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The People’s Inquiry into Detention: Social work activism for asylum seeker rights

Authors Linda Briskman
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Sociology
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101 Journal Article

Healthy Migrants in an Unhealthy City? The Effects of Time on the Health of Migrants Living in Deprived Areas of Glasgow

Authors Ade Kearns, Carol Tannahill, Elise Whitley, ...
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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102 Journal Article

The Tale of Two Men: Testimonial Styles in the Presentation of Asylum Claims

Authors Forough Ramezankhah
Year 2017
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
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103 Journal Article

Note on international protection report of the High Commissioner [for Refugees]

Authors UN High Commissioner for Refugees
Description
Addresses key themes in refugee protection, including principle of non-refoulement, development of national asylum systems, conduct of mandate refugee status determination, and prevention of and response to sexual and gender-based violence; also addresses the protection of internally displaced persons as well the prevention and reduction of statelessness.
Year 2012
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104 Report

Infiltrators Go Home! Explaining Xenophobic Mobilization Against Asylum Seekers in Israel

Authors Yoav H. Duman
Year 2015
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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105 Journal Article

Death of an asylum seeker

Authors A Sebestyen
Year 2000
Journal Name Race & Class
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107 Journal Article

Ferroconcrete cases, sausage migrants, and Santa Barbara: self-reflexive metaphors among Russian-speaking refugees in Estonia

Authors Anastasiya Astapova
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BALTIC STUDIES
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108 Journal Article

Foreign nationals, enemy penology and the criminal justice system

Authors Liz Fekete, Frances Webber
Year 2010
Journal Name Race & Class
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109 Journal Article

Narratives of nationhood: Young Australians’ concepts of nation and their attitudes towards ‘boat people’

Authors Jacqueline Laughland-Booÿ, Bruce Tranter, Zlatko Skrbiš
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Sociology
Citations (WoS) 1
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111 Journal Article

The Economy of Seeking Asylum in the Global City

Authors Francesco Vecchio
Year 2016
Journal Name International Migration
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112 Journal Article

Limbo life in Canada’s waiting room: Asylum-seeker as queer subject

Authors David K Seitz
Year 2017
Journal Name Environment and Planning D: Society and Space
Citations (WoS) 2
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113 Journal Article

Attitudes toward Asylum Seekers in Small Local Communities

Authors Aslan Zorlu
Year 2017
Journal Name International Migration
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114 Journal Article

The Role of Non Signatory State to the 1951 Refugee Convention: The Malaysian Experience

Authors A. A. Ahmad, Zulkanain Abdul Rahman, A. M. H. Mohamed
Year 2017
Journal Name PERTANIKA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES
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115 Journal Article

Demand in the context of trafficking in human beings in the domestic work sector in the United Kingdom

Authors Thanos MAROUKIS
Description
The British government has taken several important legislative steps in addressing THB, the modern slavery bill being the most recent one. At the same time, it has adopted a number of policies that contradict the implementation of a public policy intent at criminalising and stopping THB. The change of the overseas domestic worker visa rules putting newly arrived domestic workers in a very vulnerable position as regards their employment is a case in point. The UK also remains a country with a largely unregulated domestic work sector and without a Labour Inspectorate agency overseeing the activities of employers and businesses across the sectors of the British economy. The evidence collected in this study suggests that the main obstacles to prevent exploitative situations within the domestic work industry are: a) the strict immigration rules and political priorities of law enforcement agencies, b) the involvement of the State in the organisation and regulation of the domestic work labour market, and c) the state of the welfare regime protecting families and offering vulnerable individuals access to the rule of law. These are the structural reasons that lie behind the failure to protect domestic workers and deter abusive behaviour on the part of employers in the UK. The study’s findings on national law-cases also demonstrate that the kind of work relationship established in domestic work aggravates the vulnerability of the workers and the sense of impunity on the part of the employers.
Year 2016
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116 Report

The European Union’s Plan to Amend the ‘First Country of Asylum’ and ‘Safe Third Country’ Concepts

Authors Reinhard Marx
Year 2019
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
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117 Journal Article

Innovative strategies for the reception of asylum seekers and refugees in European cities: multi-level governance, multi-sector urban networks and local engagement

