forced migration review podcasts

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FMR 35 In-house (dis)ability

In May 2007 UNHCR established an internal working group to look at developing in-house policies...

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FMR 35 Services and participation in Yemen

Assessing the needs of refugees and asylum seekers with disabilities has traditionally been much...

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FMR 35 Brokering the culture gap

Although refugees who enter the United States are encouraged to integrate into American life,...

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FMR 35 Resettlement for disabled refugees

Over the past few decades there have been some positive (albeit inconsistent) changes in US...

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FMR 35 Reception of asylum seekers with disabilities in Europe

With regard to the reception of asylum seekers in the European Union, provisions for the...

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FMR 44 Freedom of movement of Afghan refugees in Iran

Although legally justifiable, increasing restrictions on movement and work for refugees in Iran...

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FMR 44 Insights from the refugee response in Cameroon

The integration of Central African refugees into existing Cameroonian communities has had...

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FMR 44 UNHCR in Uganda: better than its reputation suggests

Mistrust and fear abound among Rwandan refugees in Uganda. The dearth of information available...

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FMR 44 Post-deportation monitoring: why, how and by whom?

The monitoring of refused asylum seekers post-deportation is critical to effective protection.

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FMR 44 Deportation of South Sudanese from Israel

Israel's aggressive campaign of arrest and deportation of South Sudanese asylum seekers...

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FMR 44 Assisted voluntary return schemes

While AVR is clearly preferable to deportation, NGOs and academics alike have criticised these...

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FMR 44 Shortcomings in assistance for deported Afghan youth

Programmes to assist deported Afghan youth to reintegrate on their return are failing miserably....

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FMR 44 No longer a child: from the UK to Afghanistan

Young Afghans forced to return to Kabul having spent formative years in the UK encounter...

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FMR 44 State reluctance to use alternatives to detention

States continue to show a marked reluctance to implement alternatives to immigration detention....

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FMR 44 Questions over alternatives to detention programmes

Alternative to detention programmes may be less restrictive and less expensive than formal...

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FMR 44 Flawed assessment process leads to under-use of alternatives in Sweden

Sweden is often held up as following 'best practice' in legislation with regard to detention and...

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FMR 44 Community detention in Australia: a more humane way forward

A group of Australian advocates lobbied successfully for the implementation of community...

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FMR 44 Alternatives to detention: open family units in Belgium

Preliminary outcomes of an alternative to detention programme in Belgium, based on case...

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FMR 44 New models for alternatives to detention in the US

While there is growing recognition of the value of community-based alternatives to detention in...

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