31 January 2020

Open Access Round-up: 31 January 2020

Below is a listing of Open Access literature that I have referenced on this blog since 15 December 2019. If you are not familiar with Open Access, please visit my other blog for an introduction.

See also this list for a quick look at different types of Open Access.

Green Open Access [info]

Articles:

"The Discursive Governance of Forced-Migration Management: The Turkish Shift from Reticence to Activism in Asia," Journal of Refugee Studies, vol. 32, no. 4 (Dec. 2019)
- Preprint version.
- The postprint version of this article is currently under embargo.
- Author is based in the UK.

"Employment Aspirations of Former Refugees Settled in Australia: A Mixed Methods Study," Journal of International Migration and Integration, vol. 20, no. 3 (Aug. 2019)
- The postprint version of this article is currently under embargo.
- Two authors, both based in Australia.

"International Refugee Law Between Scholarship and Practice," International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 32, no. 2 (Forthcoming, 2020)
- Preprint version.
- Two authors, based in Denmark (1) and Ireland (1).

"Refugees Hosting Other Refugees: Endurance and Maintenance of Care in Ouzaii (Lebanon)," Journal of Refugee Studies, Advance Articles, 10 Dec. 2019
- The postprint version of this article is currently under embargo.
- Three authors, based in Lebanon (2) and the UK (1).

"Rehabilitating an Empire: Humanitarian Collusion with the Colonial State during the Kenyan Emergency, ca. 1954-1960," Journal of British Studies, vol. 59, no. 1 (Jan. 2020)
- Postprint version.
- Author is based in the UK.

Book chapters:

"A 'Basket of Goods Approach' as an Alternative to Strict Legal Distinctions between Migrants and Refugees," Chapter in Flucht und Asyl: Internationale und Osterreichische Perspektiven (Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2019)
- Preprint version.
- Author is based in Germany.

"The International Court of Justice and Migration," Chapter in Research Handbook on the International Court of Justice (Edward Elgar, Forthcoming 2020)
Preprint version.
- Author is based in Sweden.

"Refugees’ Career Capital and Its Short- and Long-term Transferability," Chapter in Flucht und Asyl: Internationale und Osterreichische Perspektiven (Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2019)
- Preprint version.
- Six authors, all based in Austria.

Gold/Diamond/Bronze Open Access [info]

Note: The APC amount indicated is as of this writing; may vary depending on type of submission and may also be subject to change. Waiver status of authors is unknown.

Articles:

"African Immigrant and Refugee Families’ Perceptions on Informational Support and Health Status: A Comparison of African Immigrants Living in South Africa and the United States," African Human Mobility Review, vol. 5, no. 3 (Sept./Dec. 2019)
- Four authors, based in South Africa (3) and the US (1). No APC indicated.

"Apontamentos sobre a Tutela Jurídica dos Migrantes Venezuelanos no Brasil," Revista Interdisciplinar de Direito, vol. 17, no. 1 (Oct. 2019)
- Author is based in Brazil. No APC.

"Criticizing the Handling of Rohingya Refugees in Southeast Asia by ASEAN and Its Members," Politika: Jurnal Ilmu Politik, vol. 10, no. 2 (2019)
- Author is based in Indonesia. No APC.

"Documenting the Impact of Conflict on Women Living in Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Sri Lanka: Some Ethical Considerations," Health and Human Rights Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (June 2019)
- Four authors, based in Sri Lanka (1), the UK (2) and the UK/U.S. (1). APC is waived if author does not have access to publishing grant; if author does have access, the APC is US$2000.

"Double Jeopardy: How Refugees Fare in One European Labor Market," IZA Journal of Development and Migration, vol. 10, no. 1 (Nov. 2019)
- Three authors, based in Belgium (2) and Belgium/UK (1). APC is waived if author does not have access to publishing funds; if author does have access, the APC is €975/US$1105.

"Ethical Considerations for Disseminating Research Findings on Gender-Based Violence, Armed Conflict, and Mental Health: A Case Study from Rural Uganda," Health and Human Rights Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (June 2019)
- Four authors, all based in the U.S. APC is waived if author does not have access to publishing grant; if author does have access, the APC is US$2000.

"An EU Citizens’ Assembly on Refugee Law and Policy," German Law Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (Jan. 2020)
- Author is based in Germany. No APC.

"Evaluating the Impact of Student-run Asylum Clinics in the US from 2016-2018," Health and Human Rights Journal, vol. 21, no. 2 (Dec. 2019)
- Four authors, all based in the U.S. APC is waived if author does not have access to publishing grant; if author does have access, the APC is US$2000.

"Factors Shaping the Lived Experience of Resettlement for Former Refugees in Regional Australia," International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol. 17, no. 2 (Jan. 2020)
- Eight authors, all are based in Australia. APC is CHF2000.

"Framing Migration in the Southern Mediterranean: How Do Civil Society Actors Evaluate EU Migration Policies? The Case of Tunisia," Comparative Migration Studies, 8:2 (Jan. 2020)
- Two authors, both based in Italy. APC is US$1180.00/€960.

"The Gaps in Judicial Accountability of EASO in the Processing of Asylum Requests in Hotspots," European Papers: A Journal on Law and Integration, vol. 4, no. 2 (2019)
- Two authors, both based in the Netherlands. No APC.

"Gender Differences in Response to War-related Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Study among the Congolese Refugees in Uganda," BMC Psychiatry, 20:17 (Jan. 2020)
- Four authors, based in Germany (2) and Uganda (2). APC is US$2380.00/€1990.

"Harmony or Chaos? Beliefs and Practices about Conflicts among Naturalized Refugee Children in Tanzania," International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, vol. 14, no. 1 (Jan. 2020)
- Author is based in Tanzania. No APC.

"Human Rights of Children in the Context of Migration Processes: Innovative Efforts for Integrating Regional Human Rights Standards in the Americas," Laws, vol. 8, no. 4 (Nov. 2019)
- Two authors, both based in Sweden. APC is CHF1000.

"Identification and Prioritization of Critical Success Factors in Faith-based and Non-faith-based Organizations’ Humanitarian Supply Chain," Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 4:20 (Dec. 2019)
- Three authors, all are based in Austria. No APC.

"Identification with All Humanity, Support for Refugees and for Extreme Counter-Terrorism Measures," Journal of Social and Political Psychology, vol. 7, no. 1 (2019)
- Two authors, both based in the U.S. No APC.