Authors Caroline Oliver, Rianne Dekker, Karin Geuijen, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name Comparative Migration Studies
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119 Journal Article

Onderzoek naar de impact van buurtinitiatieven

Description
De Universiteit van Leuven (KUL) is, met hulp van de Universiteit van Luik (ULg), gestart met een onderzoek om de impact van de buurtinitiatieven van de opvangcentra te meten.Elk opvangcentrum in België organiseert tal van activiteiten om zich als open centrum zo goed mogelijk te integreren in de omgeving: opendeurdagen, vrijwilligersacties, theatervoorstellingen, workshops, enz. Met de ‘buurtinitiatieven’ streven de centra naar een positieve houding bij de Belgische bevolking ten aanzien van de opvangcentra voor asielzoekers en naar een correcte, realistische beeldvorming over ‘de asielzoeker’.5 casestudies Na meer dan tien jaar zijn het beleid en de beleidsinstrumenten aan een evaluatie toe. Daarom financeert Fedasil een onderzoek, dat zal worden uitgevoerd door KU Leuven, in samenwerking met de universiteit van Luik (ULg). Tijdens het onderzoek worden vijf opvangcentra onder de loep genomen: Dendermonde, Sint-Truiden en Pondrôme (Fedasil), Mechelen (Rode Kruis) en Ukkel (Croix-Rouge). Voor elk centrum worden er data verzameld via een buurtbevraging (postenquête bij buurtbewoners), een focusgroep en een interview met de directeur en de buurtwerker.Aan de hand van dit onderzoek wordt een antwoord gezocht op enkele belangrijke vragen. Wat is het bereik en de impact van de buurtinitiatieven? Gaan de omwonenden regelmatig naar een opendeurdag of filmavond in het opvangcentrum? Hebben zij een impact op de omwonenden? Neemt eventuele weerstand af door de activiteiten die de centra organiseren?Na afloop van het onderzoek zal de KU Leuven een aantal aanbevelingen formuleren om het huidige beleid te verbeteren. De bevraging loopt tot het einde van het jaar 2016.
Year 2016
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120 Project

Contested Statelessness in Sabah, Malaysia: Irregularity and the Politics of Recognition

Authors Catherine Allerton
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies
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121 Journal Article

Nutritional Vulnerability Seen Within Asylum Seekers in Australia

Authors Sharleen O'Reilly, Sharleen O’Reilly, Tess O’Shea, ...
Year 2012
Journal Name Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health
Citations (WoS) 15
122 Journal Article

Asylum Policies and Protests in Austria

Authors Verena Stern, Nina Merhaut
Book Title Protest Movements in Asylum and Deportation
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123 Book Chapter

Introduction

Authors Zana Vathi
Book Title Migrating and Settling in a Mobile World
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124 Book Chapter

Empowerment in the Asylum-seeker Regime? The Roles of Policies, the Non-profit Sector and Refugee Community Organizations in Hong Kong

Authors Pui Yan Flora Lau
Year 2019
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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125 Journal Article

Pengungsi — Indonesia's Internally Displaced Persons

Authors Graeme Hugo
Year 2002
Journal Name Asian and Pacific Migration Journal
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126 Journal Article

The Exclusionary Politics of Asylum

Authors Vicki Squire
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128 Book

The sexual and reproductive rights of internally displaced women: the embodiment of Colombia's crisis

Authors Monica M. Alzate
Year 2008
Journal Name DISASTERS
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129 Journal Article

UNHCR’s Mandate and Activities to Address Statelessness in Europe

Authors Mark Manly
Year 2012
Journal Name European Journal of Migration and Law
Citations (WoS) 4
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130 Journal Article

Extranational spaces and the disruption of national boundaries: Turkish immigrant media and claims against the state in 1980s West Germany

Authors Amy Foerster, Jennifer Miller
Year 2017
Journal Name Nations and Nationalism
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131 Journal Article

Meaning nothing but good: ethics, history and asylum-seeker phobia in Britain

Authors Tony Kushner, Tony Kushner
Year 2003
Journal Name Patterns of Prejudice
Citations (WoS) 28
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132 Journal Article

A Gendered Human Security Perspective on Humanitarian Action in IDP and Refugee Protection

