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(Fwd) For moderation - New Issues in Refugee Research

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Date:          Mon, 05 Jul 1999 12:52:11 +0200
Subject:       For moderation - New Issues in Refugee Research
From:          Susin Park <[log in to unmask]>
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This announcement has been cross-posted an a number of listservers. Apologies in advance for duplicates you might receive.

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New Issues in Refugee Research

UNHCR's Policy Research Unit is pleased to announce the launch of a series of working papers under the general title  New Issues in Refugee Research .  The papers provide a means of disseminating th
 preliminary results of research undertaken by UNHCR staff members, consultants, interns and associates.  The papers are available in hard copy and on the web at <http://www.unhcr.ch/refworld/pubs/p
bon.htm>. 

A list of published and forthcoming papers follows.  Please contact Elena Bovay ([log in to unmask]) for hard copies of the papers and Jeff Crisp ([log in to unmask]) for any other matter relating to the se
ies. 


Published papers (June 1999)

1. 	Globalization and the dynamics of international migration: implications for the refugee               regime 
	Sarah Collinson, ActionAid, London, UK, May 1999 

2.  	From resettlement to involuntary repatriation: towards a critical history of durable
           solutions  
	B. S. Chimni, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

3.	The evolution of US immigration and refugee policy: public opinion, domestic politics                and UNHCR  
	Michael J. McBride, Whittier College, Whittier, USA

4.	Rejected asylum seekers: the problem of return  
	Gregor Noll, University of Lund, Lund, Sweden

5.	The end of asylum? The changing nature of refugee policies in Africa  
	Bonaventure Rutinwa, Refugee Studies Programme, Oxford, UK

6.	Europe s response to the arrival of asylum seekers: refugee protection and                                 immigration control
	Jens Vedsted-Hansen, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, 	Denmark

7. 	Policy challenges of the new diasporas: migrant networks and their 
	impact on asylum flows and regimes  
	Jeff Crisp, UNHCR, Geneva, Switzerland

8. 	The humanitarian operation in Bosnia, 1992-95: the dilemmas of negotiating                              humanitarian access  
	Mark Cutts, UNHCR, Geneva, Switzerland

 9.	Angry young men in camps: gender, age and class relations amongst Burundian                         refugees in Tanzania
  	Simon Turner, International Development Studies, Roskilde, Denmark  

10.	Deflecting international protection by treaty: bilateral and multilateral accords on                       extradition, readmission and the inadmissibility of asylum requests
	Karin Landgren, UNICEF, New York, USA

11.        "Who has counted the refugees?" UNHCR and the politics of numbers
             Jeff Crisp, UNHCR, Geneva, Switzerland

12.	Changing opportunities: refugees and host communities in western Tanzania
	 Beth Elise Whitaker, University of North Carolina, USA 


Forthcoming papers

Partnerships in protection: an overview of emerging issues
Larry Minear, Humanitarianism and War Project, Providence RI, USA

Repatriation, reintegration and the development discourse
Joanna Macrae, Overseas Development Institute, London, UK 

Policies and programmes for elderly refugees
Stefan Sperl, School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK

Negotiating humanitarian access: the case of Angola
Anna Richardson, Luanda, Angola 

Negotiating humanitarian access: the case of Zaire/DRC
Anne-Sofie Nedlund, Geneva, Switzerland

Negotiating humanitarian access: the case of Sudan
Morwenna Banham, London, UK

Local integration of refugee populations: a historical review and agenda for research 
Karen Jacobsen, Tufts University, Boston, USA

Returning refugees or migrating villagers? Voluntary repatriation programmes in Africa reconsidered 
Oliver Bakewell, University of Bath, Bath, UK

Globalization, humanitarian action and the state in developing regions
David Moore, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia 

Changing patterns of war, peace and human displacement
Howard Adelman, York University, Toronto, Canada

Human trafficking, anti-trafficking measures and access to the asylum procedure
John Morrison, The Migration Consultancy, Eastbourne, UK

Forced migration and the evolving humanitarian regime
Susan Forbes Martin, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA

States and statelessness in South Asia
Imtiaz Ahmed, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

War economies and their implications for humanitarian and development actors
Mark Duffield, Birmingham University, UK




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