New Thematic Publications on Health; Work Issues; 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:

New Publications on Health

“Building a Welcoming Community: The Role of Pharmacists in Improving Health Outcomes for Immigrants and Refugees,” Canadian Pharmacists Journal, vol. 146, no. 1 (Jan./Feb. 2013) [free full-text]

Casualties of War and Disasters: The Science of Displaced People (Open Access in the Developing World Blog, Feb. 2013) [text]

Common Threads: The Sexual and Reproductive Health Experiences of Immigrant and Refugee Women in Australia (Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, 2012) [text]

Improving Reproductive Health Services for Forcibly Displaced Women (Population Reference Bureau, Jan. 2013) [text]

Meeting Mental Health Needs for Immigrants and Refugees in the Central West LHIN: Identifying Multiple Bridges and Barriers (CERIS, March 2013) [text]

Pregnant Women: How Will Changes to Refugee Health Coverage Affect Them? (CERIS Blog, Feb. 2013) [text]

“‘Thinking Too Much’: Psychological Distress, Sources of Stress and Coping Strategies of Resettled Afghan and Kurdish Refugees,” Journal of Muslim Mental Health, vol. 6, no. 2 (2012) [open access text]

“Treatment of a Multitraumatized Tortured Refugee Needing an Interpreter with Exposure Therapy,” Case Reports in Psychiatry, vol. 2013:197323 (Feb. 2013) [open access text]

New Publications on Work Issues

Ad-hoc Query on Asylum Seekers’ Access to the Labour Market (European Migration Network, Feb. 2013) [text]

Azerbaijan Internally Displaced Persons Youth Support Project: Youth Skills and Business Development (World Bank, Jan. 2013) [text]

Forced Labour: Current Issues and Debates, London, 9 January 2013 [access]
– Follow link for workshop presentations, including one entitled “Precarious Lives: Forced Labour, Exploitation and the UK Asylum System.”

“The Migration and Labor Question Today: Imperialism, Unequal Development, and Forced Migration,” Monthly Review, vol. 64, no. 9 (Feb. 2013) [text]

Working through Asylum: An Overview of Refugee and Asylum-Seekers’ Ability to Attain and Maintain Employment in Countries of Refuge (Birdsong’s Law Blog, March 2013) [text]

New Publications on Statelessness

Innovations in Russian Legislation on Citizenship (European Network on Statelessness Blog, March 2013) [text]

Kuwait: Small Step Forward for Bidun Rights as 4,000 ‘Foreigners’ Granted Citizenship (Amnesty International, March 2013) [text]

Reflections on Thailand (3): Is the Time Ripe for a Citizenship Campaign? (Statelessness Programme Blog, March 2013) [text]

Report on Statelessness in South Eastern Europe (UNHCR, Sept. 2011) [text]

Small Changes – Big Gains: An Action Plan to Prevent and Reduce Statelessness in the Kyrgyz Republic (UNHCR, 2010) [text]

Statelessness and Nationality in South Africa (Lawyers for Human Rights, March 2013) [text]

The Untold Dangers and Unfeasibility of a Global Registration of Stateless Persons: A Reply to Jay Milbrandt’s ‘Stateless’ (SSRN, March 2013) [text]


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