky Ground? (AIDA, June 2017) [text]

"The EU Hotspot Approach and Expansion of De Facto Immigration Detention," Presentation at Mass Influx? Law, Policy and Large-Scale Movements of Refugees and Migrants, 2nd Annual RLI Conference, London, 5-7 June 2017 [access]

Immigration Detention in an Era of Mass Mobility (Border Criminologies Blog, June 2017) [access]
- Follow link to access remaining posts in this blog series, which discuss likely expansion of immigration detention in the US, working in a detention facility, and learning how to share research findings on detention issues.

"The Mental Health of Children and Parents Detained on Christmas Island: Secondary Analysis of an Australian Human Rights Commission Data Set," Health and Human Rights Journal, Papers in Press, 3 Dec. 2016 [open access]

Never in a Child’s Best Interests: A Review of Laws That Prohibit Child Immigration Detention, IDC Briefing Paper, no. 2 (International Detention Coalition, June 2017) [text]

Unlocking Childhood: Current Immigration Detention Practices and Alternatives for Child Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Asia and the Pacific (Save the Children & APRRN, May 2017) [text via ReliefWeb]

Resource:

IDC Online Training Toolkit - Learn from Experts: Making Alternatives to Immigration Detention Work (International Detention Coalition) [access]
- "The Toolkit has been developed in response to IDC member requests for information, examples and ‘how-to’ develop and use alternatives to detention. To this end, the courses include case studies and stories from IDC members globally. The Toolkit consists of a number of short courses, each focusing on a particular area of interest relating to alternatives to detention. Each short course includes modules with information, case studies, examples, tools and resources, and links to further information."

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Detention (31 May 2017)

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