Dear List Members,

For your reference, the Forced Migration Discussion List has received announcements about the following new reports and publications:

Anti-Trafficking Review, no. 1 (June 2012)
- New periodical from the Global Alliance against Traffic in Women (GAATW).

Arrested Development: Colombian Youth in Panama (Women's Refugee Commission, July 2012)

Asylum Under Threat: Assessing the Protection of Somali Refugees in Dadaab Refugee Camps and along the Migration Corridor (Danish Refugee Council)

Climate Change, Vulnerability and Human Mobility: Perspectives of Refugees from the East and Horn of Africa (UNHCR & UNU-EHS, June 2012)

A Commentary on the June 2012 Sudan Operational Guidance Note (Still Human, Still Here, June 2012)

Fahamu Refugee Legal Aid Newsletter, no. 28 (July 2012)

Global Estimates 2011: People Displaced by Natural Hazard-Induced Disasters (Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, June 2012)

Human Trafficking in Mexico and Neighbouring Countries: A Review of Protection Approaches, New Issues in Refugee Research, no. 229 (UNHCR, June 2012)

Humanitarian Exchange, no. 54 (May 2012)

"A Liberal Theory of Asylum," Politics, Philosophy and Economics (Forthcoming)

Pledges 2011: Ministerial Intergovernmental Event on Refugees and Stateless Persons (UNHCR, 2012)

Revue Asylon(s), no. 9 (juin 2012)

Smuggling of Asylum-seekers and Criminal Justice, RLI Working Paper, no. 5 (Refugee Law Initiative, June 2012)

S.O.S. Europe: Human Rights and Migration Control (Amnesty International, June 2012)

"Supplement: A World of Refugees," Le Monde Diplomatique (June 2012)
- See five articles listed in the menu on the right.

Trafficking in Persons Report 2012 (U.S. Dept. of State, June 2012)

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