03 August 2017

Regional Focus: Europe

Addressing the Diversity of Asylum-seekers' Needs and Aspirations: A Report to the Volkswagen Foundation, Working Paper, no. 17-05 (Max Planck, June 2017) [text]

Breaking the Impasse: Reducing Protracted Internal Displacement as a Collective Outcome - Case Study: Ukraine (OCHA, July 2017) [text]

Dynamics of Migration across the Mediterranean, Policy Briefing (Mediterranean Migration Research Programme, July 2017) [text]

European Citizens Want Information on Migration – not Higher Walls (The Conversation, Aug. 2017) [text]

From Temporary Protection to Transit Migration: Responses to Refugee Crises Along the Western Balkan Route, EUI Working Paper, no. RSCAS 2017/35 (European Univ. Institute, July 2017) [text]

How Complex are the UK Immigration Rules and Is This a Problem? (Free Movement Blog, Aug. 2017) [text]

How Expensive are UK Immigration Applications and Is This a Problem? (Free Movement Blog, Aug. 2017) [text]

Improving Policy for Search and Rescue of Migrants in the Mediterranean and Identifying the Dead, Policy Briefing (Mediterranean Migration Research Programme, July 2017) [text]

Italy: Navy Support for Libya May Endanger Migrants (Human Rights Watch, Aug. 2017) [text]

"The Limits of Procedural Discretion: Unequal Treatment and Vulnerability in Britain’s Asylum Appeals," Social & Legal Studies, OnlineFirst, 28 July 2017 [open access]

Living in Limbo: The Life of Refused Asylum Seekers (Northern Ireland Comm. of Refugees & Asylum Seekers, March 2017) [text]

Mapping the Refugee Reception in the Mediterranean (EVI-MED Project, June 2017) [text]

Nordic Asylum Law Seminar, Reykjavík, 29-30 May 2017 [info]
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Returning Rejected Asylum Seekers: Practices and Challenges in Ireland (Economic and Social Research Institute, July 2017) [text]

Spain: Migrants Held in Poor Conditions (Human Rights Watch, July 2017) [text]

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