Authors Kerstin Rosenow-Williams, Katharina Behmer
Year 2015
Journal Name Refugee Survey Quarterly
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133 Journal Article

The Origins of UNHCR’s Global Mandate on Statelessness

Authors Matthew Seet
Year 2016
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
Citations (WoS) 3
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134 Journal Article

Seeing like a region: parliamentary discourses on asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland and South Australia

Authors S Schech
Year 2012
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 5
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135 Journal Article

A Tale of Two Solitudes: Comparing Conflict and Development-induced Internal Displacement and Involuntary Resettlement

Authors Robert Muggah, Robert Muggah
Year 2003
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 18
137 Journal Article

Blijven vergunninghouders in Nederland? Patronen en determinanten van vervolgmigratie en remigratie onder asielmigranten, cohort 1995-1999

Authors Research and Documentation Centre, Ministry of Justice and Securitiy, Arjen Leerkes, Marloes de Hoon
Description
Sinds 2014 heeft Nederland opnieuw te maken met een substantiële instroom van asielzoekers, van wie een belangrijk deel in aanmerking is gekomen voor een verblijfsvergunning. Een belangrijke vraag die zich momenteel voordoet, is hoe de positie van de nieuwe vergunninghouders zich de komende jaren zal ontwikkelen. Een van de vragen die daarbij gesteld kunnen worden, is in hoeverre zij zich blijvend in Nederland zullen vestigen. De volgende onderzoeksvragen staan in dit rapport centraal: 1.Hoe groot was het aandeel emigranten tot en met 31 december 2015 onder vergunninghouders met een asielachtergrond uit het cohort 1995-1999 en wat voor type emigratie betrof het (remigratie dan wel vervolgmigratie)? 2.Op welke achtergrondkenmerken verschillen de vergunninghouders die emigreerden (uitgesplitst naar type emigratie) van de vergunninghouders die eind 2015 nog, of weer, in Nederland woonden? 3.Welke achtergrondkenmerken van de vergunninghouders zijn voorspellers van emigratie uit Nederland in de vorm van remigratie, vervolgmigratie en administratieve verwijdering met onbekende bestemming?
Year 2019
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138 Report

Restrictions on Access to Social Protection by New Southern European Migrants in Belgium

Authors Mikolaj Stanek, Jean-Michel Lafleur
Book Title South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis
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139 Book Chapter

The epistemic logic of asylum screening: (dis)embodiment and the production of asylum knowledge in Brazil

Authors Katherine Jensen
Year 2018
Journal Name Ethnic and Racial Studies
Citations (WoS) 2
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140 Journal Article

Assisted voluntary return and reintegration

Description
IOM offers AVRR services to migrants who are unwilling or unable to remain in Egypt and wish to return to their country of origin. The AVRR programme in Egypt started in 2011 and since then stranded and vulnerable migrants mainly from Africa and Asia were assisted. Each of these migrants have a distinct migratory story of how they got to Egypt and why they wanted to return. Some of these migrants survived exceptional circumstance, such as trafficking, abuse, as well as other numerous forms of exploitation. Returning migrants receive reintegration grants in their country of origin and the vast majority use in starting-up their own business, specifically in the agriculture sector.
Year 2011
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141 Data Set

The educational experiences of the second generation from refugee backgrounds

Authors Alice Bloch, Shirin Hirsch
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 2
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142 Journal Article

Giving space: Care, generosity and belonging in a UK asylum drop-in centre

Authors Jonathan Darling
Year 2011
Journal Name Geoforum
Citations (WoS) 31
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143 Journal Article

"The most brutal immigration regime in the developed world": 1 International Media Responses to Australia's Asylum-Seeker Policy

Authors Hannah M. Laney, Caroline Lenette, Anthony N. Kellett, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name REFUGE
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144 Journal Article

The effect of immigrant generation on smoking

Authors Dolores Acevedo-Garcia, Hee-Jin Jun, Theresa L. Osypuk, ...
Year 2005
Journal Name Social science & medicine, 2019, Vol. 222, pp. 11-19
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145 Journal Article

Why Union Law Can and Should Protect Stateless Persons

Authors Katja Swider, Maarten den Heijer
Year 2017
Journal Name European Journal of Migration and Law
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146 Journal Article

