24 January 2019

Regional Focus: Europe - Pt. 2

Asylum: Commission Takes Next Step in Infringement Procedure against Hungary for Criminalising Activities in Support of Asylum Applicants (European Commission, Jan. 2019) [text]

"'Meagre hospitality': Experiences with Food among Asylum Seekers Living in Norwegian Reception Centres," Anthropology of Food, no. S12 (2018) [full-text]

"National Identity among Economic and Non-economic Immigrants," Review of Economics of the Household, Latest Articles, 9 Nov. 2018 [open access]
- "Using recent survey data from the UK, I show that immigrants who originally migrated for family reasons or as refugees are more than twice as likely to report a host national identity as those who migrated for economic reasons." See also related post on The Conversation.

"New Neighbours in a Time of Change: Local Pragmatics and the Perception of Asylum Centres in Rural Denmark," Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Latest Articles, 6 June 2018 [free full-text]

"Refugees for Refugees: Musicians between Confinement and Perspectives," Arts, vol. 8, no. 1 (Jan. 2019) [open access]

Samos: Grim Winter Leads to Protests by Refugees Living in Limbo on Greek Island (The Conversation, Jan. 2019) [text]

Simplifying the Immigration Rules (UK Law Commission, Jan. 2019) [text]
- This is a consultation paper open for public comment until 26 April 2019. See also related press release and Free Movement blog post.

Understanding the Internal Protection Alternative (Part I) (EU Immigration & Asylum Law & Policy Blog, Jan. 2019) [text]
- First of two-part series; starts with case study in Norway.


Transnationalism, Return Visits, Home and Belonging: Second Generation from Refugee Backgrounds, Oxford, 16 Jan. 2019 [info]
- Follow link for podcast. Seminar draws "on in-depth interviews with the British born adult children of refugees from Tamil, Kurdish and Vietnamese backgrounds."

Related posts:
- Regional Focus: Europe - Pt. 1 (24 Jan. 2019)
- Regional Focus: United Kingdom (16 Jan. 2019)

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