Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

Últimas entregas

ENVIO

2017, Nº 224
  • Nicaragua: Ante desenlaces inciertos
  • Nicaragua: Noticias del mes
  • Nicaragua: “Con el modelo extractivista crecemos, pero, ¿nos desarrollamos? Y con la minería ni crecemos ni nos desarrollamos”
  • Honduras: ¿Qué seremos? ¿Patio trasero o casa propia?
  • El Salvador: El caso de Herbert Anaya Sanabria LA IMPUNIDAD VA A JUICIO
  • América Latina: El desafío de la izquierda ante la crisis de Venezuela

ENVIO

2017, Nº 425
  • Nicaragua: La esperanza de “los cuates”: la OEA en las municipales
  • Nicaragua: Noticias Nicaragua
  • Nicaragua: “El mundo debe saber lo que pasa en Nicaragua”
  • Nicaragua: La experiencia de Rancho Grande: “un ecologismo en rebeldía”
  • América Latina: ¿Somos líquidos...o más bien viscosos?
  • Nicaragua: Big data y política: El poder de los algoritmos

ENVIO

2017, Nº 423

Nicaragua:

  • Entre nubes, nubarrones, temores y decisiones
  • Noticias Nicaragua
  • “En Nicaragua el abuso sexual es una pandemia y las familias son mayoritariamente incestuosas”

El Salvador

  • LEY CONTRA LA MINERÍA Una victoria histórica contra “el deslumbrante brillo del oro”

Panamá:

  • Los bosques están vivos, los bosques son sagrados

Guatemala: Al parecer…“se acabó la fiesta”

Centroamérica:- LAS POLÍTICAS MIGRATORIAS DE TRUMP EN SUS PRIMEROS 100 DÍAS El miedo es el mensaje

ENVIO

2017, Nº 421

Nicaragua

  • ¿Participar o no participar en las elecciones? ¿Es esa la cuestión?
  • ¿Que esperar de los acuerdos de la OEA?
  • La policía se ha desnaturalizado: es un satélite del régimen

Guatemala

  • Un fantasma recorre el pais: la justicia maya

    El Salvador

  • El Tribunal Supremo Electoral bajo asedio

América Latina

  • Un balance de los gobiernos de izquierda: Desarrollo alternativo o extractivismo?

ENVIO

2017, Nº 420

Nicaragua.

  • Un gobierno bajo presión y ganando tiempo
  • CENIDH "hay una indiferencia criminal ante la violencia en el Caribe"
  • 7 prioridades para una educación de calidad.

Honduras

  • Se perdió una oportunidad y se pueden perder otras

Centroamérica

  • Cuando las mujeres se ven forzadas a migrar...

Internacional

  • La comunicación de la posteridad

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 265
  • Grandes ciudades y buenos sentimientos
  • Encuentro con los pioneros del "africapitalismo"
  • La esperanza de una unidad árabe aún sigue viva
  • Acabar con las luchas defensivas
  • Contradicciones en la emancipación de las israelíes
  • Metsamor, un Chernóvil en potencia
  • El matrimonio igualitario llega a Asia
  • En Bélgica, el póker mentiroso como método de gobierno
  • Valonia, contaminada por la izquierda radical
  • La crisis catalana nació en Madrid
  • Llamar a una victoria por su nombre
  • Revuelta de las trabajadoras del hogar en la India
  • Todavia es posible erradicar el hambre
  • Aumenta el hambre en el mundo
  • Conflictos, seguridad alimentaria y nutrición: la necesidad de una paz sostenible
  • La desnutrición infantil sigue disminuyendo, pero los niveles de sobrepeso aumentan
  • Por que aumenta ahora el hambre?
  • Grandes ciudades y buenos alimentos
  • En mexico, la prensa al servicio de una tiranía invisible
  • Unos votan, otros hacen trampa
  • Cuando la violación deja de ser un crimen
  • Un torpedo contra la vivienda social en Francia
  • El fantasma del separatismo
  • Caramelos para la juventud

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 264
  • La era detox
  • Negociar con Pyongyang sin condiciones previas.
  • Cuba quiere mercado....pero sin capitalismo.
  • La conspiración de los anticonspiracionista.
  • En Portugal, una izquierda audaz.
  • Una improbable justicia internacional en Siria
  • Akhal-Teke: el caballo que encarna a una nación
  • La revolución Rusa a examen
  • El mar de fondo de la protesta social
  • Priorizar la educación de masas
  • Cuando la revolución duda
  • Entonces el arte se sublevó
  • ¿En nombre del pueblo o con el pueblo?
  • Diplomacia, ideología y realpolitik
  • La economía como nunca se la han explicado- La agricultura africana en las tenazas librecambistas
  • Así es como sobreviven los campesinos
  • Y si se redundara el derecho laboral....
  • Como lograr una mejor representatividad
  • Un déficit de legitimidad.
  • Clase sin riesgos.