"The IGAD Kampala Declaration on Jobs, Livelihoods, and Self-reliance: From Declaration to Reality," Palgrave Communications, 5:157 (Dec. 2019)
- Two authors, based in Kenya (with UNHCR) and the UK. APCs are £790 (UK), US$1160 (The Americas, China and Japan) and €860 (Europe and rest of world).

"Kinship, Friendship, and Service Provider Social Ties and How They Influence Well-Being among Newly Resettled Refugees," Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 30 Dec. 2019
- Author is based in the U.S. There is a $25 submission fee in addition to an APC that ranges from US$0-$700. Authors may request waivers.

"Legal Protection of Refugee Children in Africa: Positive Aspects and Shortcomings," African Human Rights Yearbook, vol. 3 (2019)
- Author is based in South Africa. No APC indicated.

"Living on the Fringes of Life and Death: Somali Migrants, Risky Entrepreneurship and Xenophobia in Cape Town," African Human Mobility Review, vol. 5, no. 3 (Sept./Dec. 2019)
- Author is based in South Africa. No APC indicated.

"Muslim Refugees in Serbia: Narrating Gender Role Identity Change," Etnoantropološki Problemi = Issues in Ethnology and Anthropology, vol. 14, no. 4 (2020)
- Three authors, all are based in Serbia. No APC.

"The Opportunities and Risks of Mobile Phones for Refugees’ Experience: A Scoping Review," PLoS ONE 14(12): e0225684 (Dec. 2019)
- Five authors, based in Ireland (1) and Italy (4). APC is US$1595.

"Overcoming Refugee Containment and Crisis," German Law Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (Jan. 2020)
- Author is based in the UK. No APC.

"Overcoming the Coloniality of Knowledge in International Law: The Case of Environmental Refugees," Revista Direito das Políticas Públicas = Public Policy Law, vol. 1, no. 1 (2019)
- Author is based in Brazil. No APC indicated.

"Protocol of a Longitudinal Study on the Specific Needs of Syrian Refugee Families in Switzerland," BMC International Health and Human Rights, 19: 32 (Dec. 2019)
- Eight authors, all are based in Switzerland. APC is US$2170/€1790.

"Putting Americans First: A Statistical Case for Encouraging Rather than Impeding and Devaluing US Citizenship," Journal on Migration and Human Security, vol. 7, no. 4 (2019)
- Two authors, both based in the U.S. No APC.

"Rape without Remedy: Congolese Refugees in South Africa," Cogent Medicine, vol. 6, no. 1 (2019)
- Two authors, based in South Africa/U.S. (1) and the U.S. (1). APC is US$1000.

"Sleep Deprivation of Detained Children: Another Reason to End Child Detention," Health and Human Rights Journal, Papers-in-press, 20 Jan. 2020
- Four authors, all are based in the U.S. APC is waived if author does not have access to publishing grant; if author does have access, the APC is US$2000.

"Social Ecological Factors Associated with Experiencing Violence among Urban Refugee and Displaced Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Informal Settlements in Kampala, Uganda: A Cross-sectional Study," Conflict and Health, 13:60 (Dec. 2019)
- Eight authors, based in Canada (1), Canada/Uganda/U.S. (1), Uganda (5) and Switzerland (1).

"Standing at the Edge: Asylum Seekers Between Confinement and Spread Hospitality," Anuac, vol. 8, no. 2 (2019)
- Author is based in Italy. No APC.

"Syrian Muslim Refugees in Malaysia: The Narratives and Survivability," Islam Realitas: Journal of Islamic & Social Studies, vol. 5, no. 2 (2019)
- Three authors, all are based in Malaysia. No APC.

"Transformational Collaboration for the SDGs: The Alianza Shire’s Work to Provide Energy Access in Refugee Camps and Host Communities," Sustainability, vol. 12, no. 2 (2020)
- Six authors, all are based in Spain. APC is CHF1800.

"'Two Homes, Refugees in Both': Contesting Frameworks – The Case of the Northern Muslims of Sri Lanka," Journal of Social and Political Psychology, vol. 7, no. 2 (2019)
- Two authors, both based in Sri Lanka. No APC.

"Understanding the European Integration in the Asylum Policy: State-of-the-Art and Avenues for Future Research," Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol. 15, no. 4 (2019)
- Author is based in Belgium. No APC.

Journal issues:

Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media, no. 18 (2019)
- Special issue on "Refugee Filmmaking," with 7 articles.

Anuario CIDOB de la Inmigración 2019 (Nov. 2019)
- Theme is "Immigration, Elections and Political Behaviour." Includes 13 Spanish-language articles. No APC.

Archivio Antropologico Mediterraneo, vol. 21, no. 2 (2019)
- Includes sub-section on "Anthropology & Critical Border Studies. Connections - Intersections - Crossings," with 5 articles. No APC.

Culture & History Digital Journal, vol. 8, no. 2 (2019)
- Issue theme is "Humanitarian Aid: From the Spanish Civil War to the Early Days of Post-war Europe," with 7 articles. No APC.

Journal on Education in Emergencies, vol. 5, no. 1 (Dec. 2019)
- Special issue on "Refugees and Education: Part 1." Includes 7 articles and several book reviews. No APC.

Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020)
‏- Features 20 articles, personal stories and creative expression. No APC.

Statelessness and Citizenship Review, vol. 1, no. 2 (2019)
- Mix of 7 articles and 3 case notes. No APC.

Book chapters:

"Constructing a Genuine Religious Character: The Impact of the Asylum Court on the Ahmadiyya Community in Germany," Chapter in Religious Individualisation: Historical Dimensions and Comparative Perspectives (De Gruyter, Dec. 2019)
- Author is based in Canada.

"Variation in Asylum, Migration and Border Control," Chapter in European Variations as a Key to Cooperation (Springer, Jan. 2020)
- Four authors, all are based in the Netherlands.

Hybrid Open Access [info]

"Ethnic Enclaves and Segregation: Self-employment and Employment Patterns among Forced Migrants," Small Business Economics, Latest Articles, 20 Jan. 2020
- Two authors, based in Sweden/UK and the UK. APC in 2019 was US$2690 and in 2020 is US$2750.