Precarity and guest work in US tourism: J-1 and H-2B visa programs

Authors William Terry
Year 2018
Journal Name TOURISM GEOGRAPHIES
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147 Journal Article

International Migration Policies: 1950‐2000

Authors Reginald Appleyard
Year 2001
Journal Name International Migration
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148 Journal Article

On race, ethnicity and on the economic cost of immigration

Authors Dina Maskileyson, Moshe Semyonov
Year 2017
Journal Name Research in Social Stratification and Mobility
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150 Journal Article

Best Practice Options: Yugoslavia

Authors Susan Martin
Year 2002
Journal Name International Migration
Citations (WoS) 1
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151 Journal Article

Remaining Internally Displaced: Missing Links to Security in Northern Uganda

Authors S. R. Whyte, S. M. Babiiha, R. Mukyala, ...
Year 2013
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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152 Journal Article

Insurgency and the Invisible Displaced Population in Nigeria: A Situational Analysis

Authors Faith Osasumwen Olanrewaju, Adekunle Olanrewaju, Femi Omotoso, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name SAGE OPEN
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153 Journal Article

Individual and US County Determinants of Repeat Migration: a Comparison of Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics

Authors Jeremy Pais
Year 2014
Journal Name Population, Space and Place
Citations (WoS) 1
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154 Journal Article

Organising Somalian, Congolese and Rwandan Migrants in a Time of Xenophobia in South Africa: Empirical and Methodological Reflections

Authors Denys Uwimpuhwe, Greg Ruiters
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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155 Journal Article

Saeteomin Asylum Seekers: The Law and Policy Response

Authors A. Wolman, G. Li
Year 2015
Journal Name International Journal of Refugee Law
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156 Journal Article

Beyond the ethics of admission: Stateless people, refugee camps and moral obligations

Authors Serena Parekh
Year 2014
Journal Name PHILOSOPHY & SOCIAL CRITICISM
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157 Journal Article

Artistic Representations of Refugees: What Is the Role of the Artist?

Authors Isobel Blomfield, Caroline Lenette
Year 2018
Journal Name Journal of Intercultural Studies
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158 Journal Article

Gastarbeiter Migration Revisited: Consolidating Germany’s Position as an Immigration Country

Authors Jutta Höhne, Amanda Klekowski von Koppenfels
Book Title South-North Migration of EU Citizens in Times of Crisis
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159 Book Chapter

The border event in the everyday: hope and constraints in the lives of young unaccompanied asylum seekers in Turkey

Authors Sabine Strasser, Eda Elif Tibet
Year 2020
Journal Name Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Citations (WoS) 3
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160 Journal Article

Sarah Spencer, The Migration Debate

Authors Yuval Livnat
Year 2014
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
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161 Journal Article

Access to health-care policies for refugees and asylum-seekers

Authors Salma El-Gamal, Johanna Hanefeld
Year 2020
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIGRATION HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE
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162 Journal Article

Walking Borders: Explorations of Aesthetics in Ephemeral Arts Activism for Asylum Seeker Rights

Authors Louise Gwenneth Phillips, Catherine Montes
Year 2018
Journal Name Space and Culture
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163 Journal Article

Efficacy of Psychological Interventions on Depression Anxiety and Somatization in Migrants: A Meta-analysis

Authors Daniela Sambucini, Paola Aceto, Edvaldo Begotaraj, ...
Year 2020
Journal Name JOURNAL OF IMMIGRANT AND MINORITY HEALTH
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164 Journal Article

Process in the Community, Detain Offshore or 'Turn Back the Boats'? Predicting Australian Asylum-seeker Policy Support from False Beliefs, Prejudice and Political Ideology

Authors Lisa Hartley, Joel R. Anderson, Anne Pedersen
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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165 Journal Article

Statelessness: Prevention and Reduction of Statelessness and Protection of Stateless Persons

Year 2007
Journal Name Refugee Survey Quarterly
166 Journal Article

Migration and Immigrants in Europe: A Historical and Demographic Perspective

Authors Helga de Valk, Christof Van Mol
Book Title Integration Processes and Policies in Europe
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167 Book Chapter

Framing the Issue of Asylum Seekers and Refugees for Tougher Refugee Policy—a Study of the Media’s Portrayal in Post-colonial Hong Kong

