03 July 2017

Thematic Focus: Solutions, esp. in the US

"Australia's Refugee Capital 'Shows What the Country Can Do'," The Guardian, 23 June 2017 [text]

The Debate Over Integration: An Explainer (Refugees Deeply, June 2017) [text]

Fulfilling U.S. Commitment to Refugee Resettlement: Protecting Refugees, Preserving National Security & Building the U.S. Economy through Refugee Admissions (Harvard University, May 2017) [text]
- See also related news release.

Here’s What Trump’s Travel Ban Means for Refugees around the World (UN Dispatch, June 2017) [access]
- Follow link for podcast.

Implementing the Refugee EO: The State Department Should Consider Refugee Agency Assurances as Bona Fide Relationships (Lawfare Blog, July 2017) [text]

The Legal Battle over Refugee Admissions (Forced Migration Forum, July 2017) [text]

"Maintaining Refuge," Anthropology News, 16 June 2017 [access]
- Series of five articles examining refugees and resettlement primarily in the US, but also in Canada.

"News for Assimilation or Integration? Examining the Functions of News in Shaping Acculturation Experiences of Immigrants in the Netherlands and Spain," European Journal of Communication, vol. 32, no. 2 (2017) [open access]

"Non-Syrians Can Come to UK as Part of Refugee Programme, says Rudd," The Guardian, 3 July 2017 [text]

A Pivotal Moment for the US Refugee Resettlement Program (Haas Institute, June 2017) [text]

Reception and Placement of Refugees in the United States (Congressional Research Service, June 2017) [text]

"Refugees: We Thought America Valued Diversity," CNN, 27 June 2017 [access]
- Brief video profiles of Muslim refugees "who came to the United States between 1982 and 2014. We asked them about current attitudes and policies toward Muslims and refugees, why they came to America -- and what their hopes are for the future."

Weathering Crisis, Forging Ahead: Swedish Asylum and Integration Policy (Migration Policy Institute, June 2017) [text]

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Solutions (19 June 2017)

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