"Images, Emotions, and International Politics: The Death of Alan Kurdi," Review of International Studies, vol. 46, no. 1 (Jan. 2020)
- Three authors, all are based in Denmark. APC is US$2980.

"The Labor Market Reintegration of Returned Refugees in Afghanistan," Small Business Economics, Latest Articles, 13 Jan. 2020
- Two authors, both are based in the Netherlands. APC in 2019 was US$2690 and in 2020 is US$2750.

"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
- Author is based in the Netherlands. APC is US$3559/€2906.

"Media Framing Dynamics of the ‘European Refugee Crisis’: A Comparative Topic Modelling Approach," Journal of Refugee Studies, vol. 32, spec. issue no. 1 (Dec. 2019)
- Four authors, all are based in Austria. APC is US$3639 /€2972.

"Refugees in the IT Sector: Young Syrians’ Economic Subjectivities and Familial Lives in Jordan," Geographical Review, vol. 109, no. 4 (Oct. 2019)
- Author is based in Finland. APC is US$2500/€2100.

"Self-employment and Reason for Migration: Are Those Who Migrate for Asylum Different from Other Migrants?," Small Business Economics, Latest Articles, 22 Jan. 2020
- Authors are based in the UK. APC in 2019 was US$2690 and in 2020 is US$2750.

"Support to Syrian Refugees in Turkey: The Roles of Descriptive and Injunctive Norms, Threat, and Negative Emotions," Asian Journal of Social Psychology, Early View, 18 Dec. 2019
- Two authors, both based in the Netherlands. APC is US$2500.

"Transnational Connectivity and the Affective Paradoxes of Digital Care Labour: Exploring How Young Refugees Technologically Mediate Co-presence," European Journal of Communication, vol. 34, no. 6 (2019)
- Author is based in the Netherlands. APC is US$3000.

"Under the Guise of Resilience: The EU Approach to Migration and Forced Displacement in Jordan and Lebanon," Contemporary Security Policy, Latest Articles, 4 Dec. 2019
- Two authors, both based in the Netherlands. APC is €2495.

"'We Will Manage It': Did Chancellor Merkel's Dictum Increase or Even Cause the Refugee Movement in 2015?," International Migration, Early View, 30 Dec. 2019
- Author is based in Germany. APC is US$2500/£1667.

Law Reviews

Note: These articles are considered Bronze Open Access, i.e., they are free-to-read but no other permissions are associated with them. Authors are based in the U.S. unless otherwise indicated.

"Climate Migration & Self-Determination," Columbia Human Rights Law Review, vol. 51, no. 1 (2019)

"The Detention of Children in Asylum Procedures in Europe: Regulatory Framework and Alternatives," Bratislava Law Review, no. 2 (2018)
- Two authors, both based in the Czech Rep.

"The Extraordinary Plight of Venezuelan Women: An Acute Example of the Need for Global Recognition as Refugees," Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, vol. 34, no. 1 (2020)

"Family Separation as Slow Death," Columbia Law Review, vol. 119, no. 8 (2019)

"Non-Refoulement under the Trump Administration," ASIL Insights, vol. 23, no. 11 (2019)

"Should Asylum Seeking Minors be Detained?: Understanding International and European Law and Policy and Seeking Alternative Solutions," InterGentes: McGill Journal of International Law & Legal Pluralism, vol. 2, no. 2 (2019)
- Author is based in Portugal.

"Unshackling the Due Process Rights of Asylum-Seekers," Virginia Law Review, vol. 105, no. 8 (Dec. 2019)

"When 'Material' Loses Meaning: Matter of A-C-M- and the Material Support Bar to Asylum," Columbia Human Rights Law Review, vol. 51, no. 1 (Fall 2019)

Related post:
Open Access Round-up: 15 December 2019

Tagged Publications.

Thematic Focus: Humanitarian Assistance - Pt. 2

Reports:

Global Humanitarian Overview 2020 (OCHA) [access]
- "The GHO is the world’s most comprehensive, authoritative and evidence-based assessment of
global humanitarian needs, response and trends. It presents costed plans for the coordinated response to crises by humanitarian organizations and is the consolidated appeal for funding for 2020." Follow link for full report in English and abridged versions in Arabic, Chinese & French. See also related guidelines.

Learning from What We Know: How to Improve Evaluation Synthesis for Humanitarian Organisations (ALNAP, Jan. 2020) [text]

Localising Protection Responses in Conflicts: Challenges and Opportunities (ODI, Nov. 2019) [text]

Measuring Localisation: Framework and Tools (Australian National Univ. et al., Dec. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

Positive Disruption? China’s Humanitarian Aid (ICVA et al., Dec. 2019) [text]

Revisiting Aid Effectiveness: A New Framework and Set of Measures for Assessing Aid “Quality” (Center for Global Development, Jan. 2020) [text]

The State of Open Humanitarian Data: What Data is Available and Missing Across Humanitarian Crises (OCHA, Jan. 2020) [text]

Suffering in Silence: The 10 Most Under-reported Humanitarian Crises of 2019 (CARE International, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]
- The 10 crises are in Africa. See also French version.

The Triple Nexus in Practice: Toward a New Way of Working in Protracted and Repeated Crises (NYU Center on International Cooperation, Dec. 2019) [access]
- Follow link for synopsis and full report.

Working Well? Aid Worker Well-being and How to Improve It (CHS Alliance, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Humanitarian Assistance - Pt. 1 (31 Jan. 2020)

Thematic Focus: Humanitarian Assistance - Pt. 1

Events & opportunities:

CFP: Journal of International Humanitarian Action [info]
- Contributions sought for thematic series of articles on "Humanitarian Protection." No deadline indicated. Note: This Open Access journal does not charge any APC for accepted articles.

Forum: Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week 2020, Geneva, 3-7 February 2020 [info]
- Promotes inter-network collaboration.

Seminar: Is Humanitarian Action Accountable? Considering the Evidence Base, London, 31 March 2020 [info]

Blog posts & press:

"Aid Policy Trends to Watch in 2020," The New Humanitarian, 2 Jan. 2020 [text]

Joining Up the Dots: Energy and Infrastructure for Countries in Crisis (Chatham House Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Reflections of a Humanitarian Bureaucrat (Humanitarian Law & Policy Blog, Jan. 2020 [text]

"Searching for the Nexus: Why We're Looking in the Wrong Place," The New Humanitarian, 7 Jan. 2020 [text]

"Ten Humanitarian Crises and Trends to Watch in 2020," The New Humanitarian, 1 Jan. 2020 [text]

Journal articles:

"Environmental Health in Forced Displacement: A Systematic Scoping Review of the Emergency Phase," Science of The Total Environment, vol. 714 (April 2020) [ResearchGate]
- See also earlier related article.