Authors Isabella F. S. Ng, Isabella Ng, Sharice Fungyee Choi, ...
Year 2019
Journal Name Journal of International Migration and Integration
168 Journal Article

Access of refugees, asylum seekers and IDPS to socio-economic rights: the case of Georgia

Authors Gaga GABRICHIDZE
Description
The problem of internally displaced persons has been one of the main concerns of the Georgian state since the early nineties. While taking into account its relevance for the country, Georgia has adopted a lot of legal acts aimed at regulating issues related to the legal status of IDPs. Nevertheless, due to limited financial resources, the assistance provided to IDPs is rather modest given their needs. As to asylum seekers, refugees and persons with humanitarian status, their legal situation is determined by several legal regimes. In general, they have the same rights as other foreigners. However, with regard to the right to education they enjoy the same rights as Georgian citizens. In terms of financial and social assistance they receive from the state, in most cases, similar amounts to the assistance received by the IDPs.
Year 2013
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169 Report

Trafficking in Human Beings

Authors Silvia Scarpa
Year 2008
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170 Journal Article

'We make them feel special': The experiences of voluntary sector workers supporting asylum seeking and refugee women during pregnancy and early motherhood

Authors Marie-Clare Balaam, Carol Kingdon, Gill Thomson, ...
Year 2016
Journal Name Midwifery
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171 Journal Article

Borderline justice

Authors Frances Webber
Year 2012
Journal Name Race & Class
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175 Journal Article

AVRR: Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration

Description
The provision of reintegration assistance to migrants in their countries of origin is an essential element to ensure sustainability of returns. IOM and partners in countries of origin provide migrants with socio-economic support to promote their self-sufficiency and contributions to their local communities. The sustainability of returns may, however, ultimately only be ensured in tandem with socio-economic development. IOM strives to support sustainable reintegration of migrants returning to a variety of contexts, recognizing, that the factors affecting the reintegration process and subsequently its sustainability are not dissimilar from those that resulted in the decision to migrate in the first place. IOM therefore asserts that reintegration can be considered sustainable when returnees have reached levels of economic self-sufficiency, social stability within their communities, and psychosocial well-being that allow them to cope with (re)migration drivers. Having achieved sustainable reintegration, returnees are able to make further migration decisions a matter of choice, rather than necessity. To achieve this objective, it is necessary to approach migrant reintegration in a comprehensive manner, considering the factors that can affect reintegration and addressing them in a way to respond to the needs of the individual returnees as well as the communities to which they return in a mutually beneficial way, and address the structural factors at play. Assistance to migrants, communities of return, and structural environments in countries of origin is therefore an essential element to ensuring sustainability of reintegration.
Year 1979
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176 Project

Immigration Policy and Agriculture: Possible Directions for the Future

Authors Philip Martin
Year 2017
Journal Name Journal on Migration and Human Security
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177 Journal Article

A Return to Interests?

Authors catherine weaver
Year 2015
Journal Name European Political Science
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178 Journal Article

Schooling, Work, and Idleness among Mexican and Non-Latino White Adolescents

Authors Nancy S. Landale, R.S. Oropesa, Daniel Llanes
Year 1998
Journal Name Social Science Research
Citations (WoS) 42
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179 Journal Article

The Conditions of Adaptation of "Internally Displaced Persons" to University Environment by Means of Students' Self-Government

Authors Yurii Krashchenko, Halyna Sorokina, Iryna Degtyarova
Year 2017
Journal Name STUDIA WARMINSKIE
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180 Journal Article

Combating Trafficking in Human Beings

Authors H. Konrad
Year 2006
Journal Name Refugee Survey Quarterly
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181 Journal Article

Three views of "guest workers" in the United States

Authors Marcia Taylor, Dori Finley
Year 2009
Journal Name INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
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182 Journal Article

Cyprus: Peace, Return and Property

Authors D. S. Sert
Year 2010
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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183 Journal Article

Definitions and Conventions: Asylum Dilemmas in Europe

Authors Danièle Joly
Book Title Haven or Hell?
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184 Book Chapter

Local Kids, ‘Refugees’ and Publics of Privilege: Children’s Mediated and Intercultural Lives in a Regional Australian City

