29 May 2019

Thematic Focus: ICTs & Other Technologies

"Big Tech Firms are Racing to Track Climate Refugees," MIT Technology Review, 17 May 2019 [text]
- See also related Slate article.

"Can Tracking People through Phone-call Data Improve Lives?," Nature, 29 May 2019 [text]

Common Social Accountability Platform: Results and Findings from Citizen-led Discussions on Displacement and Durable Solutions in Mogadishu (Regional Durable Solutions Secretariat, May 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Cultural Adaptation of Internet Interventions for Refugees: Results from a User Experience Study," Internet Interventions, In Press, 21 May 2019 [open access]

"Customs, Immigration, and Rights: Constitutional Limits on Electronic Border Searches," Yale Law Journal Forum, vol. 128 (2019) [full-text]

Data Protection and Digital Agency for Refugees, World Refugee Council Research Paper, no. 12 (Centre for International Governance Innovation, May 2019) [text]

How UNHCR is Using Social Media to Predict Asylum Applications from Venezuela (Social Media for Good Blog, May 2019) [text]

Is Social Media a Platform for Supporting or Attacking Refugees? (OUP Blog, May 2019) [text]

"Mobile People, Phones and Photography: Somali Visual Practices in Nairobi's Eastleigh Estate," Africa, vol. 89, no. 2 (May 2019) [postprint]

Refugees as ‘Border Intellectuals’: Insights from a Qualitative WhatsApp Survey (Centre for Criminology Blog, May 2019) [text]

Resources for Situational Awareness in Humanitarian Emergencies: An Overview of Sources of Information, Tools and Services (DH Network, March 2019) [text via Social Media for Good]
- Also available via Academia.

‘Stealing the Fire’, 2.0 Style?: Smartphones and Social Media in the Era of Illegalised Mobility (Border Criminologies Blog, May 2019) [text]

Using Technology to Help Those in Need (EPRS, May 2019) [text]

Related posts:
- Thematic Focus: ICTs & Other Technologies - Pt. 1 (7 May 2019)
- Thematic Focus: ICTs & Other Technologies - Pt. 2 (Digital Identity) (7 May 2019)

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