New Regional Publications on Europe

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/

New Regional Publications on Europe

2012: Another Hard Year for Asylum Seekers and Refugees (Poliblog, Jan. 2013) [text]

European Migration and Asylum Policies: Coherence or Contradiction?  An Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the EU Programmes of Tampere (1999), The Hague (2004), Stockholm (2009) (Bruylant, 2012) [info]
– This book “offers an overview and a comprehensive approach of the developments in four core topics of the European asylum and immigration policy: the right to asylum; border controls and the fight against irregular migration and human trafficking; legal migration and integration; and the synergy between migration and development.”

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Country Update, 1 October-31 December 2012 (UNHCR, Jan. 2012) [text]

Greek Court Acquits Immigrants Who Escaped Appalling Detention Conditions (EJIL: Talk!, Jan. 2013) [text]

UNHCR at the Informal Meeting of the Justice and Home Affairs Council (UNHCR, Jan. 2013) [text]

Droit d’asile: l’assemblée du contentieux du Conseil d’Etat reconnaît que les fillettes risquant l’excision sont un groupe social (La Cimade, Jan. 2013) [text]

From Despair Comes Resistance (Institute of Race Relations, Dec. 2012) [text]

The Hague: Refugees Evicted from Protest Camp (Institute of Race Relations, Jan. 2013) [text]

“Homeless Refugees in Hungary,” European Journal of Homelessness, vol. 6, no. 2 (Dec. 2012) [full-text]
– Scroll to p. 149.

Rebuilding Lives: Regional Solutions to Displacement in the Western Balkans (International Peace Institute, Oct. 2012) [text]

Where are Newcomers Going to Live? Perspectives on Swedish and Danish Refugee Settlement Policies from Malmö and Århus, Research Report, no. 3 (Institute for Futures Studies, 2012) [text]

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