Authors Rose Butler
Year 2016
Journal Name Journal of Intercultural Studies
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185 Journal Article

'The Suffering is Too Great': Urban Internally Displaced Persons in the Casamance Conflict, Senegal

Authors M. Evans
Year 2007
Journal Name Journal of Refugee Studies
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186 Journal Article

Creeping Crimmigration in CEAS Reform: Detention of Asylum-Seekers and Restrictions on Their Movement under EU Law

Authors Izabella Majcher
Year 2020
Journal Name Refugee Survey Quarterly
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187 Journal Article

Geographies of Asylum in Europe and the Role of European Localities

Authors Birgit Glorius, Jeroen Doomernik
Year 2019
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188 Book

Home journeys: Im/mobilities in young refugee and asylum-seeking women's negotiations of home

Authors Ala Sirriyeh
Year 2010
Journal Name CHILDHOOD-A GLOBAL JOURNAL OF CHILD RESEARCH
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189 Journal Article

Changing health along the Syrian refugees trajectories to Norway. Somatic and mental health relationships and implication for treatment.

Principal investigator Esperanza Diaz (Principal Investigator)
Description
Norway received over 30.000 asylum seekers in 2015 and the number of refugees in the country will soon reach a total of 200.000. Refugees living in Norway have higher burden of disease than other migrants and are underrepresented in the labour market. The associations between somatic and mental health for this population is barely explored, but several studies show the challenge of adequately diagnosing immigrants from non-Western countries with specific diseases, which hinders correct treatment and rehabilitation processes, and decreases the satisfaction of patients with the health care system. Although the healthy immigrant effect is described also for refugees and there is evidence of rapid deterioration of their health once in the host country, little is known about the interactive development of somatic and mental disease through the migration path, this is to say, pre-departure, at interception and at destination, for these patients. For asylum seekers and refugees from Syria on their way to or already living in Norway, this project will determine the risk factors for negative development of somatic and mental health and for increase of unmet health care needs, through the different stages of the migration process. Also, the clinical implications of the associations between mental and somatic health will be tested by measuring the effect of two different treatments, individual physiotherapy and group-based psychological treatment, on both somatic and mental health. Therefore, our results will provide valuable information about the high health risk stages of the migration path, enabling preventive strategies at these points, and about the implications of the interactions between somatic and mental health for the design of health care for asylum seekers and refugees. Although our study will only include refugees from Syria through to enable a trajectory approach, we believe our results will universally apply to any asylum seeker/refugee group.
Year 2017
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190 Project

Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement in the Endorsement of Asylum Seeker Policies in Australia

Authors Elizabeth M. Greenhalgh, Sue E. Watt, Nicola S. Schutte
Year 2015
Journal Name ETHICS & BEHAVIOR
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191 Journal Article

Biographic Consequences of Parent Child-Separation during the Migration Process: The Case of Guest-Worker Migration to Germany

Principal investigator Rahim Hajji (Principal Investigator)
Description
"Theoretical background and objectives Research on youth migration in Germany has given little attention to transnational family relations so far. The project explores both the extent and the long-term individual consequences of migration-related family separation during childhood. The first part of the study focuses on guest-workers' immigration strategies in order to explain the development and consequences of transnational family relations in the context of the recruitment of ""gastarbeiter"" in Germany. The study differentiates between guest workers from Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Spain, Yugosla­via and Portugal) and from Islamic Mediterranean countries (Turkey, Morocco, Tunisia). Survey data are used to construct and describe ""migration chains"" in order to test hypotheses on transnational family relations and the extent of resulting parent-child separation. The analysis of qualitative data gathered from interviews with young migrants living in Germany permits the investigation of the familial decision-making processes concerning migration and the cones­quences of separation from parents experienced during childhood. At the second stage, the project also analyses the attachment behaviour of migrants who, in the context of immigration to Germany, temporarily lived in transnational families during their childhood. The idea that a separation from parents experienced during childhood will influence the general attachment behaviour forms the core thesis of attachment theory (Bowlby 1969, Ainsworth 1985a). But instead of concentrating on immediate social consequences of migration-related parental loss on the child-parent-relationship, the study analyses the marital status of adults depending on whether they experienced separation from their parent(s) due to migration during their childhood. Research design, data and methodology Data are analysed descriptively and by means of logistic regression models, using the German Mikrozensus 2005. Additionally, a series of interviews has been conducted with young Moroccan migrants who had been temporarily separated from their parents. Findings The extent of separation experiences differs according to ethnic background. Children with an Islamic Mediterranean background have a significantly higher hazard of experiencing a migration-related separation from one of their parents (mostly, from their father) than those from Southern European countries. A temporary loss of both parents was observed more frequently among young migrants with a European origin. The interviews reveal that it is much more difficult for the children to deal with the absence of both parents. Regression results show that the experience of a separation from parents during childhood significantly reduces the chances of marriage among adult migrants, and that the age at separation plays an important role, while the duration does not show any effects."
Year 2008
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193 Project