MONDE DIPLOMATIQUE, Le

2017, Nº 263
  • El infierno del milagro alemán.
  • Donald Trump, abrumado por el partido antirruso.
  • Una utopía en el corazón del caos sirio.
  • La búsqueda del "supersoldado"
  • Desencanto europeo Eslovaquia.
  • Las ramificaciones del escándalo Odebrecht en Brasil
  • Las dos caras de la crisis venezolana
  • Periodismo de encubrimiento en la guerra contra Venezuela
  • El cerco Chino se estrecha sobre Hong Kong.
  • La batalla en torno a las semillas transgénicas en África
  • Las "rutas de la seda" pasan por Kazajistán
  • Una baza geopolítica para Rusia -La metamorfosis del panorama mediático en Estados Unidos
  • Entre bastidores en la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas
  • Practicas criminales en el sector agroalimentario
  • Ucú reina en la Universidad francesa
  • Mircea Cartarescu:satánico deseo de libertad
  • Cuando Sudáfrica importaba franceses

ENVIO

2017, Nº 427
  • Nicaragua: Se abre el telón: el escenario y las bambalinas
  • Nicaragua: Noticias Nicaragua
  • Nicaragua: “Los femicidios nos hablan de la sociedad que hemos construido”
  • El Salvador: Una lucha por la vida: agua para todos
  • Honduras: Fue la violencia machista la que mató a Berta Cáceres
  • México: Preguntas desde los escombros Internacional: Reflexiones sobre el referéndum en Catalunya
  • Guatemala: La democracia en las calles

ENVIO

2017, Nº 426
  • Nicaragua: Observadores del eclipse institucional
  • Nicaragua: Noticias Nicaragua
  • Nicaragua: “El fantasma de la Nica Act flota sobre nuestra economía, que ya enfrenta riesgos”
  • Nicaragua: BREVE HISTORIA DE NUESTRA INSTITUCIÓN ARMADA Un ejército camaleón
  • América Latina: “Son formas de explotación minera injustas, no éticas, irresponsables”
  • El Salvador: Ha muerto un hombre de la CIA
  • Centroamérica: LOS INDOCUMENTADOS EN LA ERA TRUMP Miedos, resistencia, estrategias… y más
RSS

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

Refugee
Webhttp://jrs.oxfordjournals.org/
PaísR.U. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Publicación trimestral del Refugee Studies Centre en asociación con la Oxford University Press, que se ocupa del estudio y la difusión de información sobre los problemas implícitos en las migraciones forzadas, tanto a nivel nacional, como al regional e internacional. La revista cubre la amplia gama de categorías de población desplazada. Cada ejemplar cuenta con un número variable de artículos sobre el tema, así como una sección fija en la que se recogen reseñas bibliográficas sobre el tema. Puedes consultar los sumarios aquí. Por suscripción aquí. Editan también el boletin mensual RSC Newsletters.

Última entrega

  • The History of Refugee Protection: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges J. Olaf Kleist
  • Refugees—What’s Wrong with History? Peter Gatrell
  • Exile, Refuge and the Greek Polis: Between Justice and Humanity Benjamin Gray
  • Refugees and the Roman Empire Peter J. Heather
  • Hospitality, Protection and Refuge in Early English Law Tom Lambert
  • Refugees and Refugee Protection in the Early Modern Period . Susanne Lachenicht
  • The Dawn of International Refugee Protection: States, Tacit Cooperation and Non-Extradition Phil Orchard
  • Protection, Repatriation and Categorization: Refugees and Empire at the end of the Nineteenth Century Jared Manasek
  • Protecting Refugees in the Weimar Republic Jochen Oltmer
  • Seeing Like a Refugee Agency: A Short History of UNHCR Classifications in Central Africa (1961–2015) Joël Glasman
2016, Vol. 29, Nº 4
Refugee Migration and Local Demarcations: New Insight into European Localities
  • Refugee Migration and Local Demarcations: New Insight into European Localities Birgit Glorius and Jeroen Doomernik
  • The Local Production of Asylum Sophie Hinger; Philipp Schäfer; Andreas Pott
  • Deciding Refugee Settlement in Norwegian Cities: Local Administration or Party Politics? Anton Steen
  • Asylum in Austere Times: Instability, Privatization and Experimentation within the UK Asylum Dispersal System. Birgit Glorius and Jeroen Doomernik; Jonathan Darling
  • Learning How to Squat: Cooperation and Conflict between Refugees and Natives in Rome Milena Belloni
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Multiple Practices of Bordering and Degrees of ‘Transit’ in and through Turkey Asli Ikizoglu Erensu; Zeynep Kasli
  • Bulgaria’s Response to Refugee Migration: Institutionalizing the Boundary of Exclusion Nevena Nancheva
  • Engendering Security at the Borders of Europe: Women Migrants and the Mediterranean ‘Crisis’ Jane Freedman -Threatened or Threatening? How Ideology Shapes Asylum Seekers’ Immigration Policy Attitudes in Israel and Australia Daphna Canetti; Keren L. G. Snider; Anne Pedersen; Brian J. Hall
  • Becoming Global Citizens in the Enemy State: Young North Korean Resettlers in South Korean Secondary Schools Young Ha Cho; John D. Palmer; Joo Young Jung
2016, Vol. 293
  • Measuring the Potential for Mass Displacement in Menacing Contexts.
  • Unpredictability, Invisibility and Vulnerability: Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Minors’ Journeys to Australia.
  • Socio-Economic Impact of the Crisis in Northern Mali on Displaced People.
  • Organized Chaos: Informal Institution Building among Palestinian Refugees in the Maashouk Gathering in South Lebanon.
  • Internal Displacement, the Camp and the Construction of Citizenship: Perspectives from Northern Uganda.
  • Chronicle of a Reform Process: The Irish Working Group on Protection
2016, Vol. 29, Nº 2
  • What Is a Refugee Camp? Explorations of the Limits and Effects of the Camp.
  • Digging Aid’: The Camp as an Option in East and the Horn of Africa.
  • Community After All? An Inside Perspective on Encampment in Haiti.
  • Refugee Politics: Self-Organized ‘Government’ and Protests in the Agamé Refugee Camp (2005–13).
  • Camps and Enclaves: Palestine in the Time of Closure.
  • The Ongoing Catastrophe: Erosion of Life in the Danish Camps.
  • Beyond Space of Exception? Reflections on the Camp through the Prism of Refugee Schools.
2016, Vol. 29, Nº 1
  • Night-Time and Refugees: Evidence from the Thai-Myanmar Border. Pia Jolliffe
  • Alleged Terrorists and Other Perpetrators of Serious Non-Political Crimes: The Application of Article 1F(b) of the Refugee Convention in the Netherlands. Maarten P. Bolhuis and Joris Van Wijk
  • Structure and Agency in Swedish Municipalities’ Reception of Unaccompanied Minors.Gustav Lidén and Jon Nyhlén
  • Harvesting from a Repotted Plant: A Qualitative Study of Karen Refugees’ Resettlement and Foodways. Savannah E. Spivey and Denise C. Lewis
  • Chilean Exiles, Reconciliation and Return: An Alternative View from Below. Shirin Hirsch
  • Caring, Contributing, Capacity Building: Navigating Contradictory Narratives of Refugee Settlement in Australia.Robyn C. Sampson
  • Risk Factors Associated with Culture Shock among Asylum Seekers from Darfur. Vered Slonim-Nevo and Shirley Regev
2016, Vol. 29, Nº 1
  • Night-Time and Refugees: Evidence from the Thai-Myanmar Border. Pia Jolliffe
  • Alleged Terrorists and Other Perpetrators of Serious Non-Political Crimes: The Application of Article 1F(b) of the Refugee Convention in the Netherlands. Maarten P. Bolhuis and Joris Van Wijk
  • Structure and Agency in Swedish Municipalities’ Reception of Unaccompanied Minors.Gustav Lidén and Jon Nyhlén
  • Harvesting from a Repotted Plant: A Qualitative Study of Karen Refugees’ Resettlement and Foodways. Savannah E. Spivey and Denise C. Lewis
  • Chilean Exiles, Reconciliation and Return: An Alternative View from Below. Shirin Hirsch
  • Caring, Contributing, Capacity Building: Navigating Contradictory Narratives of Refugee Settlement in Australia.Robyn C. Sampson
  • Risk Factors Associated with Culture Shock among Asylum Seekers from Darfur. Vered Slonim-Nevo and Shirley Regev
2015, Vol. 28, Nº 4
  • Focus on the Forest, Not the Trees: A Changepoint Model of Forced Displacement.Justin Schon
  • Multilayered Ethics in Research Involving Unaccompanied Refugee Minors.Marianne Vervliet, Cécile Rousseau, Eric Broekaert, and Ilse Derluyn
  • Liminal Space in Protracted Exile: The Meaning of Place in Congolese Refugees’ Narratives of Home and Belonging in Kampala.Roselinde Den Boer
  • Emergence and Decline of a Protest Movement: The Anti-Deportation Campaign for Afghan Asylum Seekers in Belgium.Matthew Willner-Reid
  • ‘I Want to Do Anything which Is Decent and Relates to My Profession’: Refugee Doctors’ and Teachers’ Strategies of Re-Entering Their Professions in the UK.Emilia Piętka-Nykaza
  • Rights, Compassion and Invisible Children: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Parliamentary Debates on the Mandatory Detention of Migrant Children in Canada.Rachel Kronick and Cécile Rousseau
  • Eritrean Women Asylum Seekers in Israel: From a Politics of Rescue to Feminist Accountability.Habtom M. Ghebrezghiabher and Pnina Motzafi-Haller
  • Protecting Civilians in Refugee Camps: Unable and Unwilling States, UNHCR and International Responsibility. By Maja Janmyr.Zachary A. Lomo
  • Displacement Economies in Africa: Paradoxes of Crisis and Creativity. Edited by Amanda Hammar.Naohiko Omata
  • Implementation and World Politics: How International Norms Change Practice. Edited by Alexander Betts and Phil Orchard.Paul White
  • Managing Muslim Mobilities: Between Spiritual Geographies and the Global Security Regime. Edited by Anita H. Fábos and Riina Isotalo.Khatereh Eghdamian
  • The Ideal Refugees: Gender, Islam, and the Sahrawi Politics of Survival, Gender, Culture, and Politics in the Middle East. By Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh.Miriyam Aouragh
  • Gender, Home and Identity: Nuer Repatriation to Southern Sudan. By Katarzyna Grabska Journal of Refu.Dianna Shandy
2015, Vol. 28, Nº 3
  • Searching for Directions: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in Researching Refugee Journeys. Gadi BenEzer and Roger Zetter
  • Refugee Health and Wellbeing: Differences between Urban and Camp-Based Environments in Sub-Saharan Africa. Thomas M. Crea, Rocío Calvo, and Maryanne Loughry
  • he Resilient Voter? An Exploration of the Effects of Post-Election Violence in Kenya’s Internally Displaced Persons Camps. Stephanie M. Burchard
  • Becoming (Im)Perceptible: Forced Migrants and Virtual Practice.Saskia Witteborn
  • Factors Influencing Contraception Awareness and Use: The Experiences of Young African Australian mothers.Mimmie Claudine Ngum Chi Watts, Celia McMichael, and Pranee Liamputtong
  • Social Engineering for Reintegration: Peace Villages for the ‘Uprooted’ Returnees in Burundi.Jean-Benoît Falisse and René Claude Niyonkuru
  • From Bottom-Up to Top-Down: The ‘Pre-History’ of Refugee Livelihoods Assistance from 1919 to 1979. Evan Elise Easton-Calabria
2015, Vol. 28, Nº 2
  • Stuck in Transit: Secondary Migration of Asylum Seekers in Europe, National Differences, and the Dublin Regulation. Jan-Paul Brekke and Grete Brochmann
  • The Tactics of Time and Status: Young People’s Experiences of Building Futures While Subject to Immigration Control in Britain. Jennifer Allsopp Elaine Chase, and Mary Mitchell
  • Forced Up or Down? The Impact of Forced Migration on Social Status. Isabel Ruiz, Melissa Siegel, and Carlos Vargas-Silva
  • Local Faith Communities and the Promotion of Resilience in Contexts of Humanitarian Crisis. Joey Ager, Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, and Alastair Ager
  • The Invisible Displaced: A Unified Conceptualization of Population Displacement in Brazil. Robert Muggah
  • Studying Refugee Settlement through Longitudinal Research: Methodological and Ethical Insights from the Good Starts Study. Celia McMichael, Caitlin Nunn, Sandra M. Gifford, and Ignacio Correa-Velez
  • Constructing Gender: Refugee Women Working in the United States. Jill Koyama
  • Home is Where the Heart Is? Forced Migration and Voluntary Return in Turkey’s Kurdish Regions. Djordje Stefanovic, Neophytos Loizides, and Samantha Parsons
2015, Vol. 28, Nº 1
  • ‘He's a Cracking Wee Geezer from Pakistan’: Lay Accounts of Refugee Integration Failure and Success in Scotland. Steve Kirkwood, Andy McKinlay, and Chris McVittie
  • ontrol and Biopower in Contemporary Humanitarian Aid: The Case of Supplementary Feeding. Tom Scott-Smith
  • To ‘Promote, Protect and Ensure’: Overcoming Obstacles to Identifying Disability in Forced Migration. Laura Smith-Khan, Mary Crock, Ben Saul, and Ron McCallum
