04 February 2019

Thematic Focus: General


Presentation: Media Portrayals of Refugees: Dehumanization and Humanization, Calgary, CA, 13 February 2019 [info]


"Borders Rules," International Studies Review (Forthcoming, 2019) [preprint]
- "A research agenda which documents and explains new border developments, and critically assesses emerging rules and practices in light of international human rights, is an essential direction for international studies research."

Evaluation of UNHCR’s Livelihoods Strategies and Approaches (2014-2018) (UNHCR, Dec. 2018) [text]
- See also case studies for Costa Rica, Ghana, India, Rwanda and Turkey.

"Finding 'Hard to Find' Literature on Hard to Find Groups: A Novel Technique to Search Grey Literature on Refugees and Asylum Seekers," International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, vol. 27, no. 1 (March 2018) [free full-text]

"Food Security and Violent Conflict: Introduction to the Special Issue," World Development, vol. 117 (May 2019) [open access]

It’s Time for a More Honest, Less Partisan Debate on Mixed Migration (Refugees Deeply, Jan. 2019) [text]

Joint IOM-UNHCR Letter on Global Compact for Safe, Regular and Orderly Migration (IOM & UNHCR, Jan. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

Joint Letter from IOM and UNHCR on the Collaboration Between the Two Organizations (UNHCR, Jan. 2019) [text]

Monitoring Food Security in Countries with Conflict Situations: A Joint FAO/WFP Update for the United Nations Security Council (WFP & FAO, Jan. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

Preparing for Future Migration Scenarios, Davos, 25 Jan. 2019 [info]
- Follow link for video.

"Religious Conversions in Forced Migration: Comparative Cases of Afghans in India and Iranians in Turkey," Journal of Eurasian Studies, OnlineFirst, 10 Jan. 2019 [open access]

‘Success under the GCR’: Can It Be Measured? (RLI Blog, Jan. 2019) [text]

The UN’s Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: Analysis of the Final Draft, Objective by Objective (Refugee Law Initiative, 2019) [English] [French]
- Compilation of a blog series.

"Uncertainty in Situations of Forced Displacement: A Critical Interpretative Synthesis of Refugee Literature," Population, Space & Place, Early View, 9 Aug. 2018 [full-text via Ghent Univ.]

When the Lens is Too Wide: The Visual Dehumanization of Refugees and Its Political Consequences (PsyArXiv, Jan. 2019) [preprint]

Related posts:
- News: World Refugee Council Issues "Call to Action" Report (24 Jan. 2019)
- Thematic Focus: General (21 Jan. 2019)

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