18 December 2019

Thematic Focus: Information

Information sharing, access to & management of:

Data Transformation Strategy 2020-2025: Supporting Protection and Solutions (UNHCR, Sept. 2019) [text]
- See also related blog post.

Evaluation of UNHCR’s Data Use and Information Management Approaches (UNHCR, Nov. 2019) [text]

Humanitarian Transparency: Information-sharing during Protracted Emergencies (ReliefWeb Blog, Nov. 2019) [text]

"Online Migration Campaigns: Promises, Pitfalls and the Need for Better Evaluations," Migration Policy Practice, vol. IX, no. 3 (July-June 2019) [open access]

"Refugees Misdirected: How Information, Misinformation, and Rumors Shape Refugees’ Access to Fundamental Rights," Virginia Journal of International Law, vol. 57, no. 3 (2018) [full-text]
- Focuses on Greece.

"Rumors and Refugees: How Government-Created Information Vacuums Undermine Effective Crisis Management," International Studies Quarterly, vol. 62, no. 3 (Sept. 2018) [open access]
- Focuses on Greece.

"Seeing Refugees through American Blinders," Columbia Journalism Review, 20 Nov. 2019 [text]

With Literacy and Justice for All: Library Programs for Refugees and Newcomers (Lane Community College, Oct. 2019) [text]

Legal:

"Asylos: A Volunteer Research Service Asylum Lawyers Can't Live Without," InfoMigrants, 27 Nov. 2019 [text]

Clumsy Precedents and Arbitrary Discretion: Britain’s Country Guidance System and the Obligation of Non-Refoulement (RefLaw Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Incomplete and Garbled Immigration Court Data Suggest Lack of Commitment to Accuracy (TRAC, Oct. 2019; updated Nov. 2019) [text]
- See also related TRAC letter to EOIR and Immigration Impact blog post.

"A Legal Analysis of a Crucial Element in Country Guidance Determinations: Country of Origin Information," International Journal of Refugee Law, Advance Articles, 29 Sept. 2019 [open access]
- Focuses on the UK.

What is the Asylum Division Hiding? (The Asylumist, Nov. 2019) [text]
- Discusses the cancellation of the U.S. Asylum Division's Quarterly Engagement Meeting.

Why Meticulous Country Conditions Research is Essential to Winning Asylum in the U.S. (Asylos Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Tagged Publications. 


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