"Identification and Prioritization of Critical Success Factors in Faith-based and Non-faith-based Organizations’ Humanitarian Supply Chain," Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 4:20 (Dec. 2019) [open access]

"Rehabilitating an Empire: Humanitarian Collusion with the Colonial State during the Kenyan Emergency, ca. 1954-1960," Journal of British Studies, vol. 59, no. 1 (Jan. 2020) [postprint]

"Transformational Collaboration for the SDGs: The Alianza Shire’s Work to Provide Energy Access in Refugee Camps and Host Communities," Sustainability, vol. 12, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Humanitarian Assistance (6 Dec. 2019)

Tagged Events & Opportunities.

29 January 2020

Thematic Focus: Law/Policy Items - Pt. 2

Reports & journal articles:

"A 'Basket of Goods Approach' as an Alternative to Strict Legal Distinctions between Migrants and Refugees," Chapter in Flucht und Asyl: Internationale und Osterreichische Perspektiven (Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2019) [preprint]

"Eficacia Frente a Principios: Políticas de Extrema Dureza contra la Inmigración y el Asilo en Estados Unidos y Europa = Efficacy Versus Principles: Harsh Immigration and Asylum Policies in the United States and Europe," Anuario CIDOB de la Inmigración 2019 (Nov. 2019) [open access]
- Article text is in Spanish.

"'Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in the Context of Borders, Migration and Displacement," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

"The International Court of Justice and Migration," Chapter in Research Handbook on the International Court of Justice (Edward Elgar, Forthcoming 2020) [preprint]

"International Refugee Law Between Scholarship and Practice," International Journal of Refugee Law, vol. 32, no. 2 (Forthcoming, 2020) [preprint]

"Transforming Refugees into Migrants: Institutional Change and the Politics of International Protection," European Journal of International Relations, OnlineFirst, 6 Nov. 2019 [free full-text]
- Note: The authors also recently wrote an article in The Atlantic on the Global Compact on Refugees.

"The United Nations International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Protection Regime for Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers," REMHU: Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana, vol. 27, no. 57 (2019) [open access]

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Law/Policy Items (29 Jan. 2020)

Thematic Focus: Law/Policy Items - Pt. 1

Events & opportunities:

*Job announcement: Supervising Solicitor, Univ. of London Refugee Law Clinic [info]
- Apply by 9 February 2020.

Conference: 12th World Conference of the International Association of Refugee and Migration Judges (IARMJ), San José, Costa Rica, 17-22 February 2020 [info]

Workshop: Responsibility-Sharing or Responsibility-Shedding?, Melbourne, 18-19 February 2020 [info]
- Register by 17 February 2020.

Seminar: Beyond the 1951 Convention: What are State Responsibilities Towards Refugees According to the 1967 Protocol, Toronto, 3 March 2020 [info]

Course: International Refugee Law Course, Sanremo, 16-20 March 2020 [info]
- Registration deadline is usually two weeks before the start of the course.

Course: 2nd Course on International Refugee Law for Post-Graduate Students, Sanremo, 17-20 March 2020 [info]
- Registration deadline is usually two weeks before the start of the course.

Course: Cours sur le Droit International des Réfugiés, Sanremo, 30 Mars-3 Avril 2020 [info]
- La date limite d'inscription est généralement deux semaines avant le début du cours.

Course: Curso para América Latina sobre el Derecho Internacional de las Personas Refugiadas, Sanremo, 31 Marzo-4 Abril 2020 [info]
- La fecha límite de inscripción suele ser dos semanas antes del inicio del curso.

CFP: Special issue of the International Journal of Refugee Law to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the 1951 Convention relating to the Status of Refugees [info]
- Submission deadline is 30 April 2020.

Blog posts & press:

Grassroots Asylum: Escaping the Statist Paradigm (Public Seminar, Dec. 2019) [text]

How the Founding Values of Two Great Nations – United States and India – Can Get Hollowed Out Through Tweaks in their Immigration Laws (Insightful Immigration Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Remote Control of Asylum Seekers: How States Evade Their Protection Obligation (Public Seminar, Dec. 2019) [text]

*UPDATED

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Law/Policy Items (10 Dec. 2019)

Tagged Events & Opportunities.

28 January 2020

Thematic Focus: Gender Issues - Pt. 2 (SGBV)

Events & opportunities: 

Training: Sexual Violence in Conflict and Emergency Settings, Geneva, 16-20 March 2020 [info]
- Enrollment deadline is two weeks before the course. (Note: Two additional sessions are scheduled later in the year.)

Seminar: Degradation by Design: Corrosive Control in the Lives of Women Seeking Asylum in Bordered Britain, Oxford, 5 Feburary 2020 [info]

Seminar: Forced Migration in the United Kingdom: Women’s Journeys to Escape Domestic Violence, Oxford, 19 February 2020 [info]

Reports & journal articles:

"Ethical Considerations for Disseminating Research Findings on Gender-Based Violence, Armed Conflict, and Mental Health: A Case Study from Rural Uganda," Health and Human Rights Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (June 2019) [open access]

*"Experiences of Gender-based Violence in Women Asylum Seekers from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala," Torture Journal, vol. 29, no. 3 (2019) [full-text]
- See also earlier related journal article.

Greece: Camp Conditions Endanger Women, Girls (Human Rights Watch, Dec. 2019) [text]

Intimate Partner Violence and Asylum in the Americas: Canada, Chile, Mexico, Peru (UC Berkeley, UNHCR & Washington Univ., Nov. 2019) [text]

"Psychological Evaluations of Domestic Violence Victims in the Current Context of Asylum Proceedings," Forensic Scholars Today, vol. 5, no. 1 (July 2019) [full-text]
- Focuses on the U.S.

