31 May 2018

Thematic Focus: Children & Families - Pt. 1

"As Emigrants, We Have Different Ways of Creating ‘Home’," Irish Times, 9 Feb. 2018 [text via Humanitarian Pulse]
- "For my refugee patients, the strangeness of Norway dissipates when reunited with family."

Bridging the Humanitarian-Development Divide for Refugee Children in Eastern Africa and the Great Lakes Region: Mapping Existing National Child Protection Practice (UNHCR & Unicef, May 2018) [text]

Dublin IV: Violating Unaccompanied Minor’s Best Interests in the Allocation of Responsibility (Leiden Law Blog, May 2018) [text]

Facing the Hardest Separation (UNHCR, May 2018) [text]

"German Cabinet Approves New Refugee Family Reunification Law," Deutsche Welle, 9 May 2018 [text]

"'I am Going to Europe Tomorrow': The Myth of the Anchor Child and the Decision to Flee in the Narratives of Unaccompanied Children," Nordic Journal of Migration Research, Ahead of Print, 22 May 2018 [open access]

Impact of Separation on Refugee Families: Syrian Refugees in Jordan (Columbia Global Centers & UNHCR, May 2018) [text]

Inclusion of Refugee Children in National Child Protection Systems: Guidance for Practitioners in East Africa (UNHCR & Unicef, Oct. 2017) [text]

The Kids of Calais (The Guardian, May 2018)
- Two-part podcast series: Part 1 - Family Reunification; Part 2 - Waiting for Asylum.

"The Rights of Children on the Move and the Budapest Declaration," Children, vol. 5, no. 5 (May 2018) [open access]

"What is the Impact of Placement Type on Educational and Health Outcomes of Unaccompanied Refugee Minors? A Systematic Review of the Evidence," Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, Online First, 5 April 2018 [open access]

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Children & Families - Pt. 1 (11 May 2018)

Tagged Publications.

No comments: