Daily Archives: Thursday, January 10, 2013

New Publications on Africa; the Middle East; Australia; and Statelessness

Details of these new publications were originally circulated by Elisa Mason on the incredibly useful: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog.  Further details can be found on the website at:  http://fm-cab.blogspot.co.uk/

Publications on Africa

Global Insider: Kampala Convention Sets a Global Example for IDP Protection (World Politics Review, Dec. 2012) [text]

Kenya’s Decision to Confine Refugees and Asylum-seekers in Camps is Unlawful (Amnesty International, Dec. 2012) [text]

Refugee Resettlement: The View from Kenya – Findings from Field Research in Nairobi and Kakuma Refugee Camp, Research Report 2012/01 (KNOW RESET, 2012) [text]

Rescuing Migrants in Libya: The Political Economy of State Responses to Migration Crises – The Case of Ghana, Working Paper, no. 16 (DIIS, Dec. 2012) [text]

“Tanzania’s Mtabila Camp Finally Closed,” Pambazuka News, no. 610 (Dec. 2012) [text]

Toward a Regional Solution for Rwanda’s Returning Refugees, Backgrounder no. 45 (Africa Initiative, Nov. 2012) [text]

Transnational Exile Complex: How to Think about African Diaspora Politics, Working Paper, no. 88 (RSC, Dec. 2012) [text]

Publications on the Middle East

Camp New Iraq (formerly Camp Ashraf) Residents and the Determination of their International Protection Needs, Update no. 4 (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]

Jordan: Syrian Child Refugees Who Work – Culture or Coping Mechanism? (IRIN, Dec. 2012) [text]

The State of Human Rights in Israel and the OPT 2012 (Association for Civil Rights in Israel, Dec. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]
– Includes a chapter on refugees and asylum-seekers.

Syria Regional Response Plan: January to June 2013 (UN, Dec. 2012) [text]
– See also related UNHCR press release.

Tortured in Sinai, Jailed in Israel: Detention of Slavery and Torture Survivors under the Anti-Infiltration Law, June-September 2012 (Hotline for Migrant Workers, Oct. 2012) [text]

Why They Left: Stories of Iranian Activists in Exile (Human Rights Watch, Dec. 2012) [text]

Publications on Australia

Australia and Asylum Seekers: Media Perspectives (London Progressive Journal, Dec. 2012) [text]

Boat People Economics 101: Exposing the Flawed Logic of Asylum Seeker Policy (The Conversation, Dec. 2012) [text]

Cognitive Dissonance and Sunk Cost: The Psychology of Seeking Asylum (The Conversation, Nov. 2012) [text]

Defiance and Compliance: Australia and the United Nations Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, Thesis submitted to the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations (Victoria University of Wellington, 2011; posted July 2012) [text]

Immigration Detention on Christmas Island:  Observations from Visit to Immigration Detention Facilities on Christmas Island (Australian Human Rights Commission, Dec. 2012) [text]

Policy Déjà Vu Will Have a Devastating Effect on Asylum Seeker Mental Health (The Conversation, Dec. 2012) [text]

UNHCR Mission to the Republic of Nauru 3-5 December 2012 (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]
– See also related press release.

“What Does the Literature Say about Resilience in Refugee People? Implications for Practice,” Journal of Social Inclusion, vol. 3, no. 2 (2012) [open access text]

Publications on Statelessness

“Atlantis, Narnia and Statelessness: How Political and Environmental Factors Can Cause Statelessness,” Social & Political Review, vol. XXII (2012) [full-text]
– Scroll to p. 73.

A Call to Include the Stateless on International Human Rights Day (ENS Blog, Dec. 2012) [text]

Children and Their Search for a Home: What It Means to be Stateless in the 21st Century (Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, July 2012) [text]

Citizens of Nowhere: Solutions for the Stateless in the U.S. (UNHCR & Open Society Justice Initiative, Dec. 2012) [text]
– See also related Refugees International blog post.

Naturalization of Stateless Persons: Solution of Statelessness?, Thesis submitted to the Department of European and International Public Law (Tilburg University, 2012) [text]

S. Sudan Takes Vital Step to Prevent Statelessness (RI Blog, Nov. 2012) [text]

“Statelessness and the Politics of Misrecognition,” Res Publica, vol. 18, no. 1 (2012) [eprint]

Statelessness in Southern Africa, Briefing Paper for UNHCR Regional Conference on Statelessness in Southern Africa, Mbombela (Nelspruit), South Africa, 1-3 November 2011 [text]

 

New Journals; Periodicals; Magazines and Newsletters

Details of these new publications were originally circulated by Elisa Mason on the incredibly useful: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog.  Further details can be found on the website at:  http://fm-cab.blogspot.co.uk/

Field Exchange, no. 44 (Dec. 2012) [full-text]
– Mix of articles.

IZA Journal of Migration [access]
– A new open access journal that “covers all issues related to the economics of migration and ethnicity.”  While to date none of the posted articles address forced migration issues specifically, the journal welcomes, among others, “papers which focus on the role of migration policies dealing with the monitoring of immigration flows, the process of naturalization, and asylum or illegal migration… .”

Protection Cluster Digest, vol. 2 (2012) [full-text]
– The theme of this newsletter issue is “Protection without Access?”

The Protection Project Journal of Human Rights and Civil Society, vol. 5 (Fall 2012) [full-text]
– Focuses on human trafficking; includes “Human Trafficking and Natural Disasters: A Vulnerability Approach.”

Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter, no. 33 (Jan. 2013) [full-text]
– News and information for refugee legal aid providers.

International Migration Review, vol. 46, no. 4 (Winter 2012) [contents]
– Mix of articles

Journal of Humanitarian Assistance (Dec. 2012) [full-text]
– New article entitled “Blurring of Lines in Complex Emergencies: Consequences for the Humanitarian Community.”

Kakuma News Reflector (Dec. 2012) [full-text]
– News and views from Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya.  See also their new Facebook page.

Women’s Asylum News, no. 114 (Nov./Dec. 2012) [full-text]
– Lead article is “Still Missed Out: The Charter Campaign So Far.”

Women’s Asylum Support Journal, no. 1 (Nov. 2012) [full-text]
– A “new quarterly publication designed to support and inspire front-line counsellors and support/advocacy staff working with refugee and asylum-seeking women.”

 

New Publications on Europe; Children; and the Americas

Details of these new publications were originally circulated by Elisa Mason on the incredibly useful: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog.  Further details can be found on the website at:  http://fm-cab.blogspot.co.uk/

Publications on Europe

Access to Family Reunification for Beneficiaries of International Protection in Central Europe (UNHCR Central Europe, Dec. 2012) [text]

“Detained at the Eastern Border – Part 2,” IPS, 18 Dec. 2012 [text]

Greece: The End of the Road for Refugees, Asylum-seekers and Migrants (Amnesty International, Dec. 2012) [text]
– See also related news release.

Migration and Asylum in Malta and the European Union (Malta University Press, 2012) [info]

Note on Dublin Transfers to Hungary of People Who Have Transited through Serbia (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]
– An update of the Oct. 2012 version.

Restrictions on Defenders of Migrants’ Rights Should Stop (Human Rights Comment, Dec. 2012) [text]

EU’s Asylum Policy: A Liberal Intergovernmental Analysis of the Common European Asylum System (Roskilde University, Dec. 2012) [text]

EU Immigration and Asylum Law in 2012: The Year of Living Ineffectually (Statewatch, Dec. 2012) [text]

“In Italy, Shantytowns of Refugees Reflect Paradox on Asylum,” New York Times, 27 Dec. 2012 [text]

“An Introduction to Frontex: Human Rights,” Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter, no. 33 (Jan. 2013) [text]

‘“Moving Forward on Asylum in the EU”: UNHCR’s Recommendations to Ireland for its EU Presidency, January-June 2013 (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]
– Note: See also the Irish EU Presidency web site.

Note du Haut Commissariat des Nations Unies pour les réfugiés relative à l’évaluation des demandes d’asile introduites par des femmes (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]

“Regarding Asylum Policy, Norway is Far from Being the First Class in Europe,” Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter, no. 33 (Jan. 2013) [text]

“‘Vile Liars and Truth Distorters’: Truth, Trust and the Asylum System,” Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter, no. 33 (Jan. 2013) [text]

Publications on Children

Blog Carnival to Mark the Irish Refugee Council’s 6 Month Review of the Independent Advocacy Pilot (Irish Refugee Council & Human Rights Ireland, Dec. 2012) [access]
– Compilation of blog posts on issues relating to separated children seeking asylum.

Evaluation of the Independent Advocacy Pilot: The First 6 Months (Irish Refugee Council, Dec. 2012) [text]
– The IAP aims to support separated children and “promote the young person’s integration into Irish society and his/her understanding of the asylum process.”

Children First: The Child Protection System in England (UK House of Commons, Education Committee, Oct. 2012) [text]

Guidelines on Statelessness No. 4: Ensuring Every Child’s Right to Acquire a Nationality through Articles 1-4 of the 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]

Jordan: Syrian Child Refugees Who Work – Culture or Coping Mechanism? (IRIN, Dec. 2012) [text]

A Milestone in Child Protection: Child Protection Minimum Standards in Humanitarian Action (U.S. Dept. of State, Nov. 2012) [text]

Publications on the Americas

Canadian Compassion Towards Refugees: A Case for Open Borders (Students for Liberty, Dec. 2012) [text]

“Gang and Cartel Violence: A Reason to Grant Political Asylum from Mexico and Central America,” Yale Journal of International Law Online, vol. 38 (Fall 2012) [full-text]

Haiti: A Humanitarian Crisis in Need of a Development Solution (IDMC, Dec. 2012) [text]

IDP Registration in Haiti: Update and Analysis of the Population Remaining in IDP Sites (IOM & Govt. of Haiti, Dec. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

Event after the fact:

Lessons from Haiti: Innovations in Tracking and Housing Internally Displaced Persons, Washington, DC, 13 Dec. 2012 [access]
– Audio for this event is available along with handouts and presentations.

 

New Publications on Syria; Asia/Pacific; Legal Issues; and Health

Details of these new publications were originally circulated by Elisa Mason on the incredibly useful: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog.  Further details can be found on the website at:  http://fm-cab.blogspot.co.uk/

Publications on Syria

Disaster Needs Analysis – Update: Syria (Assessment Capacities Project, Dec. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

EU: Provide Protection for Syrian Refugees (Human Rights Watch, Dec. 2012) [text]

Healing a Neighbourhood: Potential EU Responses to the Syrian Refugee Crisis (Debate Migration Blog, Dec. 2012) [text]

International Protection Considerations with Regard to People Fleeing the Syrian Arab Republic, Update I (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]

Joint Assessment for Syrian Refugees in Egypt (UNHCR, WHO & Unicef, Nov. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

Syria’s Rising Displacement Crisis (IRIN, Jan. 2013) [access]
– Provides access to “Syria in Crisis: A series of articles on the humanitarian toll of nearly two years of conflict”; includes slideshow.

Publications on Asia/Pacific

“Adopting Refugee Convention Would Not be a Slippery Slope for Hong Kong,” South China Morning Post, 27 Dec. 2012 [text]

Afghanistan: Bleak Humanitarian Outlook for 2013 (IRIN, Jan. 2013) [text]

“The Badagas: Sometime Refugees in a New Land,” The Dawn Journal, vol. 1, no. 1 (2012) [open access text]

“The Conveniently Forgotten Human Rights of the Rohingya,” Forced Migration Review, no. 41 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

“North Koreans in China in Need of International Protection,” Forced Migration Review, no. 41 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

Papua New Guinea: West Papuan Refugees Hope for Citizenship (IRIN, Dec. 2012) [text]