"Rape without Remedy: Congolese Refugees in South Africa," Cogent Medicine, vol. 6, no. 1 (2019) [open access]

Rethinking Refuge from Gender-Based Violence: Persecution for Which Convention Reason? (Rethinking Refuge, updated Jan. 2020) [text]

Safe Women in Migration (SWIM): Strengthen GBV Protection for Migrant and Asylum Seeker Women - The Qualitative Analysis (Fondazione ISMU, Sept. 2019) [text]

"Social Ecological Factors Associated with Experiencing Violence among Urban Refugee and Displaced Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Informal Settlements in Kampala, Uganda: A Cross-sectional Study," Conflict and Health, 13:60 (Dec. 2019) [open access]

*UPDATED

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Gender Issues - Pt. 1 (28 Jan. 2020)

Tagged Events & Opportunities.

Thematic Focus: Gender Issues - Pt. 1

Reports & journal articles:

Addressing Data Gaps on Child, Early and Forced Marriage in Humanitarian Settings (Save the Children, Dec. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Documenting the Impact of Conflict on Women Living in Internally Displaced Persons Camps in Sri Lanka: Some Ethical Considerations," Health and Human Rights Journal, vol. 21, no. 1 (June 2019) [open access]

"The Extraordinary Plight of Venezuelan Women: An Acute Example of the Need for Global Recognition as Refugees," Georgetown Immigration Law Journal, vol. 34, no. 1 (2020) [full-text]

"Gender, Parenthood and Feelings of Safety in Greek Refugee Centres," Journal of Refugee Studies, vol. 32, spec. issue no. 1 (2019) [ReliefWeb]

"Muslim Refugees in Serbia: Narrating Gender Role Identity Change," Etnoantropološki Problemi = Issues in Ethnology and Anthropology, vol. 14, no. 4 (2020) [open access]

Syrian Brides and the Global Compact on Refugees: How Canada’s FIAP Can Reimagine Refugee Women’s Empowerment, RCIS Working Paper, no. 2019/4 (Ryerson Univ., Dec. 2019) [text]

Multimedia:

Kurdish Women's Knowledge of the State: From the Guerrilla to the Refugee Camp, Oxford, 22 Jan. 2020 [info]
- Follow link for podcast.

Related posts:
- Thematic Focus: Gender Issues, incl. SOGI - Pt. 1 (7 Dec. 2019)
Thematic Focus: Gender Issues - Pt. 2 (7 Dec. 2019)



Thematic Focus: Children & Families

"Family Separation as Slow Death," Columbia Law Review, vol. 119, no. 8 (2019) [full-text]

"Harmony or Chaos? Beliefs and Practices about Conflicts among Naturalized Refugee Children in Tanzania," International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, vol. 14, no. 1 (Jan. 2020) [open access]

"Human Rights of Children in the Context of Migration Processes: Innovative Efforts for Integrating Regional Human Rights Standards in the Americas," Laws, vol. 8, no. 4 (Nov. 2019) [open access]

I-730 Refugee/Asylee Family Reunification Practice Manual (CLINIC, Oct. 2019) [text]
- See also related The Asylumist blog post.

"Legal Protection of Refugee Children in Africa: Positive Aspects and Shortcomings," African Human Rights Yearbook, vol. 3 (2019) [open access]
- Scroll to p. 298.

Mediation: A More Therapeutic Approach to Refugee Family Reunion Law (SSRN, Jan. 2020) [text]
- Focuses on the UK.

"Remember What Science Owes to Child Refugees," Nature, vol. 577 (Jan. 2020) [full-text]
- Focuses on the UK. See also related Human Rights Watch news story.

Report on Asylum Procedures for Children, EASO Practice Guide Series (European Asylum Support Office, May 2019) [text]

"They have erased the dreams of my children": Children’s Rights in the Syrian Arab Republic - Conference Room Paper of the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic, UN Doc. No. A/HRC/43/CRP.6 (UN Human Rights Council, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]

Without My Family: The Impact of Family Separation on Child Refugees in the UK (Refugee Council, Save the Children & Amnesty International, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]

Young Refugees Living in Reception & Accommodation Centres in Brussels: A Critical Examination of the Psychosocial, Legal and Living Conditions for Young People Seeking International Protection (Soutien Belge Overseas, Dec. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Children/Youth & Families (15 Dec. 2019)


27 January 2020

Regional Focus: Americas - Pt. 2 (Venezuelans)

Blog posts & press:

Capacity Building and Multilateral Cooperation Needed for Long-Term Response to Fleeing Venezuelans (WOLA Commentary, Nov. 2019) [text]

Do Border Policies Reduce Flows of Venezuelan Migrants? (People Move Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Ground Zero of the Second Largest Migration Exodus in the World (RLI Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

Lessons from the Jordan Compact for Colombia (RI Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

Reports & journal articles:

"Apontamentos sobre a Tutela Jurídica dos Migrantes Venezuelanos no Brasil," Revista Interdisciplinar de Direito, vol. 17, no. 1 (Oct. 2019) [open access]
- Text of article is in Portuguese.

Situación de los Migrantes y Refugiados Venezolanos en Costa Rica (Organization of American States, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]

Supporting Solidarity: Why the World Must Bolster Colombia’s Response to the Venezuelan Displacement Crisis (Refugees International, Dec. 2019) [text]
- See also Spanish version.

Venezolanos/as en Argentina: Un Panorama Dinámico (2014-2018) (IOM, UNHCR & Govt. of Argentina, Dec. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Welcome Wears Thin for Colombians in Ecuador as Venezuelans Become More Visible," Migration Information Source, 9 Jan. 2020 [text]
- See also Spanish version.

"Where to Go? Drivers of Venezuelan Asylum Seekers," Journal of Refugee Studies, Advance Articles, 3 Jan. 2020 [abstract]

Related post:
Regional Focus: Americas - Pt. 1 (27 Jan. 2020)

Regional Focus: Americas - Pt. 1

Blog posts & press:

The Abandoned Asylum Seekers on the US-Mexico Border (Vox, Dec. 2019) [text]

Protection Monitoring: Mixed Movements from North of Central America (ACNUR, Jan. 2020) [access]
- Follow link for English and Spanish infographic.

Refugee Stories Reveal Anxieties about the Canada-U.S. Border (The Conversation, Jan. 2020) [text]

UNHCR Welcomes New Law in El Salvador to Help People Internally Displaced by Violence (UNHCR, Jan. 2020) [access]
- Follow link for text in English, French and Spanish.

