New Publications on Egypt; the Arab Spring; Irregular Migrants in Cyprus; UNHCR Asylum Levels and Trends; Sudanese Refugee Womenv

Marginality and Exclusion in EgyptMarginality and Exclusion in Egypt.
A new book by Ray Bush and Habib Ayeb and published by Zed Books.
[Further Details]
(Source: Zed Books).

The Arab Spring: The End of Postcolonialism
A new book by Hamid Dabashi and published by Zed Books.
[Further Information]
(Source: Zed Books).

Cyprus: Punishment without a crime: Detention of migrants and asylum seekers in Cyprus.
By Amnesty International.

‘’Detention should not be a tool for regulating migration. Cypriot authorities are wilfully violating International and European Union law when they detain irregular migrants without examining alternative measures and demonstrating that their detention is indeed necessary,” said Jezerca Tigani, Europe and Central Asia Deputy Programme Director at Amnesty International.

[Download Full Report]
(Source: Amnesty International)

UNHCR Asylum Levels and Trends in Industrialized Countries: Statistical overview of asylum applications lodged in Europe and selected non-European countries.
Produced by the UNHCR.
[Download Full Report]
(Source: UNHCR).

Frozen words: memory and sexual violence amongst Sudanese refugee women in Cairo.
New Issues  in Refugee Research – Research Paper No. 240.
By  Ginger A. Johnson.
[Download Working Paper]
(Source: UNHCR)

Improvements in Estimating Migration: Intelligence Update 12-2012.
Produced by the Greater London Authority Intelligence Unit.
[Download Report]
(Source: The Daily Telegraph –Migrant population in some parts of England double previous estimate).

 

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