  • Narrative and Silence: How Former Refugees Talk about Loss and Past Trauma. Teresa Puvimanasinghe, Linley A. Denson, Martha Augoustinos, and Daya Somasundaram
  • The British–Jewish Roots of Non-Refoulement and its True Meaning for the Drafters of the 1951 Refugee Convention. Gilad Ben-Nun
2014, Vol. 27, Nº 4
  • Introduction: Understanding Global Refugee Policy. James Milner
  • Lessons from the Global Public Policy Literature for the Study of Global Refugee Policy. Sarah Deardorff Miller
  • Building Consensus within UNHCR’s Executive Committee: Global Refugee Norms in the Making. Marion Fresia
  • Wither Policy? Southern African Perspectives on Understanding Law, ‘Refugee’ Policy and Protection. Loren B. Landau and Roni Amit
  • Can Global Refugee Policy Leverage Durable Solutions? Lessons from Tanzania’s Naturalization of Burundian Refugees. James Milner
  • International Refugee Law and Refugee Policy: The Case of Deterrence Policies. Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
  • The Bali Process and Global Refugee Policy in the Asia–Pacific Region. Susan Kneebone
2014, Vol. 27, Nº 3
  • The Pursuit of State Status and the Shift toward International Norms: South Korea’s Evolution as a Host Country for Refugees. Hans Schattle and Jennifer McCann
  • Gender, Securitization and Transit: Refugee Women and the Journey to the EU.Alison Gerard and Sharon Pickering -Neither Temporary, Nor Permanent: The Precarious Employment Experiences of Refugee Claimants in Canada.Samantha Jackson and Harald Bauder
  • Riotous Refugees or Systemic Injustice? A Sociological Examination of Riots in Australian Immigration Detention Centres.Lucy Fiske
  • ‘I am a Widow, Mother and Refugee’: Narratives of Two Refugee Widows Resettled to Australia. Caroline Lenette
  • Local Currencies: A Potential Solution for Liquidity Problems in Refugee Camp Economies. Brent Ranalli
  • Where ‘Difference is the Norm’: Exploring Refugee Student Ethnic Identity Development, Acculturation, and Agency at Shaw Academy. Oluchi C. Nwosu and Sandra L. Barnes -Beyond the Law: Power, Discretion, and Bureaucracy in the Management of Asylum Space in Thailand. Adam Saltsman
2014, Vol. 27, Nº 2
Accountability and Redress for the Injustices of Displacement
  • Durable Solutions as Reparation for the Unjust Harms of Displacement: Who Owes What to Refugees?. James Souter
  • Social Policy or Reparative Justice? Challenges for Reparations in Contexts of Massive Displacement and Related Serious Human Rights Violations. Luis Eduardo Pérez Murcia
  • Transnational Transitional Justice and Reconciliation: The Participation of Conflict-generated Diasporas in Addressing the Legacies of Mass Violence. Huma Haider
  • Bringing Them All Back Home: The Challenges of DDR and Transitional Justice in Contexts of Displacement in Rwanda and Uganda. Phil Clark
  • A Dignified Approach: Legal Empowerment and Justice for Human Rights Violations in Protracted Refugee Situations. Anna Lise Purkey
  • Motherhood and Social Repair after War and Displacement in Northern Uganda. Erin Baines , Lara Rosenoff Gauvin
2014, Vol. 27, Nº 1
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  • We are All the Same, Coz Exist Only One Earth, Why the BORDER EXIST’: Messages of Migrants on their Way. Ilse Derluyn, Charles Watters, Cindy Mels, y Eric Broekaert
  • Irregular Networks: Bangkok Refugees in the City and Region. Pei A. Palmgren
  • (Un)Governable Subjects: The Limits of Refugee Participation in the Promotion of Gender Equality in Humanitarian Aid. Elisabeth Olivius
  • A Pressing Need for the Reform of Interpreting Service in Asylum Settings: A Case Study of Asylum Appeal Hearings in South Korea. Jieun Lee
  • The Causes of Mistrust amongst Asylum Seekers and Refugees: Insights from Research with Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Minors Living in the Republic of Ireland. Muireann Ní Raghallaigh
  • The Israeli Roots of Article 3 and Article 6 of the 1951 Refugee Convention. Gilad Ben-Nun-
  • Civic and Ethno Belonging among Recent Refugees to Australia. Farida Fozdar y Lisa Hartley
  • Sudanese Refugees in Cairo: Remittances and Livelihoods. Karen Jacobsen, Maysa Ayoub, Alice Johnson
2013, Vol. 26, Nº 4
Forced Displacement, Refugees and ICTs: Transformations of Place, Power and Social Ties
  • Remote Telephone Interpretation in Medical Consultations with Refugees: Meta-communications about Care, Survival and Selfhood. Christine Phillips
  • Bosnian Austrians: Accidental Migrants in Trans-local and Cyber Spaces. Hariz Halilovich
  • Precarity, Affect and Problem Solving with Mobile Phones by Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Migrants in Naples, Italy. Nicholas Harney
  • Digital Escapes? ICTs, Settlement and Belonging among Karen Youth in Melbourne, Australia. Sandra M. Gifford and Raelene Wilding
  • Asylum, Identity Management and Biometric Control. Btihaj Ajana
2013, Vol. 26, Nº 3