Reports & journal articles:

Analysis of Flow Monitoring Surveys: Chiriqui, Panama, 17th-22nd of June 2019 (IOM, Jan. 2020) [text]
- See also Spanish version.

"The Migration Systems Approach Revisited. A Theoretical Proposal for the Study of the Migration System of Latin America and the Caribbean," REMHU: Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana, vol. 27, no. 57 (Sept./Dec. 2019) [open access]
- Text of article is in Spanish.

The "Wall" Before the Wall: Mexico's Crackdown on Migration at Its Southern Border (Washington Office on Latin America, Dec. 2019) [text]
- See also Spanish version.

A Year of Horrors: The Trump Administration’s Illegal Returns of Asylum Seekers to Danger in Mexico (Human Rights First, Jan. 2020) [text]
- See also related press release.

Related post:
Regional Focus: Americas (16 Dec. 2019)

Thematic Focus: Detention

Blog posts & press:

"Deaths in Custody. Sexual Violence. Hunger Strikes. What We Uncovered Inside ICE Facilities across the US," USA Today, 19 Dec. 2019) [text]

From Offshore Detention of Refugees to Indigenous Incarceration (Public Seminar, Dec. 2019) [text]

The Immigration Detainees Held in Prisons Rather than Detention Centres (Free Movement Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

"Last Asylum Seekers Held in Papua New Guinea Detention Centre Released," The Guardian, 24 Jan. 2020 [text]

Religion in Immigration Detention: Comparing the US and UK (Border Criminologies Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

Reports & journal articles:

The Airstrikes on the Daman Building Complex, Including the Tajoura Detention Centre, 2 July 2019 (UN Support Mission in Libya & OHCHR, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]
- See also related news release.

"The Debate over 'Alternatives' to Immigration Detention of Children," Chapter in Migration, State Obligations, and Rights in a Globalized Context (Univ. of Geneva, 2019) [full-text via GDP]

"Escaping the Sunken Place: Indefinite Detention, Asylum Seekers and Resistance in Yarl's Wood IRC," Denning Law Journal, vol. 31, no. 1 (2019) [open access]

Failed Accountability: The Unknown Cost of Immigration Detention in Massachusetts (Harvard Law School, Jan. 2020) [access]

"Immigration Detention: An Anglo Model," Migration Studies, vol. 7, no. 4 (Dec. 2019) [free full-text]
- Looks at immigration detention systems in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom & the United States.

Immigration Detention in Austria: Where the Refugee "Crisis" Never Ends (Global Detention Project, Jan. 2020) [text]

Promoting and Challenging Immigration Detention in Canada: Understanding the Role of Advocacy Coalition Groups in Canada’s Immigration Detention Policy Subsystem, RCIS Working Paper, no. 2019/2 (Ryerson Univ., April 2019) [text]

Report to the Danish Government on the Visit to Denmark Carried Out by the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) from 3 to 12 April 2019
- The CPT "paid particular attention to...the situation in prisons and establishments for detained migrants, notably in respect of treatment, material conditions and health care."

"Sleep Deprivation of Detained Children: Another Reason to End Child Detention," Health and Human Rights Journal, Papers-in-press, 20 Jan. 2020 [open access]

"Unshackling the Due Process Rights of Asylum-Seekers, Virginia Law Review, vol. 105, no. 8 (Dec. 2019) [full-text]
- "The focus of this Note is the government’s excessive use of GPS monitoring ankle bracelets on asylum-seekers through the Intensive Supervision Appearance Program ('ISAP')—an alternative-to-detention program used by Immigration and Customs Enforcement to supervise certain noncitizens in removal proceedings."

Resource: 

Landscapes of Border Control (Univ. of Oxford) [access]
- "Starting with material gathered from and about Greece and Italy this project aims to visualise what goes on in detention centres in order to increase public understanding about immigration and the treatment of immigrants in detention settings. Eventually, other countries will be added." For more info, read this Border Criminologies blog post.

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Detention (20 Dec. 2019)

Tagged Web Sites/Tools.

26 January 2020

Thematic Focus: Statelessness & Nationality

Opportunities:

Training of Trainers Workshop: Preventing Statelessness among Refugees in Egypt, Cairo, 1 February 2020 [info] [info]
- Apply by 27 January 2020.

Call for proposals: Addressing Statelessness in Europe: Closing Protection Gaps & Realising Everyone's Right to a Nationality, Alicante, Spain, 7-8 May 2020 [info]
- Submission deadline is 30 January 2020.

Advanced Course on Childhood Statelessness & the Child’s Right to a Nationality, Tilburg, Neth., 13-17 July 2020 [info]
- Apply by 15 March 2020.

Statelessness Summer Course, Tilburg, Neth., 13-17 July 2020 [info]
- Apply by 15 March 2020.

Blogs posts & press:

"AP Explains: How India Ended up in Turmoil over Citizenship," AP News, 21 Jan. 2020 [text]

Better Statistics to Help End Statelessness (Digital Tukul Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

Campaign to End Statelessness: October-December 2019 Update (UNHCR, Jan. 2020) [text]

Fresh Opportunities to Tackle Statelessness through a New Council of Europe Led Initiative (ENS Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

Kazakhstan Amends Laws to Ensure Universal Birth Registration and Prevent Childhood Statelessness (UNHCR, Dec. 2019) [text]

North Macedonia Accedes to Key Statelessness Treaty (UNHCR, Jan. 2020) [text]

Reports & journal articles:

2019 Year in Review (Institute on Statelessness & Inclusion, Jan. 2020) [text]

Action Plan of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region on the Eradication of Statelessness in the Great Lakes Region: 2017-2024 [text]
- See also French and Portuguese versions.

"Eight Years of Displacement: Syria’s Statelessness Still Unidentified," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

"Putting Americans First: A Statistical Case for Encouraging Rather than Impeding and Devaluing US Citizenship," Journal on Migration and Human Security, vol. 7, no. 4 (2019) [open access]

Statelessness and Citizenship Review, vol. 1, no. 2 (2019) [open access]
- Mix of 7 articles and 3 case notes.

Statelessness in the United States: A Study to Estimate and Profile the US Stateless Population (Center for Migration Studies, Jan. 2020) [text]
- See also related symposium report.