Thailand: Don’t Deport Rohingya “Boat People” (Human Rights Watch, Jan. 2013) [text]

UNHCR Eligibility Guidelines for Assessing the International Protection Needs of Asylum-Seekers from Sri Lanka (UNHCR, Dec. 2012) [text]

Publications on Legal Issues

Ad-hoc Query on Early Legal Advice for Asylum Seekers (European Migration Network, Nov. 2012) [text]

Credibility and the Asylum Process (ImmigrationProf Blog, Dec. 2012) [text]

Evidence in European Asylum Procedures, Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe, vol. 25 (Martinus Nijhoff, 2012) [info]

International Disaster Response Law (Springer, 2012) [info]
– The preface and chapter 2 are available via the info link above, and chapter 1 is available here.

*International Protection for a Newly Surfacing Refugee Community (Migration Information Source, Jan. 2013) [text]

“Lessons of the First EU Court of Justice Judgments in Asylum Cases,” Jurisprudence, vol. 19, no. 2 (2012) [open access text]

Publications on Health

“Exposures to War-related Traumatic Events and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms among Displaced Darfuri Female University Students: An Exploratory Study,” BMC Public Health 12:603 (Aug. 2012) [open access text]

“High Initiation and Long Duration of Breastfeeding Despite Absence of Early Skin-to-skin Contact in Karen Refugees on the Thai-Myanmar Border: A Mixed Methods Study,” International Breastfeeding Journal 7:19 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

“HIV/AIDS and Associated Conditions among HIV-Infected Refugees in Minnesota, 2000–2007,” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol. 9, no. 11 (Nov. 2012) [open access text]

“In the Face of War: Examining Sexual Vulnerabilities of Acholi Adolescent Girls Living in Displacement Camps in Conflict-affected Northern Uganda,” BMC International Health and Human Rights 12:38 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

“Insecticide-Treated Plastic Sheeting for Emergency Malaria Prevention and Shelter among Displaced Populations: An Observational Cohort Study in a Refugee Setting in Sierra Leone,” American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, vol. 87, no. 2 (Aug. 2012) [open access text]

Psychological First Aid: Guide for Field Workers (WHO et al., Dec. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

“A Retrospective Study of Demographic Parameters and Major Health Referrals among Afghan Refugees in Iran,” International Journal for Equity in Health 11:82 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

“Validation of a French Adaptation of the Harvard Trauma Questionnaire among Torture Survivors from Sub-Saharan African Countries,” European Journal of Psychotraumatology 3:19225 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

 

New Publications on Humanitarian Assistance; Climate/Environmental Migration; and Work/Economic Issues

Details of these new publications were originally circulated by Elisa Mason on the incredibly useful: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog.  Further details can be found on the website at:  http://fm-cab.blogspot.co.uk/

Publications on Humanitarian Assistance

GA Meet to Strengthen its Coordination of Humanitarian & Disaster Relief (UN Pulse, Dec. 2012) [text]

Happy Groundhog Year? Why We Must Adapt and Innovate in 2013 (ODI, Jan. 2013) [text]

HPN Coordinator Speaks with Antonio Donini (Humanitarian Space Blog, Dec. 2012) [access]
– Podcast interview with the editor of The Golden Fleece (Kumarian Press, Oct. 2012).  The first chapter of the book is also provided.

Interview: Preparation and Prevention Key for Humanitarian Action in 2013 (OCHA, Dec. 2012) [text]

Operational Guidance for Coordinated Needs Assessments in Humanitarian Crisis (IASC, March 2012) [text]
– Final version; see also “Coordinated Assessments” web site; the mandate of the Needs Assessment Task Force (NATF) ran through 2012.

Responding to Urban Disasters: Learning from Previous Relief and Recovery Operations (ALNAP, Nov. 2012) [text]

Time to Listen: Hearing People on the Receiving End of International Aid (Collaborative Learning Projects, Nov. 2012) [text]
– Note: The book will be launched at this 15 Jan. 2013 event, hosted by ALNAP.