SPECIAL FEATURE: SUPERVISING THE REFUGEE CONVENTION

  • Supervising the Refugee Convention. Introduction. James C. Hathaway, Anthony M. North, and Jason Pobjoy
  • Roundtable on the Future of Refugee Convention Supervision. Convened at Downing College, University of Cambridge Hosted by the University of Cambridge and the University of Michigan, September 28–29, 2012
  • Is there a Need for Better Supervision of the Refugee Convention? Katie O’Byrne
  • Lessons from Supervisory Mechanisms in International and Regional Law. Joanna Whiteman and Claire Nielsen
  • A Proposal for Enhanced Supervision of the Refugee Convention. Alysia Blackham

ARTICLES -‘White Tigers’: Researcher Roles in Relation to Linking Social Capital within Tamil Voluntary Associations in Norway. Eugene Guribye

  • Exiles, Art, and Political Activism: Fighting the Pinochet Regime from Afar. Jacqueline Adams
  • In Search of Sanctuary: Border Closures, ‘Safe’ Zones and Refugee Protection. Katy Long
  • Resettlement of Somali Bantu Refugees in an Era of Economic Globalization. Yda J. Smith
2013, Vol. 26, Nº 2
  • ‘We Are Not Here to Claim Better Services Than Any Other’: Social Exclusion among Men from Refugee Backgrounds in Urban and Regional Australia. Ignacio Correa-Velez, Ramon Spaaij, and Susan Upham
  • The Housing Resettlement Experience of Refugee Immigrants to Australia. James Forrest, Kerstin Hermes, Ron Johnston, and Michael Poulsen
  • Unpacking the Micro–Macro Nexus: Narratives of Suffering and Hope among Refugees from Burma Recently Settled in Australia. Mark Brough, Robert Schweitzer, Jane Shakespeare-Finch, Lyn Vromans, and Julie King
  • ‘It was the Most Beautiful Country I have Ever Seen’: The Role of Somali Narratives in Adapting to a New Country. Robyn Ramsden and Damien Ridge
  • Safeguarding a Child Perspective in Asylum Reception: Dilemmas of Children’s Case Workers in Sweden. Lisa Ottosson, Marita Eastmond, and Isabell Schierenbeck
  • Repatriation and Integration of Liberian Refugees from Ghana: the Importance of Personal Networks in the Country of Origin. Naohiko Omata
  • Remaining Internally Displaced: Missing Links to Security in Northern Uganda. Susan Reynolds Whyte, Sulayman Mpisi Babiiha, Rebecca Mukyala, and Lotte Meinert
2013, Vol. 26, Nº 1
  • State, Non-Governmental and International Organizations in the Possible Peace Process in Turkey’s Conflict-Induced Displacement. Ayşe Betül Çelik
  • Impact of Displacement on Women and Female-headed Households: A Mixed Method Analysis with a Microeconomic Touch. Kopalapillai Amirthalingam and Rajith W. D. Lakshman
  • Sickness in the System of Long-term Immigration Detention. Melissa Bull, Emily Schindeler, David Berkman, and Janet Ransley
  • Addressing Ethical and Methodological Challenges in Research with Refugee-background Young People: Reflections from the Field. Karen Block, Deborah Warr, Lisa Gibbs, and Elisha Riggs
  • Exporting Detention: Australia-funded Immigration Detention in Indonesia. Amy Nethery, Brynna Rafferty-Brown, and Savitri Taylor
  • Quantitative Methodological Dilemmas in Urban Refugee Research: A Case Study of Johannesburg. Darshan Vigneswaran and Joel Quirk
  • Gutters, Gates, and Gangs: Collaborative Sampling in ‘Post-Violence’ Johannesburg. Jean-Pierre Misago and Loren B. Landau
  • Creating a Frame: A Spatial Approach to Random Sampling of Immigrant Households in Inner City Johannesburg. Gayatri Singh and Benjamin D. Clark
  • Collecting Data on Migrants Through Service Provider NGOs: Towards Data Use and Advocacy. Tara Polzer Ngwato
  • Sampling in an Urban Environment: Overcoming Complexities and Capturing Differences. Joanna Vearey
2012, Vol. 25, Nº 4
  • Education and Identity: The Role of UNRWA's Education Programmes in the Reconstruction of Palestinian Nationalism. Ghassan Shabaneh