World Conference on Statelessness, The Hague, 26-28 June 2019 [info]
- The conference report is now available.

Related posts:
Thematic Focus: Statelessness & Nationality - Pt. 1 (6 Dec. 2019)
Thematic Focus: Statelessness & Nationality - Pt. 2 (6 Dec. 2019)

Tagged Events & Opportunities.

25 January 2020

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 2

Journal articles:

"Double Jeopardy: How Refugees Fare in One European Labor Market," IZA Journal of Development and Migration, vol. 10, no. 1 (Nov. 2019) [open access]

"Employment Aspirations of Former Refugees Settled in Australia: A Mixed Methods Study," Journal of International Migration and Integration, vol. 20, no. 3 (Aug. 2019) [postprint]
- Note: Access to the full-text is embargoed until 13 Feb. 2020.

"Ethnic Enclaves and Segregation: Self-employment and Employment Patterns among Forced Migrants," Small Business Economics, Latest Articles, 20 Jan. 2020 [open access]

"The IGAD Kampala Declaration on Jobs, Livelihoods, and Self-reliance: From Declaration to Reality," Palgrave Communications, 5:157 (Dec. 2019) [open access]

"Labour Market Realism and the Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees," International Migration, vol. 57, no. 6 (Dec. 2019) [free full-text]

"The Labor Market Reintegration of Returned Refugees in Afghanistan," Small Business Economics, Latest Articles, 13 Jan. 2020 [open access]

"Self and Self-reliance," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

"Self-employment and Reason for Migration: Are Those Who Migrate for Asylum Different from Other Migrants?," Small Business Economics, Latest Articles, 22 Jan. 2020 [open access]

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 1 (25 Jan. 2020)


Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 1

Blog posts & press:

Changes to Work Permit Eligibility Leave Asylum Seekers Without a Job (Immigration Impact Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]
- Focus is on the U.S.

Labor Market Access for Refugees and Forced Migrants: Lessons Learned from the Global Refugee Forum (RI Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Making Markets Work for All: Unlocking the Private Sector’s Role in Supporting Refugees (Voices Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

Reports:

The Long-term Economic Outcomes of Refugee Private Sponsorship (Statistics Canada, Jan. 2020) [text]

*Refugees and Decent Work: Lessons Learned from Recent Refugee Jobs Compacts, Working Paper, no. 256 (International Labour Organization, Dec. 2019) [text via ReliefWeb]
- Uses Jordan and Ethiopia as case studies.

Refugees and Foreign Direct Investment: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from U.S. Resettlements, IZA Discussion Paper, no. 12860 (Institute of Labor Economics, Dec. 2019) [text]
- See also related Vox EU article.

Unlocking the Economic Potentials of Indonesia's Refugee Community: A Survey on Labour Characteristics (Sandya Institute, Dec. 2019) [text]

Using Trade Preferences to Support Refugees and Their Hosts, CGD Note (Center for Global Development & TENT, Dec. 2019) [text]

Wage Differential between Palestinian Non-refugees and Palestinian Refugees in the West Bank and Gaza, Working Paper, no. 941 (Levy Economics Institute, Dec. 2019) [text]

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Related post:
Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 1 (17 Dec. 2019)
Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 2 (17 Dec. 2019)


24 January 2020

New resource: Guide for People Seeking Asylum in the U.S.

Self Help Asylum Guide: Seeking Protection in the United States (Univ. of Maine, Penn State, Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project & THRIVE, Jan. 2020) [access]
- "The guide provides information to assist individuals who are applying for asylum pro se, or without the assistance of an attorney. The immigration legal system is complex and navigating it on one’s own behalf can be challenging. Everyone has the right to apply for asylum, but not necessarily the right to court-appointed counsel. This guide seeks to aid the increasing number of families and individuals that want to apply for asylum."

The guide is available in English, French and Spanish.


New Issues of CIDOB Yrbk., Arch. Antro. Med., Aus. J. Pol. & Hist., Cult. & Hist., EJML, JIRS, JIMI, J. Educ. Emerg., Migr. Stud., OxMo, Rts. in Exile News, Statelessness & Citizenship Rev., Yrbk. Intl. Dis. Law

News:

Berghahn Journals announced that it would "flip" 13 anthropology journals to open access in 2020 via the "subscribe-to-open" model. Migration & Society is one of the titles designated to change its status. More info is available in the press release.

The most recent issue of International Migration, which features articles on the Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees, is now freely available.

*Opportunity:

Job announcement: Editor-in-Chief, International Review of the Red Cross [info]
- Apply by 16 February 2020.

New issues:

Anuario CIDOB de la Inmigración 2019 (Nov. 2019) [open access]
- Theme is "Immigration, Elections and Political Behaviour," primarily in Spain, but also in Europe and the U.S. Other relevant issues covered include unaccompanied minors, migrant and refugee women, and victims of trafficking. Includes 13 Spanish-language articles.

Archivio Antropologico Mediterraneo, vol. 21, no. 2 (2019) [open access]
- Includes sub-section on "Anthropology & Critical Border Studies. Connections - Intersections - Crossings," with 5 articles.

Australian Journal of Politics and History, vol. 65, no. 4 (2019) [contents]
- Special issue on "Refugees: Past and Present."

Culture & History Digital Journal, vol. 8, no. 2 (2019) [open access]
- Issue theme is "Humanitarian Aid: From the Spanish Civil War to the Early Days of Post-war Europe," with 7 articles.

European Journal of Migration and Law, vol. 21, no. 4 (Nov. 2019) [contents]
- Mix of articles, covering issues such as refugee settlement and integration, the role of IOM and UNHCR in Niger, migration management, and the EU-Turkey agreement.

Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, vol. 17, no. 4 (2019) [contents]
- Mix of articles, with one open access article on Nyarugusu Refugee Camp in Tanzania.

Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, vol. 18, no. 1 (2020) [contents]
- Mix of articles, with several focusing on women.

Journal of International Migration and Integration, vol. 20, no. 4 (Nov. 2019) [contents]
- Mix of articles, with several focusing on Syrians and on integration.

Journal of International Migration and Integration, vol. 21, no. 1 (March 2020) [contents]
- Mix of articles, with six focusing on refugee issues.

Journal on Education in Emergencies, vol. 5, no. 1 (Dec. 2019) [open access]
- Special issue on "Refugees and Education: Part 1." Includes 7 articles and several book reviews.

