Keyword Archives: refugees
The Center for Migration and Refugee Studies (CMRS) teamed up with the Feinstein International Center, (FIC) Tufts University to conduct a three year research project on Sudanese refugees and migrants in Cairo and their transnational linkages with other Sudanese both in the Diaspora and in Sudan. Egypt being a country of first asylum for the Sudanese, Cairo was selected to undertake a case study on their transnational linkages.
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is concerned that there are significant numbers of Burmese living in Thailand who qualify for and deserve international protection and assistance even though they do not have access to proper registration processes. Without a transparent, humane and lawful asylum policy for Burmese people entering Thailand, it is impossible to estimate the percentage of bona fide refugees that are mixed into the group of migrants who have left Burma solely for other reasons.
By Karen Jacobsen, Helen Young and Abdalmonim Osman. In Contemporary Peacemaking. Palgrave Macmillan 2nd Edition. 2008.
By Lacey Gale. 2008. Journal of Refugee Studies, 21: 537-552.
By Lacey Gale. 2007. Anthropological Quarterly, Vol. 80 no.2: 355-379.
Karen Jacobsen, Guest Editor. Special Issue of Journal of Refugee Studies Vol. 9(3): 273-286. June 2006