Publications on Climate/Environmental Migration

Environmental Degradation, Migration, Internal Displacement, and Rural Vulnerabilities in Tajikistan (IOM, May 2012) [text]

“The First Climate Refugees? Contesting Global Narratives of Climate Change in Tuvalu,” Global Environmental Change, vol. 22, no. 2 (May 2012) [preprint]

“From the Nansen Principles to the Nansen Initiative,” Forced Migration Review, no. 41 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

“The Management of Climate Displacement,” Forced Migration Review, no. 41 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

The Many Faces of Climate Displacement (Refugees International Blog, Jan. 2013) [text]

People on the Move in a Changing Climate: A Bibliography (IOM & Université de Neuchâtel, 2012) [text]
– Note reference to the CLIMIG database.

“To Be or Not To Be: The Environmental Refugee?,” Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter, no. 33 (Jan. 2013) [full-text]

Publications on Work/Economic Issues

African Refugees: Improving Employment Outcomes through Training and Work Placements (National Centre for Vocational Education Research, 2012) [text]

“Are Refugees an Economic Burden or Benefit?,” Forced Migration Review, no. 41 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

IRIN: Syrians Struggle with Employment in Lebanon (but they do have the right to work) (RSDWatch, Dec. 2012) [text]

“Making Work Safe for Displaced Women,” Forced Migration Review, no. 41 (Dec. 2012) [open access text]

“Put Innovation at the Heart of Refugee Protection Work: Putting Refugees in Camps Isn’t Enough – Harness Their Creativity and Help Them Become Self Reliant and Prosper,” The Guardian, 4 Jan. 2013 [text]

Turkey: Syrian Refugees Choosing to Work Risk Exploitation (IRIN, Dec. 2012) [text]

What Works [info]
– “An inspirational film and a practical guide for asylum seekers and refugees who are finding it difficult to find employment.”  See also related press release.

 

New Publications on Asylum Issues; Violence & Armed Conflict: Causes of Displacement; Information and Communication

Details of these new publications were originally circulated by Elisa Mason on the incredibly useful: Forced Migration Current Awareness Blog.  Further details can be found on the website at:  http://fm-cab.blogspot.co.uk/

Publications on Asylum Issues

Asylum in the Practice of Latin American and African States, New Issues in Refugee Research, no. 249 (UNHCR, Jan. 2013) [text]

Asylum Office Customer Satisfaction Survey (USCIS, July 2012) [text]
– See also related post on The Asylumist.

“Give us your Weary but not your Battered: The Department of Homeland Security, Politics and Asylum for Victims of Domestic Violence,” Southwestern Journal of International Law, vol. 18, no. 1 (2012) [full-text]

“The Asylum, between Humanitarian Response and Political Instrument,” Lex ET Scientia International Journal, vol. 19, no. 1 (2012) [full-text]

“Asylum Policy in Europe: The Competences of the European Union and Inefficiency of the Dublin System,” Croatian Yearbook of European Law and Policy, vol.8, no. 8 (Nov. 2012) [full-text]

“Asylum System Abuse: Will the EU Reimpose Visas for Travellers from Balkan Countries?,” The Economist, 5 Jan. 2013 [text]

“Lessons of the First EU Court of Justice Judgments in Asylum Cases,” Jurisprudence, vol. 19, no. 2 (2012) [open access text]

Publications on Violence & Armed Conflict: Causes of Displacement

Enhancing Protection Capacity: Policy Guide to the Responsibility to Protect and the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflicts (Griffith University, Nov. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

The Mafia’s Shadow in the Americas: Refugees and Slavery (InSight Crime, Sept. 2012) [access]
– Special feature on organized crime and displacement in Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico.

Mitigating the Consequences of Violent Conflict: What Works and What Does Not? (International Peace Institute, Oct. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

Moving to Safety: Migration Consequences of Complex Crises, International Dialogue on Migration, no. 20 (IOM, 2012) [text]
– Includes the “the report and supplementary materials of a workshop…which was held in Geneva, Switzerland on 24 and 25 April 2012.”

