13 May 2022

Thematic Focus: ICTs & Other Technologies

Blog posts & press:

The Ban-Opticon of Migration: Technologies at Maritime Borders and Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (Border Criminologies Blog, May 2022) [text]

Comparing Policy Actors’ Interaction with Each Other in Political Communication of Refugee Protection on Twitter (Protect Project Blog, March 2022) [text]

Settlement services need to improve their online offerings for tech-savvy newcomers (The Conversation, May 2022) [text]
- Focuses on Canada.

UNHCR and TikTok launch campaign in solidarity with refugees from Ukraine and beyond (UNHCR, May 2022) [text]


American Dragnet: Data-Driven Deportation in the 21st Century (Georgetown Univ., May 2022) [access]
- See also related Guardian article.

Mitigating physical risk posed by (education) technology: To children in displacement situations (Digital Humanitarian Network, March 2022) [text via ReliefWeb]

Mitigating physical risk posed by technology: To responders in volatile situations (Digital Humanitarian Network, March 2022) [text via ReliefWeb]

Predicting refugee flows from Ukraine with an approach to Big (Crisis) Data: a new opportunity for refugee and humanitarian studies (medRxiv, March 2022) [preprint]

Journal articles:

"Can big data deliver its promises in migration research," International Migration, vol. 60, no. 2 (April 2022) [open access]

"Digital Innovation and Migrants’ Integration: Notes on EU Institutional and Legal Perspectives and Criticalities," Social Sciences, vol. 11, no. 4 (March 2022) [open access]

"An ethical plan for including forcibly displaced persons in omics and digital technology research," Nature Medicine, Latest Articles, 5 May 2022 [free full-text]

"Poetic resistance: Karen long-distance nationalism, rap music, and YouTube," International Journal of Cultural Studies, vol. 25, no. 1 (2022) [open access]

"The Role of Digital Skills in Refugee Integration," International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion, vol. 5, no. 5 (2021) [open access]

"Using the innovative to improve the established: The employment of social networking sites as recruitment tools in migrant surveys," International Migration, vol. 60, no. 2 (April 2022) [open access]

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