  • Life Skills Training as an Effective Intervention Strategy to Reduce Stress among Tibetan Refugee Adolescents. Tsering Yankey and Urmi Nanda Biswas
  • Welcoming the Unwelcome: The Politics of Minimum Reception Standards for Asylum Seekers in Austria. Sieglinde Rosenberger and Alexandra König
  • Communities of Knowledge or Tyrannies of Partnership: Reflections on North–South Research Networks and the Dual Imperative. Loren B. Landau
  • Response to Landau. Paula Banerjee, Stephen Castles, Elizabeth Ferris
2012, Vol. 25, Nº 1
  • Forcing the issue: migration crises and the uneasy dialogue between refugee research and policy. Nicholas Van Hear
  • UK dispersal policy and onward migration: mapping the current state of knowledge. Emma S. Stewart
  • "Migration control and the solutions impasse in South and Southeast Asia: implications from the Rohingya Experience". Samuel Cheung
  • The divergent experiences of children and adults in the relocation process: perspectives of child and parent refugee claimants in Montreal. Gillian Morantz, Cecile Rousseau and Jody Heymann
  • After war then peace: the US-based Liberian diaspora as peace-bulding norm entrepreneurs. Osman Antwi-Boateng
  • "It would be Okay if they came through the proper channels": community perceptions and attitudes toward asylum seekers in Australia. Fiona H. McKay, Samantha L. Thomas and Susan Kneebone
  • The genesis and development of article 1 of the 1951 Refugee Convention. Irial Glynn
2012, Vol. 25, Nº 3
The Refugee in the Postwar World, 1945–1960
  • The Uneven Development of the International Refugee Regime in Postwar Asia: Evidence from China, Hong Kong and Indonesia. Glen Peterson
  • Too Much Nationality: Kashmiri Refugees, the South Asian Refugee Regime, and a Refugee State, 1947–1974. abeiri Debergh Robinson
  • Entangled or ‘Extruded’ Histories? Displacement, National Refugees, and Repatriation after the Second World War. Pamela Ballinger
  • The Challenge of Categories: UNRWA and the Definition of a ‘Palestine Refugee’. Ilana Feldman
  • Borders Transformed: Sovereign Concerns, Population Movements and the Making of Territorial Frontiers in Hong Kong, 1949–1967. Laura Madokoro
  • ‘Help the People to Help Themselves’: UNRRA Relief Workers and European Displaced Persons. Silvia Salvatici
  • The Ambivalent Exception: American Occupation Policy in Postwar Germany and the Formation of Jewish Refugee Spaces. Anna Holian
  • Migration, Sacrifice and the Crisis of Muslim Nationalism. Tahir Naqvi
2012, Vol. 25, Nº 2
  • Realizing One's Rights under the 1951 Convention 60 Years On: A Review of Practical Constraints on Accessing Protection in Europe. Lena Karamanidou and Liza Schuster
  • A New Path Forward: Researching and Reflecting on Forced Displacement and Resettlement: Report on the International Resettlement Conference: Economics, Social Justice, and Ethics in Development-Caused Involuntary Migration, the Hague, 4–8 October 2010. Julie Koppel Maldonado
  • Social Technology and Refugee Encampment in Kenya. Rose Jaji
  • Towards Transformative Participation: Collaborative Research with ‘Urban IDPs’ in Uganda. Hilde Refstie and Cathrine Brun
  • A Case Study of Political Failure in a Refugee Camp. Elizabeth Holzer
  • Household Economy and Livelihoods among Iraqi Refugees in Syria. Shannon Doocy, Gilbert Burnham, Elizabeth Biermann, and Margarita Tileva
2011, Vol. 24, Nº 4
  • Classical Diasporas of the Third Kind: The Hidden History of Christian Dispersion. Robert F. Gorman
  • Human Agency and the Meaning of Informed Consent: Reflections on Research with Refugees. Richard Hugman, Linda Bartolomei, and Eileen Pittaway
