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New publications: 'Border-induced Displacement’; The Criminalization of Migration; Blog posts from the Odysseus Network; Humanitarian CTP and GBV Outcomes

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Dear all,  Just in case it is of interest to some of you, Martin Lemberg-Pedersen and I have just published the following:
'Border-induced Displacement: The Ethical and Legal Implications of Distance-creation through Externalisation' (2019) 56(1) Questions of International law 3-55
Available online:
http://www.qil-qdi.org/border-induced-displacement-the-ethical-and-legal-implications-of-distance-creation-through-externalization/ 
This piece in POLITICO adds further evidence to the materials referred to in our article regarding the EU-Libya / Italy-Libya cooperation:
https://www.politico.eu/article/europe-deadly-migration-strategy-leaked-documents/ 
All best wishes,
Violeta
Dr Violeta Moreno-Lax, Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Law
Founder, Immigration Law Programme, Queen Mary University of London
Co-Director, Centre for European and International Legal Affairs (CEILA)
Visiting Professor, College of Europe, EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies Programme
Queen Mary Law School, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, Tel. +44 (0)20 7882 7040

Dear FORCED-MIGRATION Subscribers, We would like to announce a new publication from McGill-Queen's University Press, which we hope will be of interest.
The Criminalization of Migration: Context and Consequences
Edited by Idil Atak & James C. Simeon
http://www.combinedacademic.co.uk/the-criminalization-of-migration
"While much has been written on crimmigration in various jurisdictions, such literature in the Canadian context remains limited. This collection of essays is impressive and topical, and features a number of prominent scholars and advocates in the field who speak to some of the most recent developments in Canada.”--Sasha Baglay, University of Ontario Institute of Technology
With over 240 million migrants in the world, including over 65 million forced migrants and refugees, states have turned to draconian measures to stem the flow of irregular migration, including the criminalization of migration itself. Canada, perceived as a nation of immigrants and touted as one of the most generous countries in the world today for its reception of refugees, has not been immune from these practices.  This book examines "crimmigration" – the criminalization of migration – from national and comparative perspectives, drawing attention to the increasing use of criminal law measures, public policies, and practices that stigmatize or diminish the rights of forced migrants and refugees within a dominant public discourse that not only stereotypes and criminalizes but marginalizes forced migrants. Leading researchers, legal scholars, and practitioners provide in-depth analyses of theoretical concerns, legal and public policy dimensions, historic migration crises, and the current dynamics and future prospects of crimmigration. The editors situate each chapter within the existing migration literature and outline a way forward for the decriminalization of migration through the vigorous promotion and advancement of human rights. Building on recent legal, policy, academic, and advocacy initiatives, The Criminalization of Migration maps how the predominant trend toward the criminalization of migration in Canada and abroad can be reversed for the benefit of all, especially those forced to migrate for the protection of their inherent human rights and dignity.
Idil Atak is associate professor of criminology at Ryerson University.
James C. Simeon is associate professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration at York University.
With all best wishes, Combined Academic Publishers

New Blog Posts from the Odysseus Network: 
'The border spell: Dublin arrangements or bilateral agreements? Reflections on the cooperation between Germany and Greece / Spain in the context of control at the German-Austrian border', by Constantin Hruschka, Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Munich
http://eumigrationlawblog.eu/the-border-spell-dublin-arrangements-or-bilateral-agreements-reflections-on-the-cooperation-between-germany-and-greece-spain-in-the-context-of-control-at-the-german-austrian-border/ 
'Understanding the ‘internal protection alternative’ (Part II)', by Jessica Schultz, Researcher, Chr. Michelsen Institute
http://eumigrationlawblog.eu/understanding-the-internal-protection-alternative-part-ii/ 

Dear FM list,
New report on Humanitarian Cash Transfer Programming and Gender-based Violence Outcomes: Evidence and Future Research Priorities
Online at http://www.cashlearning.org/resources/library/1271-humanitarian-cash-transfer-programming-and-gender-based-violence-outcomes-evidence-and-future-research-priorities  
Please let me know if you have any questions. 
Best wishes,
Tenzin Manell
WRCommission

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