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Interview – Gary Kent

Interview – Gary Kent

Secretary of the all-party parliamentary group on the Kurdistan region, Gary Kent, discusses the group, Iraq and the Kurdish independence referendum and its consequences.

Conflict and Migration in the Middle East: Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon

Conflict and Migration in the Middle East: Syrian Refugees in Jordan and Lebanon

The Syrian crisis has transformed Middle Eastern migration. New refugee camps has given a new dimension to the debate on the forms of refugee settlement.

From Narratives to Perceptions in the Securitisation of the Migratory Crisis in Europe

From Narratives to Perceptions in the Securitisation of the Migratory Crisis in Europe

The current migratory crisis has highlighted the handicaps of the EU’s common immigration, border and asylum policies and their growing securitisation.

Forced Migration and Security Threats to Syrian Refugee Women

Forced Migration and Security Threats to Syrian Refugee Women

When refugee women are empowered economically, socially and politically, they will have the ability to play a key role in preventing the spread of violence.

Observations on Migration in the Twenty-First Century: Where to from Here?

Observations on Migration in the Twenty-First Century: Where to from Here?

Migration is trapped in the triangle between controversial scholarly, popular and political debate, with decisions directly affecting the lives of thousands.

Containment Practices of Immobility in Greece

Containment Practices of Immobility in Greece

The narratives of crises, which have been employed since 2009, only grant moral legitimacy to Greece’s continued political, legal, and financial margin within Europe.

Solidarity Beyond the State in Europe’s Common European Asylum System

Solidarity Beyond the State in Europe’s Common European Asylum System

The development of Europe’s Common Asylum System has been based on a concept of solidarity which is predominantly state-centred. This approach has not served the EU well.

Australia’s Extraterritorial Asylum Policies and the Making of Transit Sites

Australia’s Extraterritorial Asylum Policies and the Making of Transit Sites

Despite the brevity of human rights legislation states are now implementing pre-emptive measures that effectively neutralise their obligations.

Interview – William Maley

Interview – William Maley

Prof. William Maley discusses responses to the refugee crisis, the effect of the state system on the crisis, Afghanistan’s future and his advice to young scholars.

Solidarities in Migration

Solidarities in Migration

Solidarity ties form and sometimes dissolve with new information and new urgencies. Every encounter counts. Everyone is needed.

Legal Responses to the EU Migrant Crisis: Too Little, Too Late?

Legal Responses to the EU Migrant Crisis: Too Little, Too Late?

To properly safeguard the rights of asylum claimants and refugees, regional courts should play a larger role in the adjudication of asylum decisions.

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