New Publications on USCRI; Asia; and Australia

USCRI 2011 Annual Report

USCRI 2011 Annual Report

U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants Annual Report 2011.
Produced by the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, (USCRI).

The 2011 Annual Report of the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants is now available online.  2011 was a very successful year for USCRI.  In our Annual Report, you will learn more about USCRI’s accomplishments to protect those fleeing repression and strife, to serve the uprooted, and to help them to integrate into their new American communities.

In 2011 we launched a national program to help the victims of human trafficking, grew our services to aid unaccompanied migrant children in need of legal representation, and expanded the reach of our resettlement services into three new communities.  The network of our 33 partner agencies across the country continued to broaden their services to immigrants.

[Download Full Report]
(Source: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants)

Pedlars of hate: the violent impact of the European far right
By the Institute of Race Relations.

New report from IRR, which “brings together over 100 cases, mostly from EU countries, but also Switzerland and Norway, which documents patterns of violence, from the peddling of hate online and the drawing up of lists of ‘national traitors’, to violence, arson and murder on the streets, and the stockpiling of weapons in preparation for ‘race war’.”

[Download Full Report]
(Source: IRR News, 9-14 June)

Publications on Asia and Australia
(Source: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog)

Central Asia: Disasters, Displacement and Human Rights (Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement, May 2012) [text]
– See also related blog post.

Financial Life in a New Setting: Experiences of Afghan and Burmese (Chin and Karen) Communities in Melbourne, Australia (Brotherhood of St Laurence, May 2012) [text]

Immigration Detention: What are the Alternatives? (FlagPost, May 2012) [text]

Income Management: Impacts on Refugee and Humanitarian Entrants (Refugee Council of Australia, May 2012) [text]

Investing in Refugee Health: The Role of Caste Hierarchy on Mental Health among Bhutanese Refugees, Thesis submitted to the Department of Global Health (Duke University, May 2012)  [text]

Mental Health Care Thailand: Views of Mental Health, the Karen Refugees and Young Thai Mental Health Situation, and Cultural Sensitivity for Counselors (Service Learning in Thailand, April 2012) [text]

Thousands of Myanmar Rohingyas Struggle for Refugee Status in India (India Ink, May 2012) [text]

One response to “New Publications on USCRI; Asia; and Australia

  1. Reblogged this on Service Learning in Thailand and commented:
    What a wonderful blog! They did a linkback to my research paper pist we had to do for class!

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