UNHCR's Policy Development and Evaluation Service is pleased to announce
the publication of the following new research papers, all of which cane
be accessed at:
No. 178. States of exception: securitisation and irregular migration in
the Mediterranean. Luca Miggiano. November 2009
No. 179. Refugee resettlement, family separation and Australia‚s
humanitarian programme. Brooke McDonald-Wilmsen and Sandra M. Gifford.
No. 180. The coping processes of adult refugees resettled in New
Zealand. Maïté Pahud, Ray Kirk, Jeffrey D Gage, Andrew R Hornblow.
No. 181. Climate change, disaster, displacement and migration: initial
evidence from Africa. Vikram Kolmannskog. December 2009
No. 182. Fleeing for love: asylum-seekers and sexual orientation in
Scandinavia. Petter Hojem. December 2990
No. 183. Anatomy of a Resolution: the General Assembly in UNHCR history.
Mike McBride. December 2009.
No. 184. A promised land for refugees?Asylum and migration in Israel.
Karin Fathimath Afeef. December 2009
No. 185. Creating humanitarian space: a case study of Somalia. Erik
Abild. December 2009
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