Migration Studies, vol. 7, no. 4 (Dec. 2019) [contents]
- Mix of articles, with one freely available on immigration detention.

Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]
‏- Features 20 articles, personal stories and creative expression.

Rights in Exile Newsletter, no. 108 (Jan. 2020) [full-text]
- News and information for refugee legal aid providers.

Statelessness and Citizenship Review, vol. 1, no. 2 (2019) [open access]
- Mix of 7 articles and 3 case notes.

Yearbook of International Disaster Law Online, vol. 1, no. 1 (2019) [contents]
- Note: Articles and book reviews are behind a paywall, but regional and thematic overviews are freely available (see, e.g., "Humanitarian Assistance and International Law (2018)" and "Migration/Refugee Law (2018)").

*UPDATED

Tagged Periodicals and Events & Opportunities.

Thematic Focus: Climate Change & Disasters

News:

Historic UN Human Rights Case Opens Door to Climate Change Asylum Claims (OHCHR, 21 Jan. 2020) [text]
- "In its first ruling on a complaint by an individual seeking asylum from the effects of climate change, the UN Human Rights Committee has stated that countries may not deport individuals who face climate change-induced conditions that violate the right to life." Follow link for the text of the ruling; also on Refworld. See also related assessments from Columbia Univ., Kaldor Centre and UNHCR (plus Twitter thread).

Blog posts & press:

Climate Change and Forced Migration: People are Displaced Every Second, and Often by Environmental Calamities (Public Seminar, Dec. 2019) [text]

Climate Change, Refugees, and Other Displaced Persons (Stockholm Centre Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

The Climate-Migration-Industrial Complex (Public Seminar, Jan. 2020) [text]

New Zealand's "Climate Refugee" Visas: Lessons for the Rest of the World (CGD Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

The Policy Problems of Fleeing Disaster (APPS Policy Forum, Jan. 2020) [text via Kaldor Centre]

Reports & journal articles:

Climate and Disaster Displacement: The Importance of Disaster Law and Policy (IFRC, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]

"Climate Migration & Self-Determination," Columbia Human Rights Law Review, vol. 51, no. 1 (2019) [full-text]

Climate Refugees: The Climate Crisis and Rights Denied (UC Berkeley, Dec. 2019) [text]

The 'Inconvenient Truth' of Future Mixed Migration: Climate Change, Mobility and Legal Voids (Mixed Migration Centre, Jan. 2020) [text]

Monitoring Methodology for Displacement Associated with Drought (Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, Jan. 2020) [text]

"Nothing to put in your mouth": Durable Solutions to Drought Displacement in Ethiopia (Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, Dec. 2019) [text]

"Overcoming the Coloniality of Knowledge in International Law: The Case of Environmental Refugees," Revista Direito das Políticas Públicas = Public Policy Law, vol. 1, no. 1 (2019) [open access]

*"The Picture from Above: Using Satellite Imagery to Overcome Methodological Challenges in Studying Environmental Displacement," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

"Water Scarcity and Environmental Displacement in Southern Iraq: Perceptions and Realities," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

*UPDATED

Related post:
Thematic Focus: Climate Change & Disasters (9 Dec. 2019)

23 January 2020

Regional Focus: Asia Pacific

Blog posts & media:

*The Bhasan Char Relocation Project: Implications for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh (The Sentinel Project, Jan. 2020) [text via ReliefWeb]

Five Things You Should Know about the Rohingya Refugee Response (InterAction Blog, Dec. 2019) [text]

"Conflict and Refugee Returns Fuel Afghanistan Displacement," The New Humanitarian, 20 Jan. 2020 [text]

*Should India Deport Rohingya Refugees Because Its ‘Soldiers are Fighting at the Borders’? (RLI Blog, Jan. 2020) [text]

World Court Rules against Myanmar on Rohingya (Human Rights Watch, Jan. 2020) [text]

Reports & journal articles:

"Before you were born, your mother ran": Displacement and Disillusion in South-east Myanmar (International Displacement Monitoring Centre, Dec. 2019) [text]
- Part of the Invisible Majority thematic series.

*"Between Torture and Hiding: The North Korean Migration Case in China," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

"Criticizing the Handling of Rohingya Refugees in Southeast Asia by ASEAN and Its Members," Politika: Jurnal Ilmu Politik, vol. 10, no. 2 (2019) [open access]

A Different Kind of Pressure: The Cumulative Effects of Displacement and Return in Afghanistan (International Displacement Monitoring Centre, Jan. 2020) [text]
- Part of the Invisible Majority thematic series.

*Fourth Annual Research & Orientation Workshop & International Conference on Refugees and Migrants: Issues of Protection, Rights and Justice, Kolkata, India, 25-29 Nov. 2019 [conf. report]

"Host Communities and Refugees in Southeast Asia: A Workshop Report," Asia Dialogue, 19 Dec. 2019 [text]

"More Rights, Less Justice: Tribal Communities and the Indian Republic," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

The Rohingya Refugee Crisis: Rethinking Solutions and Accountability, RSC Working Paper,  no. 131 (Refugee Studies Centre, Dec. 2019) [text]

A Sustainable Policy for Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh, Report, no. 303 (International Crisis Group, Dec. 2019) [text]

"Syrian Muslim Refugees in Malaysia: The Narratives and Survivability," Islam Realitas: Journal of Islamic & Social Studies, vol. 5, no. 2 (2019) [open access]

"'Two Homes, Refugees in Both': Contesting Frameworks – The Case of the Northern Muslims of Sri Lanka," Journal of Social and Political Psychology, vol. 7, no. 2 (2019) [open access]

"When 'Qualifying' as a Refugee Gets You Permanent 'Illegal' Status in Hong Kong," Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, vol. 8, no. 2 (2020) [open access]

Web site:

Asia Pacific Network of Refugees [Facebook page]
- The "Asia Pacific Network of Refugees is a network of refugee-led groups established in 2018, on the recommendation of APSOR, which brought together 104 representatives from refugee-led organisations in Asia to advocate for refugee agency & self representation."

*UPDATED

Related posts:
- Regional Focus: Asia - Pt. 1 (14 Dec. 2019)
Regional Focus: Asia - Pt. 2 (Rohingya) (14 Dec. 2019)

Tagged Web Sites/Tools.