All European countries are not the same The Dublin Regulation and onward migration in Europe

Authors Marie Louise Seeberg, Marianne Takle
Description
This report describes a Dublin System on the brink of a major crisis. The report examines the significance of the Dublin Regulation for the onward migration of asylum seekers within Europe, based on data collected in Norway, Sweden, and Germany from February to April 2015. Our findings from this period are currently confirmed and strengthened with the increasing numbers of asylum seekers coming to Europe. The purpose of the Dublin Regulation is to determine the Member State responsible for examining an application for international protection lodged in one of the Member States. It is crucial how the Dublin Regulation is applied, as this decides where migrants will live in the future. This research project aimed to identify the most important effects of the Dublin Regulation from the points of view of Member States as well as from migrants’ perspectives. The sharing of responsibility for asylum seekers in Europe is controversial. While the Dublin Regulation is the only current framework for allocating responsibility for individual asylum claims among the European countries, it is not designed to be an instrument for the general sharing of responsibility between Member States. The absence of adequate instruments for such sharing has detrimental results for Member States, the European Union, and migrants alike.
Year 2015
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194 Report

The Ethics of Discharging Asylum Seekers to Harm: A Case From Australia

Authors Ryan Essex, David Isaacs
Year 2018
Journal Name JOURNAL OF BIOETHICAL INQUIRY
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195 Journal Article

Becoming a Borderland: The “Refugee Crisis” in Italy and Beyond

Authors Maurizio Ambrosini
Book Title Irregular Immigration in Southern Europe
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196 Book Chapter

The Future of Refugee Flows and Policies

Authors Rosemarie Rogers
Year 1992
Journal Name International Migration Review
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197 Journal Article

Asylum-seeking Parents' Reports of Health Deterioration in Their Children since Fleeing Their Home Country

Authors Christopher Jamil De Montgomery, Terje A. Eikemo, Theoni Stathopoulou
Year 2019
Journal Name JOURNAL OF REFUGEE STUDIES
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Statelessness index

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The Statelessness Index is a comparative tool that assesses European countries’ law, policy and practice on the protection of stateless people and the prevention and reduction of statelessness, against international norms and good practice. It is a tool created for civil society, government, researchers, the media and other interested individuals. The Index was developed and is maintained by the European Network on Statelessness (ENS). The Index allows users to quickly understand which areas of law, policy and practice can be improved by states and which can be looked to as examples of good practice in addressing statelessness. The Index is the first to provide comprehensive and accessible comparative analysis of European countries’ efforts to address statelessness. The Index assesses how countries in Europe perform against international norms and good practice for the protection of stateless people and the prevention and reduction of statelessness. A country’s performance is assessed against a set of benchmarks drawn from international and regional human rights standards, soft law, relevant reports, and consultation with experts. The index covers 18 countries for the period 2017-2019. It consists of 23 indicators sorted in 5 strands: International and regional instruments; Statelessness Population Data Availability; Statelessness Determination and Status; Detention; Prevention and Reduction. The country data is gathered through a detailed survey, structured around the themes and subthemes. The surveys are completed by country experts (researchers, lawyers, NGOs and other civil society actors), referenced with links to sources, reviewed by a second country expert, and then returned to the ENS Secretariat for analysis.
Year 2019
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Racialized Incorporation: The Effects of Race and Generational Status on Self-Employment and Industry-Sector Prestige in the United States

Authors Ali R. Chaudhary
Year 2015
Journal Name International Migration Review
Citations (WoS) 5
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