  • ‘People Look at Us, the Way We Dress, and They Think We’re Gangsters’: Bonds, Bridges, Gangs and Refugees: A Qualitative Study of Inter-Cultural Social Capital in Glasgow. Ross Deuchar
  • Ambiguous Expectations and Reduced Confidence: Experience of Somali Refugees Encountering Swedish Health Care. Kristian Svenberg, Carola Skott, and Margret Lepp
2011, Vol. 24, Nº 3
Faith-Based Humanitarianism in Contexts of Forced Displacement
  • Introduction: Faith-Based Humanitarianism in Contexts of Forced Displacement. Elena FIDDIAN-QASMIYEH
  • Understanding ‘Sanctuary’: Faith and Traditions of Asylum. Philip MARFLEET
  • Faith and the Discourse of Secular Humanitarianism. Alastair AGER and Joey AGER
  • Faith-Based Aid to People Affected by Conflict in Jos, Nigeria: An Analysis of the Role of Christian and Muslim Organizations. Nkwachukwu ORJI
  • The Role of Faith and Faith-Based Organizations among Internally Displaced Persons in Kenya. Damaris Seleina PARSITAU
  • Ethical Dilemmas and Identifications of Faith-Based Humanitarian Organizations in the Karen Refugee Crisis. ALEXANDER HORSTMANN
  • The Pragmatics of Performance: Putting ‘Faith’ in Aid in the Sahrawi Refugee Camps. Elena FIDDIAN-QASMIYEH
  • Much to be Proud of, Much to be Done: Faith-based Organizations and the Politics of Asylum in Australia. Erin WILSON
  • Un/settling Angels: Faith-Based Organizations and Asylum-Seeking in the UK. Susanna SNYDER
  • The Faith Community’s Role in Refugee Resettlement in the United Sates. Jessica EBY, Erika IVERSON, Jenifer SMYERS and Erol KEKIC
  • Faith and Humanitarisanism: It’s Complicated. Elizabeth FERRIS
2011, Vol. 24, Nº 1
  • Laws, Policies, or Social Position? Capabilities and the Determinants of Effective Proteccion in Four African Cities.
  • Refugee Camp Security: Decreasing Vulnerability Through Demografic Controls.
  • Indivisibility of Accountability and Empowerment in Tackling Gender-Based Violence: Lessons from a Refugee Camp in Rwanda.
  • The Gotte Koya IDP Mystery: Tribal Indentity and the IDP-Migrant Continuum in the Chhattisgarh-Andhra Prdesh Bordeland (India).
  • From Refugee to Good Citizen: A Discourse Analysis of Volunteering.
  • "Garang´s Seeds": Influences on the Return of Sudanese-Canadian Refugee Physicians to Post-Conflict South Sudan.
2010, Vol. 23, Nº 4
Critical reflections on refugee integration: Lessons from International Perspectives.
2010, Vol. 23, Nº 3
  • Stranded migrants and the fragmented journey.
  • Muslim Asylum-seekers and refugees: negotiating identity, politics and religion in the UK.
  • Where and when is home? The double displacement of Georgian IDPs from Abskhazia.
  • Hospitality: becoming 'IDPs' and 'hosts' in protracted displacement.
  • Exploring the impact of displacement and encampment on domestic violence in Kakuma Refugee Camp.
  • Explaining the refugee gap: economic outcomes of refugees versus other immigrants.
2010, Vol. 23, Nº 2
  • Matrimonial strategies and identity relations between Palestinians refugees and Lebanese after the Lebanese Civil War.
  • Governance, Governmentalities, and the State of Exception in Palestinian Refugee Camps of Lebanon.
  • Mental and physical health consequences of repatriation for Vietnamese returnees: a natural experiment approach.
  • Beyond the discourse of trauma: shifting the focus on Sudanese refugees.
  • Let them land: christmas islander responses to Tampa. Refugee as people: the portrayal of refugees in American human interest stories.
2010, Vol. 23, Nº 1
  • Leaving Mogadishu: Towards a Sociology of Conflict-Related Mobility.
  • Predicting Stress Related to Basic Needs and Safety in Darfur Refugee Camps. A Structural and Social Ecological Analysis.
  • Sedentary Policies and Transnational Relations: A 'Non-sustainable' Case of return to Bosnia.