New Dynamics of Forced Migration in Latin America (Refugee Law Initiative, 2012) [text]
– New research project.

Protecting Migrants during Times of Crisis: Immediate Responses and Sustainable Strategies, International Dialogue on Migration, no. 21 (IOM, 2012) [text]
– Includes the “the report and supplementary materials of a workshop…which was held in Geneva, Switzerland on 13 and 14 September 2012.”

Responding to New Internal Displacement Challenges: The Displacement of Non-Citizens (Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement, Dec. 2012) [text]

Social Protection and Basic Services in Fragile and Conflict-affected Situations (ODI, Oct. 2012) [text]
– See also related briefing note.

Stability: International Journal of Security and Development [info]
– New open access journal the objective of which is to “Foster an accessible and rigorous evidence base, clearly communicated and widely disseminated, to guide future thinking, policymaking and practice concerning communities and states experiencing widespread violence and conflict.”

Stabilization in Situations Other than War: The Rio Experience, Copenhagen, 23 October 2012 [info]

Urban Violence: New Territory for Aid Workers (IRIN, Jan. 2013) [text]

Warfare, Political Identities, and Displacement in Spain and Colombia, HiCN Working Paper 124 (Households in Conflict Network, Oct. 2012) [text]

Publications on Information and Communication

Aid Policy: Communication Technologies Transform Relief and Development (IRIN, Dec. 2012) [text]

Challenges to Human Rights Information Gathering in North Korea, Speech at International Forum on North Korea, London, 28 November 2012 [text]

Communication is Aid: Humanitarian, Media and Technology Collaboration, Nairobi, 6 December 2012 [info] [OCHA speech]
– The “info” link leads to the agenda, wrap-up of the event and a USAID blog post.

“Global Human Rights Monitoring, New Technologies, and the Politics of Information,” European Journal of International Law, vol. 23, no. 4 (Nov. 2012) [abstract]
– Advocates development of a human rights wiki.

Live Web Seminar 49: Monitoring Humanitarian Crises in the Digital Age: Crisis Mapping, Crowdsourcing, and Satellite Imagery, Online, 13 December 2012 [access]

Social Media Use during Disasters: A Review of the Knowledge Base and Gaps (National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, Dec. 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]

 

Refugee Archives Blog: 2012 in Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 20,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 5 Film Festivals

Click here to see the complete report.

Journal: Citizenship Studies Volume 16, Issue 8, December 2012 is now available online

 

 Special Issue: Secularism and Citizenship Beyond the North-Atlantic World

Special Issue: Secularism and Citizenship Beyond the North-Atlantic World

Citizenship Studies, Vol. 16, No. 8, 01 Dec 2012 is now available on Taylor & Francis Online.

Special Issue: Secularism and Citizenship Beyond the North-Atlantic World

This new issue contains the following articles:

Articles
Introduction: secularism and citizenship beyond the North Atlantic world
Humeira Iqtidar & David Lehmann
Pages: 953-959
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735017

The work of time in Western Uganda
Derek R. Peterson
Pages: 961-977
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735020

India’s Muslims, lived secularism and realising citizenship
Philippa Williams
Pages: 979-995
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735023

Questioning religious monopolies and free markets: the role of the state, the church(es), and secular agents in the management of religion in Argentina
Alejandro Frigerio
Pages: 997-1011
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735025

State management of religion in Pakistan and dilemmas of citizenship
Humeira Iqtidar
Pages: 1013-1028
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735026

Israel: state management of religion or religious management of the state?
David Lehmann
Pages: 1029-1043
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735027

Defining ‘religious’ in Indonesia: toward neither an Islamic nor a secular state
Myengkyo Seo
Pages: 1045-1058
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735028

Managing religions, citizenship and the liberal paradox
Bryan S. Turner
Pages: 1059-1072
DOI: 10.1080/13621025.2012.735029

Miscellany
Editorial Board